The creator of the Yellowstone universe Taylor Sheridan has ties to North Texas, which grew up in Fort Worth and Cranfils Gap.
FORT WORTH, Texas – Two Hollywood legends have been added to the Yellowstone universe. according to Paramount Plus.
Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford will star in the prequel “Yellowstone”, “1932”, which is one of many future projects related to the history of the Dathan family.
The creator of the Yellowstone universe, Taylor Sheridan, has rich ties to North Texas when he grew up in Fort Worth and Cranfils Gap.
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The first season of “1883” – the prequel to “Yellowstone”, filmed in Fort Worth – was filmed in Fort Worth. It was extended for a second season just before completion in March at Paramount Plus.
The streaming service company has not yet revealed where “1932” will be filmed, as well as what roles Mirren and Ford will take on.
There is also no official release date for “1932” yet, but it is likely to appear in late 2022 or early 2023.
Together with “1883” and “1932” Sheridan returns “Yellowstone” to its fifth season and also begins a spin-off series called “6666”.
Ford and Mirren join the 1932 film as one of the most awarded actors to become part of the Yellowstone universe. Mirren won the Oscar for Best Actress in 2007 for her role as Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen. Ford was nominated for Best Actor in 1986 for his role as Detective Captain John Buk in The Witness.
Sheridan said he chose the 1930s for his next “peek” at Dutton because the children from “1883” are starting their own families.
See how Sheridan explains his thought process to develop another prequel below: