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Old 12-20-18, 02:29 AM
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That's it, I'm gonna start dressing like in the old west That waistcoat & chain look is hot.
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This is what I remember as well so I thought it was over.
S2 had Mrs. Garrett and her son arriving while Seth and Alma were having an affair. The boy died towards the end of S2 and Alma discovered she was pregnant. Seth asked her if she wanted to flee with him but she said no. She ended up marrying Elsworth as cover.

S3 was centered around Hearst' arrival and impact.
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Old 12-20-18, 10:26 AM
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I'm still extremely hesitant to get the least bit excited for this.

Deadwood is probably my favorite piece of entertainment ever, and I just see no way that they can rekindle the same magic 10+ years later.

I'm sure it will be decent to very good, too much talent for it to be awful, but it just has a lot to live up to in regards to how highly I hold the series.

Crossing my fingers.
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Old 12-20-18, 12:54 PM
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I'm still extremely hesitant to get the least bit excited for this.

Deadwood is probably my favorite piece of entertainment ever, and I just see no way that they can rekindle the same magic 10+ years later.

I'm sure it will be decent to very good, too much talent for it to be awful, but it just has a lot to live up to in regards to how highly I hold the series.

Crossing my fingers.
Agreed.
Milch needs to move on with his life for fnck's sake.
To be fair, he might not be able to:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Milch#Personal_life
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re: Deadwood: The Movie (HBO) -- premieres 5/31/19

I was planning on revisiting the series but I may hold off for a little while longer. I’d like to see the series again with fresh eyes and then roll right into the movie.
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Old 12-22-18, 10:59 AM
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Yeah, I loved the show when it was on, and and was not happy with how it ended, but that is so far in the rear-view mirror now, I can't muster much interest in a wrap-up movie.

Just FYI, in reality, which I assume Milch will follow, in 1879 almost the entire town of Deadwood was destroyed by fire and subsequently rebuilt. In the 1880s, Deadwood became one of the first American cities wired for electric lights, and they started building a railroad line for the mining operations.
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re: Deadwood: The Movie (HBO) -- premieres 5/31/19

https://deadline.com/2019/02/deadwoo...19-1202553319/
David Milch’s Deadwood followup will debut this spring and will be eligible for the 2019 Primetime Emmy Awards.


Filming on the movie, which is set 10 years after the events in the cult series, started in November with most of that original cast of the series, which ran on HBO for three seasons, returning.

That includes Ian McShane (Al Swearengen), Timothy Olyphant (Seth Bullock), Molly Parker (Alma Ellsworth), Paula Malcomson (Trixie), John Hawkes (Sol Star), Anna Gunn (Martha Bullock), Dayton Callie (Charlie Utter), Brad Dourif (Doc Cochran), Robin Weigert (“Calamity” Jane Canary), William Sanderson (E.B. Farnum), Kim Dickens (Joanie Stubbs) and Gerald McRaney (George Hearst). The film includes a new cast member, Jade Pettyjohn.

In the movie, the characters of the series are reunited after 10 years to celebrate South Dakota’s statehood. Former rivalries are reignited, alliances are tested and old wounds are reopened, as all are left to navigate the inevitable changes that modernity and time have wrought.

Milch, the series creator, wrote the pic, which is being directed by Game of Thrones helmer Daniel Minahan. Milch, Carolyn Strauss, Minahan, Gregg Fienberg, Scott Stephens, McShane and Olyphant are executive producers.
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re: Deadwood: The Movie (HBO) -- premieres 5/31/19

So it isn't a Theatrical movie. Did we know that before now?
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Old 02-08-19, 11:30 PM
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It was never supposed to be a theatrical movie.
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Interesting that there's no mention of Jeffrey Jones, but he's listed on IMDB.
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Interesting that there's no mention of Jeffrey Jones, but he's listed on IMDB.
Anyone can add names to IMDb. I don’t believe it was ever actually said he was in it. W. Earl Brown isn’t mentioned in the article either.

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Anyone can add names to IMDb. I don’t believe it was ever actually said he was in it. W. Earl Brown isn’t mentioned in the article either.
Well, yes and no... It's not like Wikipedia, where you can directly edit it. You can submit changes, but they do go through a process. I've had some (changes) denied, even though they were 100% true.

Regarding W. Earl Brown, I hadn't noticed the omission, but I already knew, from his twitter feed, that he would be there. It would've been ridiculous for that not to be the case.

According to a post on reddit, W. Earl Brown responded to someone on twitter that asked if Jeffery Jones would be in the movie with "To my knowledge, all of the cast (the ones still living) will be back."

Considering that his conviction happened before the TV series, I doubt that it will affect the movie casting. And I do get that these are different times.
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Old 02-10-19, 09:56 AM
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Still am flabbergasted that Warren from Something About Mary is the ass kicking Dan... Just watched the movie last night (Mary) for the first time in a decade or so and my wife reminded me.... Can't wait to see this movie! One more reason to look forward to spring!
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A spring broadcast has been confirmed! No mention of Jeffrey Jones in the article, but no mention of Keone Young (Mr. Wu), either. He is definitely in the movie.


