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01.09.2022 - 23:17 / deadline.com
EXCLUSIVE: Sebastian Roché (The Young Pope, The Man In The High Castle) has joined the cast of the Paramount+ series 1923, the Yellowstone prequel spinoff from Taylor Sheridan, in a recurring role. Details regarding his character remain under wraps.
Roché joins previously announced leads Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford. Production is currently underway in Montana and is expected to premiere in December.
The new installment will introduce a new generation of the Dutton family and explore the early twentieth century when pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition, and the Great Depression all plague the mountain west, and the Duttons who call it home.
The Dutton family’s saga began with Yellowstone, led by Kevin Costner in the role of John Dutton, returning with its fifth season on November 13. The series follows the drama involving the family and local residents of their Montana ranch, Yellowstone Dutton Ranch, which borders the Broken Rock Indian Reservation. Gil Birmingham, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Danny Huston, and Cole Hauser also star.
Following the success of Yellowstone, Sheridan released the first prequel 1883, focusing on how the Duttons came to own the land that would later house their ranch. The cast includes Sam Elliott, Tim McGraw, and Faith Hill.
1932 is produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, 101 Studios, and Bosque Ranch Productions.
Roché most recently starred in ABC’s Big Sky as Sheriff John Wagy as part of the Season 1 cast. Prior credits also include HBO’s The Young Pope opposite Jude Law; Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle; the CW’s Batwoman; as well as National Geographic’s award-winning Genius series for Season 2 which focused on Pablo Picasso.
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Olivia Wilde is looking stunning on the red carpet!
EXCLUSIVE: Robert Patrick (Terminator, Sons of Anarchy) has joined the cast of 1923, the Paramount+ series led by Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren. He portrays Sheriff William McDowell, a friend of the Dutton family.
Brandon Sklenar (The Offer, Westworld) has joined the cast of the Paramount+ series 1923, the Yellowstone prequel spinoff from Taylor Sheridan. He will portray Spencer Dutton, Jacob Dutton’s (Harrison Ford) nephew, and John Dutton Sr.’s (James Badge Dale) brother, who has witnessed the horrors of World War I.
Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor In today’s podcast news roundup, Katy Perry’s retrospective about Elizabeth Taylor as “the original influencer” is set to hit next month; Remi Adeleke gets a two-series podcast deal with Tenderfoot TV; John Allen (aka MrBallen) hires Nick Witters as CEO of Ballen Studios and signs with UTA; and more. “Elizabeth the First,” a 10-episode podcast series narrated by Katy Perry, will premiere on Monday, Oct. 3. The series comes from Imperative Entertainment, House of Taylor, which oversees the late actor’s estate, and Perry’s Kitty Purry Productions. “Elizabeth the First” will be available on all major podcast platforms and the Imperative Entertainment Premium Channel on Apple Podcast Subscriptions. Originally, it was slated to debut this spring.)
Joe Otterson TV Reporter The “Yellowstone” prequel series “1923” at Paramount+ has added Brandon Sklenar to the cast, Variety has learned. Sklenar is the latest addition the cast of the series, joining previously announced cast members Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren as well as Darren Mann, Michelle Randolph, James Badge Dale, Marley Shelton, Brian Geraghty, Aminah Nieves, and Julia Schlaepfer. Per the official description of the series, it will “introduce a new generation of the Dutton family and explore the early twentieth century when pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition, and the Great Depression all plague the mountain west, and the Duttons who call it home.”
$1 billion worldwide and earned 12 Oscar nominations, with Phoenix winning his first Oscar for his performance as struggling comedian Arthur Fleck, aka The Joker.“Folie a Deux” roughly translates to “shared madness,” which may be a comment on how the Joker tapped into the boiling rage of Gotham City over its growing inequality, leading to the original film’s dramatic climax in which Batman’s future arch nemesis dances on top of a police car as a rioting crowd cheers him on.While specific plot details haven’t been unveiled, much of the film is expected to take place within Arkham Asylum after Phoenix’s Arthur Fleck has been sent there following the events of the prior film, and it is even expected to have musical elements throughout.Lofland first broke out opposite Matthew McConaughey and Tye Sheridan in the 2013’s “Mud.” Lofland also played Aris in the “Maze Runner” franchise.
Lots of celebs stepped out to celebrate their Emmy nominations while kicking off awards weekend!
