Deadwood trailer is finally here: HBO is bringing popular western show back as a special movie


The Deadwood trailer is here and the rumored movie is now a reality.

The first trailer is just a short teaser at under a minute in length.

The former hit HBO series will bring back most of the cast and the speed it has gone from confirmation to a trailer is astonishing.

Even more so, the Deadwood movie is hitting HBO on May 31, so there is very little waiting time to see what happens next for our favorite foul-mouthed gunslingers.

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Amazing that there isn’t any cursing in the teaser trailer since the original show was known for its coarse language. We expect the movie to be full-to-the-brim with all the wonderfully creative curse words fans of the show can to expect.

The teaser brings back Al Swearengen (Ian McShane) and Seth (Timothy Olyphant) for this trailer, as the two men talk about the problem with tackling their problems head-on. As Al says, a bullet always travels a straight line.

In an interview with EW, producer Carolyn Strauss reveals that there is a passage of time and the Deadwood movie will deal with what has happened in that passing of time. Al’s power seems to be slipping and he has to deal with it — one way or the other.

Also returning for the Deadwood movie are Molly Parker (Alma), Anna Gunn (Martha), Paula Malcomson (Trixie)Brad Dourif (Doc Cochran), John Hawkes (Sol Star), Dayton Callie (Charlie), Robin Erigert (Jane), Kim Dickens (Joanie), William Sanderson (E.B.), Gerald McRaney (George), and W. Earl Brown (Dan).

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The Deadwood movie takes place in 1889 in South Dakota as they celebrate their entry into the United States. Things are changing and Al’s story will play a large role in the new movie.

The original Deadwood HBO series lasted for three seasons with a total of 36 episodes. David Milch (NYPD Blue) created the series.