Deadwood: HBO releases the trailer for the highly anticipated movie


HBO will release Deadwood The Movie in May to accompany the rampaging western series. After months of speculation, a longer trailer has given fans another teasing look at the anticipated movie.

The suspense for HBO’s soon to be released Deadwood movie has been simmering on low for years. The company took a while to decide on producing a movie to cap the series’ storylines. Now that the movie has a release date, the teasing trailer has anticipation levels at a fever pitch.

The initial trailer gave fans less than a minute look into the upcoming film. The opening quote about any man worth a good name understanding the value of being unreachable could refer to the longing fans felt in waiting for this movie. For the most loyal and patient fans, those fifty odd seconds were enough to validate the years of hope and optimism.

The premiere of Deadwood: The Movie is slated for May 31, 2019. HBO has released a longer trailer with much the same theme. Deadwood is a sanctified city and series. There is much at stake for HBO. If the trailer is any indication, the movie will live up to the series gripping drama.

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The movie will be a stand-alone piece of art but will inspire many to give the series a watch. Many of the same faces will grace the Deadwood streets, which was practically a requirement for the project to have any legitimacy.

David Milch wrote the script and served as executive producer, with Daniel Minahan directing. Other executive producers listed were Ian McShane, Timothy Olyphant, Carolyn Strauss, Daniel Minahan, Gregg Fienberg, and Scott Stephens. Regina Corrado receives credit as Co-executive producer.

The film will introduce a new character played by Jade Pettyjohn. McShane is back as Al Swearengen, as is Olyphant playing Seth Bullock. They’ll eventually have to come to terms with their animosity, likely using revolvers as negotiating mechanisms. Complex feelings being dealt with in simple terms, unlike the interpretations and enforcement of the law.

Anna Gunn remains as Martha Bullock. Robin Weigert plays the most prominent historical figure, Calamity Jane. Molly Parker, Paula Malcomson, and Kim Dickens will be back providing female perspectives if not feminine touches.

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Gerald McRaney is cast as George Hearst, a successful mining entrepreneur. John Hawkes will play competing German businessman Solomon Star. Dayton Callie, Brad Dourif, William Sanderson, Gerald McRaney, Sean Bridgers, W. Earl Brown and Keone Young will all return as well.

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