Where did the Indian Tonto, handy main character in "Lone Ranger", took a crow on his head? On the origin of their makeup in the film Gore Verbinski Johnny Depp told the publication Entertainment Weekly.
For Johnny is no stranger himself to think for his hero makeup. When the actor confirmed the role of Jack Sparrow, Depp has completely changed the character. According to the script was originally the captain sober and positive guy, nothing like an unstable profligate with his eyes circled in the "Pirates of the Caribbean." Images of heroes Johnny in the movie "Edward Scissorhands," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "Alice in Wonderland" is also not without its participation.
In the "Lone Ranger" Johnny Depp plays the Indian Tonto, who, judging by the first pictures is not similar to his predecessor from the series of the fifties. In the face bleached actor spread out the black bars, and head crowned effigy of a crow.
"I saw a picture of the artist Kirby Sattler, looked at the face of a warrior and I thought that's what we need - says Depp. - His face painted stripes is as if the different facets of his personality. " The actor explains that section divided by the face, as it seems, is the different sides of the emotional life of man. "There is a quarter-wise, exhausted, angry and violent, and very understanding and unique. It's as if the division of the brain. Make up picture inspired me. "
As for the crow, the Depp explains it thus: "It so happened that Sattler wrote a bird, flying right behind the head of a warrior. It seemed to me that she was sitting on his head. And I thought, at the Tonto on the head is a bird. As a sort of spiritual mentor. For all he seems to be dead, but not for Tonto. For him, the raven is even alive".Â
The picture shows a soldier Sattler Crow, while Tonto, in fact, refers to the Comanche tribe. At the very same Depp's blood flowing in the veins of Cherokee Indians and the cries, so that his Tonto in the movie will not belong to any particular tribe.
Recently on the set of pictures, and Depp in the role of Ranger Armie Hammer met with the leaders of the Navajo Nation, who warmly praised the work of Johnny and pledged their support.