By Sally Garcia, EnStarz | Jul 12, 2012 11:06 PM EDT
Disney unveiled the first trailer of its upcoming movie "The Lone Ranger," on Thursday at the Comic-Con International convention in San Diego, but the trailer is not yet available online, the studios said.
The trailer featured "a speeding locomotive hurtling down a track through an arid landscape of the Old West," reported the Los Angeles Times.
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According to the paper, Johnny Depp who stars as Native American spirit warrior Tonto and Armie Hammer as his partner John Reid appeared in their costumes riding horses.
At one point, Depp hangs beneath a moving train to uncouple one of the cars.
“There come a time, Kemosabe … when good man must wear mask," Depp is heard saying, according to Entertainment Weekly.
But all the reporters that watched the trailer agreed that it was difficult to learn the plot of the film from the footage.
The movie is still in production in New Mexico and is expected to debut in July 2013
It's being directed by Gore Verbinski and stars Tom Wilkinson, Barry Pepper, James Badge Dale, William Fichtner among others. The film tells the story of Tonto and Reid as the two unlikely heroes must learn to work together and fight against greed and corruption.
Disney also promoted its films "Frankenweenie," directed by Tim Burton, "Oz: The Great and Powerful," by Sam Raimi and videogame toon "Wreck-It Ralph."
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