Kevin Costner learns ‘Yellowstone’ election results, discusses his own political views: ‘I’m disappointed’

‘Yellowstone’ is backand Kevin Costner’s character John Dutton are patiently awaiting the election results, as are millions of fans eager for the return of their favorite drama.

new season trailer taylor sheridan show Revealing the process by which Dutton was sworn in as governor, it only added influence to the seventh generation of ranchers and his dynasty, but alienated Dutton from his beloved ranch.

“His heart is on the ranch and he’s not trying to find compromises with people,” Costner told USA Today. The lanes he runs aren’t as vast as some would like, and he hasn’t changed.”

Audiences were so immersed in all things “Yellowstone” that Executive Producer Sheridan created spin-offs, “1883” and “1923,” due in December.

First look at Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren in ‘Yellowstone’ prequel ‘1923’

However, Costner’s on-screen persona may make him more concerned with public political forums than ever before.


“No, I see no reason for me to run,” he said before adding. “

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of ‘Field of Dreams’ star Refusing to choose one or the other, it has supported a wide range of candidates. He endorsed 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Pete Buttigieg and Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney.

An outspoken critic of former President Donald Trump, Cheney lost the primary in August and then Democrats during the midterm elections Trying to stop Trump’s allies from winning.

Costner, 67, has no regrets about endorsing the candidate.

“Just because you lost doesn’t mean it’s over. It doesn’t mean you’re wrong,” he said. She said, “It was very clear that[Cheney]probably wouldn’t win the election. I wanted to tell

Costner’s stance has drawn criticism, even from some of his “Yellowstone” fans.

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“I didn’t care how the cookies crumbled or that people who used to like me don’t like me now,” he said.

his A career spanning decades He has worked on some of the biggest movies in the industry, including ‘Dances With Wolves’ and ‘The Bodyguard’. He has also survived Hollywood catastrophes such as ‘Waterworld’. Costner doesn’t take the success of ‘Yellowstone’ for granted.

“I’m not naive. I know it’s the number one show,” he said. “I’m always happy when something is well received. I thought it was pretty good and some weren’t exactly hits. But it doesn’t depend on ratings. There’s an audience I just want to thank you for that.”

He admitted the show wasn’t a long-term pursuit at first, but he’s still on board.

“I was only going to do one season, but I did this much,” he said. “I do the best I can with what I do. But the moment it doesn’t feel right, I’m just going to walk away.”

An additional Yellowstone prequel, 1883, was released last year. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.

‘1923’ Premieres at Paramount+ December 18th.