Josh Lucas, star of "Yellowstone," posts a breathtaking sunset video from the Dutton Ranch.

Josh Lucas, the actor of Yellowstone, shared a breathtaking sunset video from Season 5's filming at the Dutton Ranch on Instagram. 

"Yellowstone's fifth season is burning up. Our basic headquarters," the celebrity stated in his post. He embellished the caption with a few hashtags. "#nofilte r@bosqueranchheadquarters @6666ranch @visitmountain #mountain #yellowstone." 

As soon as they heard, fans reacted in the comments section. "Yup. Montana is amazing," one person wrote. "Reside in Idaho next door. It's a good life. 

Another person exclaimed, "That sky is wonderful." "Look forward to seeing you on this! 🙌🔥🙌” 

One more said, "Wow! That is stunning! There, heaven is real! Next, a supporter exclaimed, "Absolutely gorgeous! Josh, I appreciate you sharing this. I'm very happy to see you back in the series! 

"Looking forward to it so much." 

Season 5 is looking to be a wild one with John Dutton running for governor, Rip and Beth getting married, Jamie being blackmailed, Kayce going on a mysterious vision quest, and so much more.


Lucas appeared in movies such as The Hulk (2003), An Unfinished Life (2005), Glory Road (2006), Poseidon (2006), Life as We Know It (2010), The Lincoln Lawyer (2011), Red Dog (2011), J. Edgar (2011), The Mend (2014), Breakthrough (2019), Ford v Ferrari (2019), and The Forever Purge prior to the show (2021). Additionally, he has had appearances in TV shows like The Firm (2012), The Mysteries of Laura (2014–2016), and 

Castmate of Josh Lucas Discloses Potential Season 5 Spoilers 

But recently, Beth Dutton actress Kelly Reilly almost revealed a crucial plot detail. 

Reilly discussed her role, what to anticipate in season 5, and an almost key narrative point in an interview with Vulture. There's a touch of recklessness to Beth, but there's also a part of her that doesn't know how to keep the wolves at bay, as Reilly put it when talking about the "tightrope between confidence and hubris" that Beth walks. 

"John comes up with this concept of running for governor in season four," she concluded. For her, that is the moment the lights go on. She probably never imagined he would contemplate doing it because it goes against who he is. He's clearly not a politician, but Beth realizes that this will be her strategy for using influence to close Market Equities and the airport. 

She then revealed the almost-spoiler. So when he — I'm not sure if I can tell you that. Reilly then abruptly changed his course and declared, "I will agree as the kingdom grows, it gets harder to control. In a peculiar manner, Beth is most likely at her strongest towards the start of season five. But it will be interesting to see how she handles that. 

We are undoubtedly anticipating seeing Beth in this new phase of her life and the flashback that Josh Lucas will provide for us by coming back.


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