“Yellowstone” is backAnd Kevin Costner’s character, John Dutton, is patiently awaiting the election results, just as millions of fans eagerly await the return of their favorite drama.
A trailer for the new season of taylor sheridan-show Dutton was sworn in as governor, only to add more influence to the seventh-generation rancher and his descendants, but kept Dutton away from his beloved ranch.
“I know how hard it’s going to be on him,” Costner told USA Today. “His heart is in the ranch, not trying to find a middle ground with people. That’s going to be problematic. He has an alleyway he operates in, it’s not as wide as some would like. And He won’t change.”
Viewers have immersed themselves so much in “Yellowstone” that executive producer Sheridan created spinoffs of “1883” and “1923,” ending in December.
Costner’s on-screen persona may have a greater interest in the public political platform, though more than ever.
“No, I don’t think there’s a reason for me to run,” he continued, “though I wish the people who ran had a bigger perspective and more morals about how they see the country developing. I ‘m disappointed.”
“Field of Dreams” Star declined to choose a side, and has supported a broad spectrum of candidates. He also endorsed 2020 presidential Democratic nominee Pete Buttigieg and Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney.
Cheney, an outspoken critic of former President Donald Trump, lost the August primary election and campaigned again Democrats during the midterm In an effort to prevent any Trump ally from winning.
Costner, 67, has no regrets endorsing any candidate.
“Just because you lost doesn’t mean you did, it doesn’t mean you’re wrong either,” he said. “I was clear that (Cheney) probably wasn’t going to win her election. But I wanted to tell her, as a citizen, how much I appreciated her brave, clear-headed stance.”
Costner’s stance was also criticized by some of his “Yellowstone” fans.
“I didn’t really care how the cookie crumble, that the people who liked me didn’t like me anymore,” he said. “Ok.”
His decades long career This includes working in some of the biggest films in the industry, including “Dance with Wolves” and “The Bodyguard”. He has also foreshadowed major Hollywood disasters like “Waterworld”. Costner doesn’t take the success of “Yellowstone” lightly.
“I’m not gullible; I know this is the No. 1 show,” he said. “You’re always happy when something is well received. I have things that I think were great that weren’t hits at all. But you can’t be driven by ratings; you just appreciate That’s an audience.”
He admitted that the show was not initially a long-term pursuit, but he is still on the ride.
“I was only going to do one season, but I’ve done it a lot,” he said. “I give my all to what I do. But the moment I feel like it’s not right, I just walk away.”
An additional “Yellowstone” prequel, “1883,” was released last year, starring team mcgraw and Faith Hill.
“1923” premiered at Paramount+. will be on on 18 December.