‘Yellowstone’ Star Kevin Costner Drops Brutal Season 5 Spoiler About ‘Violence’

Whether Yellowstone fans thought John Dutton was tired of defending his family’s land, Kevin Costner remove all doubt.

Since the Western drama premiered in the summer of 2018, people have followed the Dutton family as they fended off persistent real estate developers, learned to co-exist with the Broken Rock Tribe, and attempted to negotiate with vocal environmentalists. In addition, John had to convince his children — Kayce (Luke Grimes), Beth (Kelly Reilly) and Jamie (Wes Bently) – to join him in the fight to keep their Montana ranch. Despite his best efforts, the conflict for land won’t get any easier in season 5, according to the field of dreams star.

While filming new episodes of Yellowstonethe Paramount Network actor opened up to Variety on what viewers can expect the Dutton patriarch to do next. From what he hears, he may have to resort to more drastic measures.

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“It’s been set up in the sense that there’s so much pressure on what’s happening for his land that he’s going to have to do something about it,” Kevin told the outlet. “We’re going to see what he’s done and what he’s doing to stay ahead and I think that’s what John Dutton needs to do.”

He continued: “But the pressures on the land have been, always for this family, [that they’ve] had to cling to it with a level of violence… The walls pressing [John] are environmentalists, Native American issues, politicians, public outcry for more land. So he deals with really modern issues.

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That said, there have also been hints that John might continue to mix business with pleasure. As fans may recall, patriarch Dutton got involved with environmental activist Summer Higgins and actress Piper Perabo revealed that people hadn’t seen the ending of her. She spilled that Yellowstone Season 5 will likely feature scenes of Summer from prison. But who knows, John might find a way to get her out much to Beth’s chagrin.

“The love story is accelerating Yellowstonesaid Piper Weekly entertainment in February. “I know a lot of people watch it for the cowboys and the ranch, but I watch it for the love story… We turn up the heat. It’s been a tough two years, let’s turn up the heat for a minute.”

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