Kevin Costner, the star of Yellowstone, revealed a graphic spoiler regarding "Violence" in Season 5.


Fans of Yellowstone might have wondered whether John Dutton was getting weary of defending his family's property, but Kevin Costner dispels any concerns. 

Since the Western drama's summer 2018 debut, viewers have watched as the Dutton family battled obstinate land developers, learnt to coexist with the Broken Rock tribe, and attempted to bargain with outspoken environmentalists. John also had to persuade his kids, Kayce (Luke Grimes), Beth (Kelly Reilly), and Jamie (Wes Bentley), to support him in the struggle to save their Montana ranch. Despite all of his efforts, the Field of Dreams actor predicts that the struggle for the land won't get any simpler in season 5. 

The Paramount Network actor spoke candidly to Variety about what viewers can anticipate the patriarch Dutton doing next while filming new episodes of Yellowstone. It sounds like he might need to take more extreme action. 

As Kevin explained to the site, "It's been built up in a such that there's so much pressure on what's coming for his land that he's going to have to do something." We'll look at what John Dutton did and is doing to stay ahead of it, and I believe that's what he needs to do. 


But the demands over the land have always been for this family to cling on to it by using some kind of violence, he continued. Environmentalists, Native American issues, politicians, and the public's demand for more land are the barriers putting pressure on [John]. He is so coping with quite contemporary issues. 

Despite all of this, there have been suggestions that John might continue fusing work and pleasure. Fans may recall that the patriarch of the Dutton family started dating the environmentalist Summer Higgins, and actress Piper Perabo said that people haven't seen the last of her. She revealed that scenes of Summer from jail will probably appear in Yellowstone season 5. Who knows, though—John might succeed in freeing her, much to Beth's dismay. 

"On Yellowstone, the love story is starting to take off, Piper told Entertainment Weekly in February. While I recognize that many people watch it for the cowboys and the ranch, I watch it for the love story. The heat is being increased. Let's turn up the heat for a moment; it's been a difficult couple of years."



Source: goodhousekeeping.com

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