Yellowstone Season 5 Gets Major Setback Amid Kevin Costner Drama

The Dutton Ranch is not having a good time at all. A fresh story portrays a considerably more ominous picture of the ongoing deadlock between Kevin Costner and the series' creators

weeks after the first reports of rough waters behind the scenes of Yellowstone surfaced. The actor's desire for shorter production schedules is thought to be at the heart of the conflict

the Academy Award winner reportedly plans to spend just one week filming the second half of Yellowstone Season Five.

According to a thorough new investigation from Puck's Matthew Belloni, Costner's production company only gave Yellowstone's directors one week this summer to shoot his sequences for eight episodes, 

with two more days set for pick-ups later this fall. According to Hollywood lawyer Marty Singer

The allegation that Kevin was only willing to work one week on the second half of Season 5 of Yellowstone is an absolute fiction

Belloni continues by stating that the initial terms of Costner's contract for the show said that if it ran for six episodes, his pay would climb from $1.2 million to $1.5 million per episode. 

Taking into account the show's multiple delays, Yellowstone Season 5B will effectively shoot and air during the initial timeframe set aside for the sixth season

Yet it's more likely that this is a partnership that has reached its peak. According to the insider, "[Yellowstone creator Taylor] Sheridan is undoubtedly enraged


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