In the meantime, here is the long-anticipated trailer for The Lone Ranger, due out in theaters July 2013:
Until another trailer is released supporting the opposite theory, it appears this will be anti-capitalist. The train symbolizes, as you have probably guessed, the "engine of the economy," and the wealth and power shown decadently throughout the trailer--the showgirls, the lavish saloon and train cars--is (probably) meant to, once again, stir up animosity between the classes, specifically, against the upper-class. The Native American Tonto (johnny Depp) has had numerous films leading up to his appearance: Moonrise Kingdom (they follow the Indian harvest trail), Oliver Stone's Savages, House At the End of the Street and even, to some degree, The Apparition in that Tonto might symbolize a return to a "simplified" form of life against the civilization the "iron horse" trains represent against Silver, the Lone Ranger's (natural) horse.
Until next July, we have more immediate concerns,...
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