Producer: Time flies on Lone Ranger

Jerry Bruckheimer has revealed that shooting The Lone Ranger has been "incredible".

Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer and Tom Wilkinson star in Gore Verbinski's big-screen adaptation of the classic TV series.

The producer wrote an update on his blog, saying that the filming is reaching an end: "Almost done with filming of The Lone Ranger. 125 days of shooting seemed to fly by."

He admitted it hadn't always been an easy shoot.

"We dealt with winds up to 70 mph, rain, snow, and even wildfires but nothing has stopped us from filming this incredible movie," he wrote.

"The cast has been absolutely amazing and we could not have asked for a better crew. Everyone has been extremely dedicated in making this film a major success. We have a few more filming days back in California and then post-production goes into high gear."

Jerry - who also shared some photos from the New Mexico, Utah, Colorado and Arizona sets - added: "Before we know it, it will be July 3, 2013 and we can't wait to share this incredible film with everyone."

The Lone Ranger will be released in UK cinemas on July 5, 2013.