Armie Hammer describes working with Johnny Depp on 'The Lone Ranger' as a ''magical experience'' which involved hair braiding and talking until sunrise.
The pair star together in the forthcoming adventure movie - as the titular character and his sidekick, Native American spirit warrior Tonto, respectively - and the 'Social Network' star said they built up a ''magical'' friendship.
Asked how they bonded, Armie said: ''I braided his hair! That was so nice. We would stay up talking till the sunrise. It was the most magical experience.''
Shooting the western - which also stars Helena Bonham Carter, Tom Wilkinson, Barry Pepper and Harry Treadaway - led to a ''ton'' of injuries for the cast, so the actors looked forward to relaxing baths at the end of each day's filming.
Armie, 26, told E! News: ''There were tons of injuries. For me personally, just bumps and bruises and cuts and nicks and stuff like that. Nothing that a good Epsom salt bath wouldn't fix.''
He said: ''They both definitely wear a mask. There's no similarity in story, but in terms of a masked hero, a vigilante, those lines you can draw.''