Kevin Costner has broken the hearts of “Yellowstone” fans all across the world.
In a recent Instagram post, the 68-year-old said that he is looking forward to recording new songs soon but made no mention of the successful program.
“We’re coming up on the 3rd anniversary of our #TalesFromYellowstone album,” Costner wrote beside a picture of himself on stage carrying a guitar. The band and I had so much fun making and playing this project for you guys.”
“I’m in movie mode right now, but look forward to getting the band back together for more music soon!” he said.
He’s probably talking to “Horizon,” the Western that’s become his passion project.
While many of the responses on his social media post were favorable, with fans expressing that they can’t wait to see him back on stage and are excited for his forthcoming ventures, many were upset that Costner failed to mention his smash show “Yellowstone.”
One commenter praised the CD and wished the actor well with “Horizon,” but he also added a last remark.
“P.S. We obviously want John Dutton back just to finish our favorite show and honor him.” Please give it some thought.”
“Can you please return to Yellowstone mode?” another person asked.
“Please return to Yellowstone,” pleaded another visitor. “Best show, and you’re fantastic in it.” When it’s finished, I’ll have a small hole in my heart.”
Another commenter pleaded, “PLEASE Kevin, please find it in your heart to finish filming Season 5 episodes for your devoted fans.”
One admirer even sent Costner a guilt trip, saying, “Finish what you started with Yellowstone. You have a lot of disappointed fans waiting for the conclusion”
It was reported last month that the Costner-led Western would show the second half of its fifth and final season in November, followed by an untitled sequel series in December.
‘Yellowstone’ has been the cornerstone on which they created an entire universe of global hits – from ‘1883’ to ‘Tulsa King,’ and he is certain that their ‘Yellowstone’ sequel will be another big hit, thanks to Taylor Sheridan’s outstanding imaginative mind and their amazing casts who bring these shows to life, said Chris McCarthy, president and CEO of MTV Entertainment Studios, which produces the show.
The Dutton story keeps going, picking up where ‘Yellowstone’ leaves off in another epic tale, said David Glasser, CEO of 101, another company that produces the renowned series. They are pleased to take audiences throughout the globe on this exciting adventure.
Many people assume the next sequel will be a spinoff featuring Matthew McConaughey.
Details regarding the program are still scant, but during a recent interview on the “Lex Fridman Podcast,” McConaughey discussed the attractiveness of “Yellowstone.”
He admires its simplicity. One way to describe ‘Yellowstone’ and Costner’s role is, “What will men do to safeguard land and family in a world that is encroaching? he says.
When Fridman mentioned that the moral code doesn’t necessarily follow the law, McConaughey said that no, it’s above the law.
It’s a little bit of, ‘If the law ain’t handling this, I’m handling it,’ he added. Then it’s, ‘The law isn’t going to handle it, so I will.’ Then it’s “I’m handling this.” What is the law? When you get to them, talk to them. ‘I’ve got this.’
There has been no news on when the last episodes of “Yellowstone” will be shot.
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