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‘Horizon’ Actor Michael Rooker Defends Kevin Costner’s Film After Dismal Box Office Debut: ‘Get Over That Crap’ TikTok and ‘Learn How to Watch Real Cinema’ - variety.com
variety.com
13.07.2024 / 00:47

‘Horizon’ Actor Michael Rooker Defends Kevin Costner’s Film After Dismal Box Office Debut: ‘Get Over That Crap’ TikTok and ‘Learn How to Watch Real Cinema’

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Kevin Costner‘s “Horizon” franchise got off to a dismal start at the box office, with the first of four-planned movies debuting to just $11 million at the domestic box office. Michael Rooker, the “Guardians of the Galaxy” favorite who stars in the Western epic as Sgt. Major Thomas Riordan, caught up with TMZ after the film’s lackluster opening weekend and urged moviegoers to quit TikTok and give “real cinema” a chance.

‘Horizon’: New Line & Kevin Costner Decide To Pull ‘Chapter 2’ Off The Release Schedule - theplaylist.net - USA
theplaylist.net
12.07.2024 / 23:28

‘Horizon’: New Line & Kevin Costner Decide To Pull ‘Chapter 2’ Off The Release Schedule

Well, that didn’t last long. After spending weeks talking about how his new film “Horizon” had to be seen on the big screen, it appears Kevin Costner is feeling the heat of a big bomb and changing course.  READ MORE: ‘Horizon: An American Saga’ Review: Kevin Costner’s Sprawling Western With No End In Sight [Cannes] According to THR, Kevin Costner and New Line have come to the decision to pull “Horizon: Chapter 2” from its August release date.

Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon 2’ no longer has a release date after ‘One’ was a huge box office flop - nypost.com
nypost.com
12.07.2024 / 20:58

Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon 2’ no longer has a release date after ‘One’ was a huge box office flop

Costner’s ambitious new Western that hit theaters last month and flopped big-time at the box office, has been scrapped from the August schedule. The followup, which the former “Yellowstone” star wrote, directed and appears in, is now undated.“Chapter Two” was supposed to come out August 16, just weeks after the first part, but critics loathed “Chapter One,” a Civil War-era epic that had a splashy premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.In a one-star review, The Post called the $100 million flick, which Costner spent some $38 million of his own money to make, “an embarrassing, poorly told mess.”The review went on: “I could not fathom committing another 540 minutes of my time to this bloated ego trip.”Audiences have not been much more generous.

Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ co-star defends box office disaster: ‘Get over that sh-t’ - nypost.com - USA
nypost.com
12.07.2024 / 16:02

Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ co-star defends box office disaster: ‘Get over that sh-t’

Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1” co-stars defended the film after it flopped at the box office. Michael Rooker told TMZ on Monday that audiences should see the three-hour movie — the first of a four-part series — because it is “real cinema.”“We ain’t used to that sh-t,” said Rooker, 69. “We’re used to 90-minute movies, everything’s 90 minutes.

Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ is a giant box office disaster — and he mortgaged his land to pay for it - nypost.com - USA - Santa Barbara
nypost.com
12.07.2024 / 15:11

Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ is a giant box office disaster — and he mortgaged his land to pay for it

Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1,” the Western movie Kevin Costner directed, co-wrote and stars in, tanked at the box office last weekend, grossing a paltry $11 million.More alarming is that the three-hour film, which the former “Yellowstone” star reportedly put $38 million of his own money into, is the first of a four-part series. The second entry hits theaters quickly in August, and the third is currently filming. According to Vanity Fair, Costner, 69, plans to devote $100 million of his own cash to the ambitious effort.“I’ve mortgaged 10 acres on the water in Santa Barbara where I was going to build my last house,” Costner told Deadline.

Kevin Costner reveals he had kidney stones, was on morphine filming ‘Hidden Figures’ - nypost.com
nypost.com
30.06.2024 / 18:15

Kevin Costner reveals he had kidney stones, was on morphine filming ‘Hidden Figures’

“Hidden Figures.”The Oscar winner, 69, revealed in a new interview that he was on a morphine drip after he developed kidney stones while filming the 2016 drama film.“Ive never worked drunk on a set. I’ve never worked high on a set, but I was on morphine the last two weeks that I worked on [‘Hidden Figures’],” he recalled to PEOPLE. “I had kidney stones, and I worked 10 days under an [IV] drip.

Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ Scores Franchise-Best $53 Million Debut, Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ Misfires With $11 Million - variety.com - USA - New York
variety.com
30.06.2024 / 15:21

Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ Scores Franchise-Best $53 Million Debut, Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ Misfires With $11 Million

Rebecca Rubin Senior Film and Media Reporter “A Quiet Place: Day One” is making noise at the box office, collecting a roaring $53 million in its domestic opening weekend. It added $45.5 million internationally for a global tally of $98.5 million Those ticket sales are especially impressive because spinoff stories usually don’t bring in as much business as direct sequels. Yet “A Quiet Place: Day One” — a prequel story in Paramount’s post-apocalyptic horror series — landed the biggest debut in the franchise, exceeding the original 2018 “A Quiet Place,” ($50 million to start) and the 2021 sequel, “A Quiet Place Part II” (a $48 million debut during COVID).

Kevin Costner was on morphine drip, had kidney stones while filming 'Hidden Figures': 'I wanted to cry' - www.foxnews.com
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30.06.2024 / 01:29

Kevin Costner was on morphine drip, had kidney stones while filming 'Hidden Figures': 'I wanted to cry'

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The Ho-Hum Box Office of Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ Carries a Message: Don’t Turn Movies Into Television - variety.com - USA - Hollywood
variety.com
29.06.2024 / 19:41

The Ho-Hum Box Office of Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ Carries a Message: Don’t Turn Movies Into Television

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic It’s an old saw in Hollywood that you shouldn’t put your own money into a movie. But I’ve always had a powerful respect for anyone who does. Clearly, it’s a sign of their commitment — that they care enough about what they’re doing to have some skin in the game.

