Followers of the TV blockbuster “Yellowstone” are in for a deal with after Paramount + launched a preview of the upcoming prequel “1923” – starring Harrison Ford and Oscar-winner Helen Mirren.
The official trailer, which runs at 90 seconds lengthy, guarantees excessive drama when the second installment of the “Yellowstone” origin story premieres on December 18 within the US and Canada and the next day within the UK and Australia,
Created by actor and filmmaker Taylor Sheridan, “1923” is the following chapter within the story of the Dutton clan, introducing a brand new technology of the household led by patriarch Jacob (Ford) and matriarch Cara (Mirren).
In keeping with an announcement issued by Paramount+, “the collection will discover the early twentieth century when pandemics, historic drought, the tip of Prohibition and the Nice Despair all plague the mountain west, and the Duttons who name it house.”
“Yellowstone,” which follows the lives and drama of the modern-day Dutton household, homeowners of the most important ranch in Montana, has been an enormous hit for Paramount+ and stars one other film star, Kevin Costner.
The much-anticipated “1923” follows on the success of one other “Yellowstone” spinoff – “1883” – which stars real-life spouses Tim McGraw and Religion Hill, together with Sam Elliott. It tells the story of how the household got here to personal Yellowstone ranch.
Talking with an Irish accent, Mirren, 77 – who gained an Academy Award in 2006 for her position in “The Queen” – appears set to be a formidable opponent for these attempting to take over her household’s land.
In a single scene within the trailer, she warns: “Males kill fast with a bullet or a noose. However the struggle is with me and I kill a lot slower.”
Her on-screen husband, Ford, 80, seems equally intimidating, growling: “You assault my household, it’s gonna be the very last thing you ever do.”
The present, which additionally stars former James Bond actor Timothy Dalton because the couple’s villainous “neighbor” Donald Whitfield, was initially set to be referred to as “1932,” but it surely was reworked to embody the tip of World Warfare I and the beginning of Prohibition.