Kevin Costner, Star of “Yellowstone”, Has Another Western Project in the Works


YellowstoneKevin Costner, the Oscar-winner, has already set his next project. The Oscar-winner, Kevin Costner, will be returning to the director’s seat for the first times since 2003. Open RangeTo make his latest passion project. Horizon. DeadlineAccording to reports, casting will start next month with the goal of shooting in Utah in August. Costner will direct, finance, and produce the movie through Territory Pictures.

Costner’s career has been based largely on westerns. HorizonIt will continue in the same tradition and cover a “15-year span of pre-and post-Civil War expansion and settlement of the American West.”After making a name, he now directs the awards. Dances with WolvesCostner wants to continue this storytelling tradition. 

“America’s expansion into the west was one that was fraught with peril and intrigue from the natural elements, to the interactions with the indigenous peoples who lived on the land, and the determination and at many times ruthlessness of those who sought to settle it,”Costner spoke Deadline. “Horizon tells the story of that journey in an honest and forthcoming way, highlighting the points of view and consequences of the characters’ life and death decisions.”

He was last seen in the fourth series of YellowstoneIt was a lucrative venture that he did, and it paid off. Costner signed up when he first joined. YellowstoneAccording to reports, he was earning $500,000 an episode for Season 1. That number has increased exponentially due to the show’s popularity and re-negotiated. For Season 4, he reportedly renegotiated and was paid $1.2 million per episode. This figure is expected to rise for Season 5 as well. Costner will also be eligible for an overhead agreement in return for his negotiations of future seasons. 

The following are some examples YellowstoneCostner speaks with Costner about’s 2018 premiere Deadline About what attracted him to the series. He shared that he was first drawn to the series by the fact that the script would be shot in the Bitterroot Valley. “enough to catch my interest.”He stated that he is able to identify the right project for him, and Yellowstone had everything that he needed. Costner stated that “it has to entertain, you have to be able to see yourself in it. Can people gather around this idea, then can your idea pivot off that? Yellowstone was a perfect marriage.”He teased the show, which fans love and know today, by saying that it “is not some kind of fiction… While the American west is disappearing, the DNA of the characters has a level of unpredictablilty, of danger.”