It looks like we’re getting closer to getting Chris Pratt’s “Brentwoods” movie into production.
Pratt will play the Lone Rider, a Ranger who, with his trademark red jacket, takes on the evil villain.
The film is being written by Matt Reeves and Josh Trank, with a screenplay by David Fincher.
The Lone Ranger is a character created by David Bowie in his 1973 album Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.
Pratt’s name is an anagram of the name of a local hero, the outlaw, which was one of the reasons the character was named after the city he fought for in the song “Bidgewood.”
In an interview with MTV, Pratt said he was inspired to play the character because he “never really felt like I could be a character that had a real purpose or purpose for my life.
I just wanted to be a hero that was a part of that world.”
Pratt’s performance of the Lone Leader is also being portrayed by Mark Wahlberg.
He will play Captain James “Sarge” Sargeant, the chief of the Texas Rangers.
Pratt has starred in several movies in the past, including “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy.”