‘Yellowstone’ Alum Kevin Costner On Wanting ‘Horizon’ To Succeed At Box Office: “My Ego Would Like That” - deadline.com - USA
deadline.com
28.06.2024 / 23:55

‘Yellowstone’ Alum Kevin Costner On Wanting ‘Horizon’ To Succeed At Box Office: “My Ego Would Like That”

Kevin Costner is weighing in on the pressure he feels for Horizon: An American Saga to do well at the box office.

Kevin Costner is very aware he only makes ‘movies for men’ - nypost.com - USA - Houston
nypost.com
28.06.2024 / 19:05

Kevin Costner is very aware he only makes ‘movies for men’

“Horizon: An American Saga.” “I make movies for men. That’s what I do,” Costner remarked on the June 27 episode of “Happy Sad Confused.” “But I won’t make a movie unless I have strong women characters, and that’s how I’ve conducted my career. I think that’s why I have a good following,” he added.

Inside Kevin Costner’s Big Gamble as His Self-Financed Western Epic ‘Horizon’ Opens - variety.com - USA - Hollywood - Santa Barbara
variety.com
28.06.2024 / 18:53

Inside Kevin Costner’s Big Gamble as His Self-Financed Western Epic ‘Horizon’ Opens

Matt Donnelly Senior Film Writer A covered wagon’s worth of ink has been spilled in recent weeks on “Horizon: An American Saga,” the potentially ruinous three-hour dice roll that writer, producer, director and star Kevin Costner makes this weekend when the first of four planned films about the American West opens in theaters. You’ve probably heard that the films — long-gestating passion projects from a movie icon who in recent years reclaimed his cultural relevance with the hit series “Yellowstone” – are pricey. The first cost $100 million to produce and will be followed only weeks later by its sequel.

‘Yellowstone’ cast shares Season 5 set photos after Kevin Costner’s official exit - nypost.com - Texas - Montana
nypost.com
28.06.2024 / 15:03

‘Yellowstone’ cast shares Season 5 set photos after Kevin Costner’s official exit

“Yellowstone” is back on set for the final episodes of the hit Paramount+ series.While Kevin Costner won’t return to Dutton Ranch, Instagram updates from Ryan Bingham, Jen Landon, Cole Hauser, Ian Bohen and Forrie J. Smith confirm production is in full swing. Hauser, 49, has played ranch hand Rip Wheeler since the show’s debut in 2018.

Kevin Costner hits back at “delicate” critics of his new film over Native American representation - www.nme.com - USA - India
nme.com
28.06.2024 / 13:57

Kevin Costner hits back at “delicate” critics of his new film over Native American representation

Kevin Costner has hit back at critics who have complained about the representation of Native Americans in his new film Horizon: An American Saga.The movie is the first of four planned chapters, which tells a number of stories over the course of 12 years in the American West. But some critics have noted that the beginning of the film appears to perpetuate certain stereotypes about Indigenous people, initially representing them as brutal “savages” who attack the white townsfolk.However, as the film progresses, it delves deeper into the lives of the Native characters and the struggles imposed upon them by the white settlers.In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Costner, who stars in, directs and co-writes the western epic, expressed his frustration with the critics who have been too impatient to see how the story unfolds.“I’m just so tired of everybody trying to be so delicate about things,” he said.

Kevin Costner gets testy with Gayle King’s relentless ‘Yellowstone’ questions: ‘This isn’t therapy’ - nypost.com
nypost.com
27.06.2024 / 22:09

Kevin Costner gets testy with Gayle King’s relentless ‘Yellowstone’ questions: ‘This isn’t therapy’

his official “Yellowstone” departure in a sit-down interview — and he wasn’t happy.Speculation has swirled of friction between Costner and the show’s creator, Taylor Sheridan, since rumors of the actor’s exit surfaced in May 2023. A year later, Costner officially confirmed on June 21 that he wasn’t returning to the Paramount+ series.

Kevin Costner: ‘I Make Movies for Men. That’s What I Do,’ but My Strong Female Characters Are ‘Why I Have a Good Following’ - variety.com - USA
variety.com
27.06.2024 / 21:09

Kevin Costner: ‘I Make Movies for Men. That’s What I Do,’ but My Strong Female Characters Are ‘Why I Have a Good Following’

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Kevin Costner recently joined his “Horizon: An American Saga” cast for a live recording of the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast, and he said his planned four-movie saga differs from many Western films that have come before in that its female characters “drive the story in every plot line.” Costner, who co-wrote the franchise with Jon Baird, said he “couldn’t conceive of a scene that didn’t involve a woman” while shaping the story. “Horizon” chronicles the journey of several characters during and after the Civil War as they settle the American West. Kevin Costner stars in the film opposite a sprawling ensemble cast, which includes Sienna Miller, Jena Malone, Isabelle Fuhrman, Abbey Lee and Ella Hunt.

‘Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1’ review: Kevin Costner quit ‘Yellowstone’ for this?! - nypost.com - USA - county Valley - Montana - Santa Fe
nypost.com
26.06.2024 / 23:55

‘Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1’ review: Kevin Costner quit ‘Yellowstone’ for this?!

Kevin Costner made a bold choice. He departed the most popular TV show in the country and decided to tell the sweeping story of American Western expansion in four interconnected films before anybody knew if the first one was any good. Well, by the end of “Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1,” which clocks in at more than three glacial hours, I could not fathom committing another 540 minutes of my time to this bloated ego trip.

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