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'The Lone Ranger' premiere: A long red carpet under a hot sun
'The Lone Ranger' premiere: A long red carpet under a hot sun

It was dubbed one of the longest red carpets ever by revelers at Saturday’s world premiere of “The Lone Ranger.” One passerby said it made the Academy Awards carpet feel short. Rolled out at Disney’s California Adventure, it was so long, in fact, that by the time guests made it to the end, they looked worn out. Tiny beads of sweat dotted Armie Hammer’s hairline as thousands of fans cheered him and other arrivals under the hot Anaheim sun. “The Lone Ranger” also unspools in staggering heat – in the desert landscapes of the great American West, where the film was shot. “It’s heartbreakingly beautiful,” says Barry Pepper, who...

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