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HBO Finally Filming ‘Deadwood’ Movie

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Deadwood was one of HBO’s most popular shows of the early 2000s before Game of Thrones and Westworld were even around. In just three seasons the show was able to snag eight Emmys and reach critical acclaim, but reached an abrupt ending in 2006. Now, HBO is in the works for a Deadwood feature film for 2019.

Deadwood Receives A Just Ending

Deadwood captivated viewers for 36 fantastic episodes, but came to an abrupt halt in its third season. Many fans were disappointed in the ending, which may have spurred HBO to action by creating the new film.

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The movie, written by Deadwood creator David Milch and directed by Daniel Minahan, will finish the American Western in hopefully much greater glory. Milch did an incredible job with the series, making the American Western both poetic and cinematic, and fans are expecting him to do the same with the feature film.

The Cast Is Incredible

Fans can get excited to see all of their favorite characters from the original show. With the exception of Titus Welliver who is currently on set for Bosch, the entire cast will be back for the new movie.

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W. Earl Brown is incredibly excited to be a part of the movie, much like the rest of the cast. He tweeted back in August about the script, “In the course of those two hours, my emotions ricocheted in every fucking direction: exhilaration to melancholy; hoots of joy to screams of despair. The Maestro has topped himself.”

Warning: Teasers Ahead!

After announcing the movie’s filming, HBO released a synopsis. They said that in the new movie, “The indelible characters of the series are reunited after ten 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.”

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Fans won’t have to wait too much longer to see the true finale of their beloved show. Rumor has it that the movie might premiere as early as spring of 2019.

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