Horizon: An American Saga’ Trailer: Kevin Costner’s Vision Ventures Beyond ‘Yellowstone’

Horizon: An American Saga’ Trailer: Kevin Costner’s Vision Ventures Beyond ‘Yellowstone’

Kevin Costner, renowned for his roles in iconic Westerns such as “Dances with Wolves,” “Open Range,” and his lead role in Taylor Sheridan’s “Yellowstone,” is set to captivate audiences once again. This time, he unveils the first full-length trailer for his ambitious project, “Horizon: An American Saga.”

Costner has long aspired to bring “Horizon: An American Saga” to fruition. Mirroring his dual roles in “Dances with Wolves” and “Open Range,” he not only directs and stars in this sweeping narrative but has also taken on the role of co-writer. The project ambitiously unfolds over several films, offering a panoramic view of 19th-century American life through interconnected stories.

With intentions to span at least four films, “Horizon” represents a monumental addition to Costner’s portfolio, showcasing a narrative breadth that both complements and diverges from his previous work, including “Yellowstone.” This new endeavor promises a distinctive experience, as indicated by the project’s compelling trailer.

In a revealing conversation with Variety, Costner delves into the essence of “Horizon,” describing it as “a really beautiful story; it’s a hard story.” He emphasizes the strength and significance of female characters within the narrative, highlighting their resilience and fortitude in a harsh, unforgiving era.

“Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1” and “Chapter 2” are poised for back-to-back theatrical releases. The saga begins with the premiere of the first chapter on June 28, followed closely by the second chapter on August 16. Audiences can anticipate an epic tale spanning years, featuring a cast that includes not only Costner but also Sienna Miller, Sam Worthington, Luke Wilson, and Michael Rooker, among other notable talents. The trailer hints at the breathtaking visuals and expansive storytelling befitting a project aptly named a “saga.”

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