Apparently Yellowstone’s Kevin Costner Has Bigger Plans For His Upcoming Western Story Than We Thought


Back in 1990, Yellowstone star Kevin Costner, best known at the time for movies like The Untouchables and Field of Dreams, made his directorial debut with Dances with Wolves, which he also starred in. The actor later helmed 1997’s The Postman and 2003’s Open Range, and January brought word that Costner would be returning to the director’s chair for a Western called Horizon. However, now Costner has revealed that he has much bigger plans for this story than we thought that see it not only spread out over multiple installments, but within a pretty short timeframe and likely on the small screen rather than in a theatrical setting.

Horizon is set to go into production at the end of August, and while visiting London to do press for Paramount+’s U.K. launch, Kevin Costner informed Variety that this project, which has been set up at Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema, is being “planned as four movies,” and “about every three months, they’ll come out.” The actor, who plays John Dutton in Yellowstone, laid it out as follows:

They’re all different films that all connect, so you’re watching a saga of these storylines that are happening.


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