New Historical On 1883 Season 2 Renewed & Will

1883 season 2 has officially been renewed and will now focus on the legendary lawman Bass Reeves. The Yellowstone prequel series’ first season followed James Dutton (Tim McGraw) and Margaret Dutton (Faith Hill) as they lead their family and a group of various migrants along the rough terrain of the American West toward Oregon. Created by Hell or High Water writer Taylor Sheridan, 1883 was initially intended to conclude following its final episode. Sheridan has also expanded the Yellowstone franchise with two additional spinoff series – 1932 will yet again be a prequel to Yellowstone and will center on a new generation of Duttons set during the Prohibition and Great Depression eras. Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren are set to star as leads in the upcoming series. 6666 is a direct spinoff of Yellowstone and will feature the legendary Texas ranch the Four Sixes in a modern setting. Reeves was the first black deputy of the U.S. Marshals serving west of the Mississippi River. Born into slavery in 1838, Reeves escaped his owner during the American Civil War and lived with a few indigenous tribes. In 1875, he was later recruited as deputy to preside over multiple territories that housed large populations of Native Americans due to his ability to speak several of their languages. During his time, Reeves arrested over 3,000 outlaws and killed 14, allegedly without ever suffering any serious injury.

Deadline, the Yellowstone spinoff series 1883 season 2 has been officially renewed and will focus on Bass Reeves. The show began as a Sheridan project, unaffiliated with the Yellowstone franchise, with Selma lead David Oyelowo set to star in the titular role. With the recent announcement, 1883 season 2 has officially been titled 1883: The Bass Reeves Story. It has yet to be revealed if any of the original cast will return for the upcoming season.

Dutton’s in 1883 season 2 remains to be seen. Although it is a possibility the two parties will cross paths, it is may be unlikely as 1883: The Bass Reeves Story began production as a standalone project. Although no specific details regarding the upcoming series’ relationship with the franchise have been revealed, it is possible for the fabled lawman to join the cast of the previous season. At the conclusion of 1883 season 1, Dutton vowed to settle his family and build a home where his daughter Elsa Dutton (Isabel May) died. As explained in the series, as well in the original Yellowstone series, which sees Dutton’s descendants still living on the land, the territory was once the home of many indigenous peoples. Although Reeves primarily served as a deputy U.S. Marshal in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, it is possible for the upcoming show to feature an outlaw fugitive that leads the lawman up to Montana and the Duttons’ family ranch. Only time will tell if Reeves’ story will intertwine with James Dutton’s in 1883: The Bass Reeves Story as the series has yet to receive a release date.

The Russo Brothers Hype New Movie With Funny Chris Evans Endgame

The Russo Brothers are taking a walk back in time to hype The Gray Man with a hilarious Chris Evans in Avengers: Endgame reference highlighting the major differences of roles for the actor. Evans stars in the upcoming action thriller as Lloyd Hansen, a former CIA agent who now works as an unhinged mercenary. Hansen is tasked with hunting down his former CIA colleague, Ryan Gosling’s Court Gentry, when he is made a target after discovering dark agency secrets.

Gosling and Evans are leading the ensemble cast of The Gray Man alongside Knives Out’s Ana de Armas, Bridgerton’s Regé-Jean Page, Iron Fist’s Jessica Henwick, Dhanush, Billy Bob Thornton, Alfre Woodard, Wagner Moura, Julia Butters, Sam Lerner, Michael Gandolfini and DeObia Oparei. The Russo Brothers are at the helm of the action-thriller, based on Mark Greaney’s 2009 novel of the same name, directing on a script from Joe Russo and fellow Marvel Cinematic Universe alums Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus. With a budget of $200 million, The Gray Man is one of Netflix’s most expensive original films and those behind it are looking to build anticipation for its release. Den of Geek about the two breaking down the film, the Russo Brothers took to Twitter to build hype for The Gray Man. The filmmaking duo addressed their quote of wanting to cast Chris Evans as a sociopath, humorously referencing an Avengers: Endgame joke and saying they’ve turned the Captain America actor from “America’s a– to America’s a–hole.”

The moment the Russo Brothers are referring to from Avengers: Endgame came during the film’s Time Heist when Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark notes that Captain America’s 2012 costume was not a good look when it came to his behind, to which Ant-Man defended his idol and said “that’s America’s a–.” The future version of Captain America would later agree with Paul Rudd’s MCU hero after knocking out his 2012 self, proudly expressing “That IS America’s a–” while looking down at his former self. The Avengers: Endgame moment quickly became a viral meme shortly after the film’s release, with fans sharing various shots of Evans’ tenure as Captain America paired with his quote.

Since bringing his MCU time to a close with Avengers: Endgame, Evans has delivered multiple performances going against his well-known heroic persona, mostly notably that of Rian Johnson’s Knives Out in which he played a self-absorbed and crafty killer. The Gray Man looks to keep this against-type streak live for Evans as he plays the film’s unhinged villain, with the brief footage shown for the film thus far showing him chewing up the scenery as the mustachioed antagonist. The wait for Evans’ new role is nearly over as The Gray Man hits Netflix on July 22.