Costner Addresses ‘Yellowstone’ Ending

( – After keeping fans waiting for any news concerning his widely popular series, Kevin Costner revealed he had a strong desire to end “Yellowstone” on an uplifting note rather than leaving it incomplete.

The saga surrounding “Yellowstone” has seen its fair share of trouble that transformed into a behind-the-scenes melodrama rivaling its on-screen narrative.

For almost two years, whispers of conflict between Costner and “Yellowstone” co-creator Taylor Sheridan have gone around, fueled by script delays, industry strikes, a dramatic divorce and legal threats.

The whole ordeal has left fans on the edge of their seats in expectation for the series, which is expected to come to an end starting this November.

Costner’s recent interview with Entertainment Tonight sheds light on his future involvement, leaving fans to wonder about his next move.

Costner shared:

“I’d like to be able to do it but we haven’t been able to … I thought I was going to make seven [seasons] but right now we’re at five. So how it works out — I hope it does — but they’ve got a lot of different shows going on. Maybe it will. Maybe this will circle back to me. If it does and I feel really comfortable with [it], I’d love to do it.”

When Costner mentions feeling “really comfortable,” it’s likely he is referring to a clause in his contract that ensures his character, John Dutton, would get a dignified exit.

However, this is a point of debate since it seems Costner has never liked his character.

“[Dutton] needs to be proactive in what happens and I’ve kind of had my own fantasy how [the character’s final arc] might be,” Costner added. “But that’s Taylor’s thing. I said as much to him a while back. I had thoughts how it could happen, but we just have to see.”

As the situation around “Yellowstone” resolves, Costner is channeling his energy into promoting his latest venture, “Horizon: An American Saga,” and going on to develop a film studio in Utah.

You can watch the trailer for “Horizon: An American Saga” here:

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