Anna Marie de la Fuente Barcelona-based Film Factory Entertainment has picked up world sales rights to “El Otro Hijo,” the feature debut of Colombia’s Juan Sebastián Quebrada. The Evidencia Films production adds to the growing list of Colombian pickups by Film Factory, including last year’s sweeping Premios Platino winner, “Memories of My Father” (“El Olvido que Seremos”) by Fernando Trueba. and Laura Mora’s “Kings of the World,”which competes at the upcoming San Sebastian Film Festival and is part of Toronto’s Industry Select section. “Film Factory is excited to be on board; Colombian cinema is very strong and we are eager to discover new talents from the country. We believe we found one in Juan Sebastián Quebrada,” Film Factory’s Vicente Canales told Variety.
Paramount+ has announced additional actors, who will be joining Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren in Taylor Sheridan’s “1923,” the latest “Yellowstone” prequel from series mastermind Taylor Sheridan. Joining Ford and Mirren in the new show are Darren Mann, Michelle Randolph, James Badge Dale, Marley Shelton, Brian Geraghty, Aminah Nieves and Julia Schlaepfer.“1923” follows “1883,” the most-watched Paramount+ title ever globally, according to Paramount.
The Dutton family is expanding with the addition of James Badge Dale (Hightown, 24), Darren Mann (Animal Kingdom, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), and Marley Shelton (Never Been Kissed, Rise) to the Paramount+ spinoff .
When you think of Taylor Sheridan, you think of good ol’ boy drama like “Yellowstone.” And while the filmmaker is busy as hell working on all things “Yellowstone” (he has something like 45 spinoffs in the works, right?), he’s also making time to work with Sylvester Stallone on a fish-out-of-water mafia series, “Tulsa King.” READ MORE: ‘Yellowstone’ Season 5 Teaser Trailer: All Will Be Revealed November 13 As seen in the new teaser for “Tulsa King,” Sylvester Stallone stars as a former mafia capo who finds himself sent to Tulsa to help set up a new stronghold in the Oklahoma city.
The Paramount+ series has added three Taylor Sheridan-verse vets for Season 1: Dave Annable (Yellowstone, Walker), LaMonica Garrett (1883, The Terminal List), and James Jordan (Yellowstone, Mayor of Kingstown)
Joe Otterson TV Reporter Taylor Sheridan’s upcoming CIA drama series “Lioness” at Paramount+ has added three new actors to its cast, Variety has learned exclusively. James Jordan, LaMonica Garrett, and Dave Annable have all joined the show. All three have previously worked with Sheridan — Jordan and Annable on the hit Paramount Network series “Yellowstone” and Garrett in the “Yellowstone” prequel series “1883.” Jordan also appeared in “1883” as well as Sheridan’s Paramount+ series “Mayor of Kingstown” and in his features “Wind River” and “Those Who Wish Me Dead.” The three join previously announced cast members Zoe Saldaña and Laysla De Oliveira.
The teenage son of late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins stepped behind the set on Saturday night to honor his father — and it gave fans in attendance at the band’s show an incredibly emotional moment.
The Wonder is Gothic without the architecture. Set in rural central Ireland in the wake of the Great Famine of the mid-1800s, director Sebastian Lelio’s adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s 2016 novel methodically moves the chess pieces around in telling the tale of an 11-year-old girl who has locals mystified as to what God is intending by letting her survive for four months without eating. Atmospheric and intriguing up to a point, it nonetheless feels like much ado about a mildly curious situation that’s been milked for rather more than it’s worth.
More interesting news for "Yellowstone" fans. Actress Q'orianka Kilcher will be returning to season five of the Paramount+ show, resuming her role as Angela Blue Thunder, according to Deadline. Viewers haven't seen Kilcher since season three.
Kevin Costner has been portraying cowboy John Dutton for many years as he continues his fight to protect the family home of the Yellowstone Ranch in Montana. When he isn't protecting his land, John is looking out for those who need his help the most. In season four, this turned out to be Summer Higgins (played by Piper Perabo), John's latest love interest - but who is he married to in real life?WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Yellowstone. John finds himself getting involved with protestor Summer Higgins, a very vocal woman who challenges his beliefs.
emotional performance below. Taylor Hawkins' 16-year-old son, Shane, does his father proud as he sits behind the kit for @FooFighters' performance of "My Hero."#FooFighters #TaylorHawkinsTributepic.twitter.com/PU705CpO2RThroughout the night, Foo Fighters brought out a slew of musical guests who all played special tribute to Hawkins, including a rotating assortment of drummers each performing various Foo Fighters songs, including Travis Barker and yet another teenager, Nandi Bushell, who famously challenged (and beat) Dave Grohl in a viral drum-off.
Yellowstone season five will welcome back another familiar face – Q’Orianka Kilcher!
EXCLUSIVE: Q’orianka Kilcher is set to return as powerhouse attorney Angela Blue Thunder in Season 5 of when it premieres on November 13, Deadline has learned. Season 5 is set to premiere on November 13.