Tag: Western

Donnie Yen to Star in Kung Fu Movie from 87North

After this year’s The Fall Guy, 87North is adapting another classic action TV show. Deadline reports that the burgeoning action studio is developing a movie version of Kung Fu, based on the 70s TV series starring David Carradine. In the new film, Donnie Yen will play Kwai Chang Caine, the lead ro...

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Horizon: An American Saga Teaser Stakes its Claim in the West

He may be leaving Yellowstone behind, but Kevin Costner isn’t hanging up his cowboy hat just yet. Today, Warner Bros. released a teaser for Horizon: An American Saga, an upcoming Western film directed by, co-written by, produced by, and starring the acclaimed Hollywood icon. Horizon: An American ...

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Butcher’s Crossing Trailer Brings Madness to the Wild West

The Old West is getting a dose of crazy as Sony Pictures Entertainment has released a trailer for the upcoming Western Butcher’s Crossing. Based on the novel of the same name by (a different) John Williams, Butcher’s Crossing follows a Harvard drop-out looking for adventure who joins a buffalo-...

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Lawmen: Bass Reeves Trailers Gunfights for Paramount+

Taylor Sheridan consolidates his hold over Paramount+ as the streaming service has released a trailer for the prolific TV producer’s next series, Lawmen: Bass Reeves. Based on a real historical figure, Lawmen: Bass Reeves follows the title character, a former slave who became the first black US M...

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Justified: City Primeval Trailer Pulls First

The hat is back. FX has released a trailer for Justified: City Primeval, the miniseries revival of Justified. Based on another book by Elmore Leonard, City Primeval catches up with Deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens fifteen years after he left Harlan County, Kentucky. This time, Raylan finds himself in...

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James Marsden Disappointed With Westworld Cancellation

Actor James Marsden recently spoke with Rolling Stone and discussed the cancellation of HBO Max’s Westworld. Although the show started strong and ran for four seasons, it was canceled ahead of season 5 due to declining ratings and changes in management. Check out Marsden’s statement here...

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