A crew-member has died while filming Johny Depp's up-coming adaptation of The Lone Ranger.
Few details have been released, but according to TMZ, a member of the crew was taken ill after preparing a diving tank.
"We're told someone on the crew called 911 to report a medical emergency," TMZ explained."…and when responders arrived to the scene the man was in full cardiac arrest. He was helicoptered to a nearby hospital, but EMTs were unable to restart his heart on the flight. Law enforcement sources tell us he was pronounced dead at the hospital,"
Disney later confirmed the news with a statement of their own.
"We regretfully confirm that a Lone Ranger crew member has passed away after being taken to a local hospital. Our hearts and thoughts are with his family, friends, and colleagues at this time, and our full support is behind the investigation into the circumstances of this terrible event."
The Lone Ranger is being directed by Depp's other key collaborator, Gore Verbinski. The pair worked together on the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, as well as the quirky CGI animated comedy, Rango.
Armie Hammer, who played the Winkelvoss twins in The Social Network, takes on the titular role.