Will Timothy Olyphant Be Starring in Deadwood Movie Soon

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TGIF to all my fellow Timothy Olyphant fans.  We made it through another week!  I always feel an accomplishment on Friday.

Great news this week on the Olyphant front.   HBO’s programming head, Casey Bloys, says David Milch has delivered a Deadwood script and it is terrific.
HBO had asked for a script that would satisfy Deadwood fans but could also be enjoyed by anyone who had never seen an episode of Deadwood.  Milch apparently delivered just that and HBO is pleased.

The next hurdles will be agreeing on a budget and finding a director.  Also getting all the actors schedules worked out so they can appear in the movie.
The series starred Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane, Molly Parker and John Hawkes among others.
Well keep your fingers crossed, sounds like the long awaited project might just actually make it to the screen!  Let us know if you are excited to see the new Deadwood.

Timothy Olyphant to Hit Big Screen in Deadwood Movie

By Penny Clift


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It is a brand new year! The first of the year is always a busy time. It is not my favorite time. Time for taxes and trying to live up to those New Year’s resolutions. Yikes! Not fun.

I have found a bright spot in this new year of 2016. It seems HBO and David Milch have made an agreement to do a big screen Deadwood movie.

Michael Lombardo, president of HBO, told TVLine that HBO has given show creator, David Milch, the green light to make a big screen version of Deadwood. Milch pitched a storyline to HBO and the project was born.

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Milch is currently working on another project but plans to write the Deadwood script when his project is complete.

The biggest problem facing the production it seems will be assembling the cast again. It involves lots of actors with busy schedules.

I personally feel as long as Timothy Olyphant and Ian McShane are on board, they can proceed. Everyone else could probably be replaced if necessary.

While Deadwood is not my favorite Olyphant project, I am still excited for the big screen prospect. Hopefully it will provide fans of the show some long overdue closure.

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Time will tell if the project will come into fruition after years of rumors about a Deadwood movie. Sounds like the commitment is there, we will cross our fingers that everyone can come together and make it a reality.

Well that is my first big New Year’s story. Let’s hope there are more Olyphant projects to come!

Timothy Olyphant Headed to Big Screen Deadwood Movie?

By Penny Clift

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TV Line has reported that HBO is in negotiations with David Milch to make the long awaited Deadwood movie. The movie would wrap up the storylines left hanging when the series ended.

Timothy Olyphant played Sheriff Seth Bullock during the show’s three year run. Milch abruptly ended the show when he could not come to terms with HBO.

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Fans have been rallying for a movie to provide closure since the series ended. Looks like that wish may be granted.

It is not known if the movie would air on HBO or be a big screen venture like Sex and the City and Entourage. I am sure fans are rooting for a big screen version.

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The large ensemble cast included Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane, John Hawkes, Powers Booth, Molly Parker, Brad Dourif, Jim Beaver, Garret Dillahunt and Gerald McRaney.

Let’s all cross our fingers the negotiations go well and Sherriff Seth Bullock will be coming to a screen near you soon!

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Do you think the Deadwood movie should be big screen or an HBO event?