Disney Studios ‘Lone Ranger’ casting Mexicans and Native Americans in Los Angeles

Disney Lone Ranger Los Angeles Casting Call

Disney‘s “Lone Ranger” will hit theaters on July 3, 2013.
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures action Western film “Lone Ranger” is now filming in the Los Angeles area, after completing principal photography in New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. The extras casting director is seeking Mexican and Native American Women, Children, and elderly Men to work on the film as fully paid featured background performers. The scenes to be filmed will recreate an 1800’s Comanche village. The exact shooting dates have not been determined yet, but are highly likely to be in mid-late September, 2012.

Disney film ‘Lone Ranger’ seeking Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American, Asian men

Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Walt Disney Pictures are set to begin principal photography on the star studded feature film “The Lone Ranger” on February 3, 2012. Shooting will take place in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and other areas of New Mexico through July 20, 2012. The film’s remaining supporting players are still being cast in Los Angeles, and smaller speaking roles, extras, stand-ins, and photo-doubles for the film’s stars are being cast in New Mexico throughout filming. The casting director is seeking Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American, Asian men to work as extras.