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Old 03-02-19, 12:20 AM
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W. Earl Brown tweeted this, with a good Ian McShane interview. Not sure why they have to blur any screenshots:


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Former rivalries are reignited, alliances are tested and old wounds are reopened, as all are left to navigate the inevitable changes that modernity and time have wrought. Starring Ian McShane, Timothy Olyphant, and Molly Parker. Deadwood: The Movie premieres May 31 on HBO.
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Old 03-21-19, 01:43 PM
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Looks like HBO might have pulled that from youtube. There is a 2 min series trailer and the teaser for the movie on this page. https://www.hbo.com/deadwood

Looks amazing!!
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Looks like HBO might have pulled that from youtube.
No, it's still available, just as the error says when you try to play it, embeds have been disabled. You have to view it on Youtube.
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Old 03-21-19, 02:23 PM
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The embedded version, above, worked for me...
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Just saw trailer. Wow!
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Old 04-16-19, 07:42 PM
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You would be hard-pressed to find a television ensemble more gung-ho about staging a revival than the close-knit cast of Deadwood. In the 13 years since the acclaimed HBO Western was unceremoniously cancelled after just three seasons, it seemed as if no one wanted to get the proverbial band back together — and give fans the closure they so desperately wanted — more than the band members themselves. Which made Timothy Olyphant‘s gun-shyness all the more… awkward.

Unlike his colleagues, the actor behind lawman Seth Bullock was in no big rush to revisit the Old West. In fact, as the TV vet recounts in the refreshingly candid Q&A below, he was essentially the last MVP to sign on to the reunion movie (which premieres May 31 on the premium cabler).

Below, the Santa Clarita Diet star explains why he was skittish about reprising his breakout role. And he sheds light on what turned the tide for him (he, like co-star Ian McShane, also is an executive producer on the film) and reveals why — in hindsight — he can say unequivocally that he made the right decision.

TVLINE There were so many false starts to this project. Had you given up on the idea of it happening?

I always thought it was never going to happen. And the false starts I never, quite honestly, paid attention to. It was white noise.

TVLINE What was your reaction when it looked like it was all going to come together finally?

My mindset was, “S–t. I guess I’m going to have to make some kind of decision here.” It was a very curious process. I did not expect to be in the position to actually have to make a decision; I just assumed it would go away. It’s a curious [thing] deciding on whether to do a job when all of your old friends have already committed to it and you kind of think, “Well, I’ve never been in a position to be such an a–hole.” But it was [ultimately] a really wonderful process with [series creator/writer] David Milch and [director] Dan Minahan and [HBO]’s Carolyn Strauss. I had a lot of conversations with them. The whole process was quite rewarding.

TVLINE Why do you think you were more reluctant to sign on than some of your other co-stars?

High school reunions can be a lot of fun. But repeating your sophomore year? Not so fun. And I couldn’t tell if this was going to be the former or the latter. I didn’t know what it was going to feel like. Is it just going to be a lovely reunion, or is going to feel like, “Jesus, I’m being asked to do things I regret”?

TVLINE Fans felt cheated out of a proper ending to this show. Did you feel like you had any unfinished business with Seth?

Perhaps it’s my own shortcomings, but I’ve never thought of a character ever needing closure. There is no character; it’s just a bunch of lines on a page. I think of it as a job. Where I feel [cheated] is not having an opportunity to celebrate the work that we did with [my] fellow cast members and to say goodbye knowing that that’s the end of this particular journey. But that’s not how this business tends to work, so what the f–k are you gonna do?

TVLINE So what was the experience like doing this movie?

It was so bizarre. It was so surreal. And lovely. [Pauses] It was way more moving than I could’ve imagined. And way more rewarding than I could’ve imagined. I underestimated how much those people meant to me. You look back and you’re like, “It’s three years. It’s a blip.” But it was quite a memorable three years. It was also, for me personally, a very memorable time [in my life]. My kids had just been born. I had little tiny kids when we made that show. It just brought back a lot of memories.

TVLINE Where is Seth when we pick up at the beginning of the movie?

He was a character that was so defined by his rage. But now he’s got three children and he’s been married [to Anna Gunn’s Martha] for 10 years. And one of the central questions on the show is, “Has he gained any wisdom? Has that rage within him subsided? What will happen when he’s tested? Will he regress to the man he was, or will he be able to take a new path?” It allowed me to really enjoy returning to the character because I could try to answer some of those questions with the performance. It was almost like asking the same questions of myself.

TVLINE Has Seth moved on from true love Alma [Molly Parker] after 10 years?

That, young man, is one of the questions asked in the film.

TVLINE Is the movie a satisfying ending to the entire series?

Yes. I think it is. It’s a lovely goodbye. It is a very lovely goodbye. And I would do it again in a heartbeat.
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That's it, I've been officially sucked in enough to believe this may actually exist and make it to air. Time to re-watch the series.
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Old 04-17-19, 08:46 AM
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Penciling this in for a mid May re-watch. This show is soooo bingable I have no worries of finishing it before the movie. gotta say reading the start of this interview Timothy sounds like a bit of a dick. I almost feel like I'm more vested in his time as Seth than he was....
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Penciling this in for a mid May re-watch. This show is soooo bingable I have no worries of finishing it before the movie. gotta say reading the start of this interview Timothy sounds like a bit of a dick. I almost feel like I'm more vested in his time as Seth than he was....
I've read other interviews with him in the past. He's more of a guy who is interested in staying employed and collecting paychecks to pay for his family than the art of acting. Which is crazy considering how good he is.
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Its disconcerting to read him speaking this way as he is one of my favorite actors of this generation. He just nails about every role from Justified to Rango....
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