HBO has launched the primary teaser trailer for Deadwood: The Movie. David Milch’s unique western TV sequence could not have been fairly as widespread as different HBO choices through the 2000s (specifically, The Sopranos), nevertheless it’s now thought of one of many community’s all-time nice inventive achievements. Known for its profanity-laced but poetic dialogue and dirt-soaked imaginative and prescient of the Old West, the Deadwood TV present additionally featured an all-star solid of character actors who’ve gone on to headline different hit sequence, together with Ian McShane (American Gods) and Timothy Olyphant (Justified, Santa Clarita Diet).
To be truthful, HBO did launch the Deadwood movie’s first-look images again in December, and even dropped just a few seconds of footage final month (as a part of a preview video for its larger 2019 slate). That stated, the movie now has a correct trailer, together with an official premiere date of Friday, May 31, 2019. Take a glance, beneath.
The Deadwood film will decide up ten years after the present’s conclusion, because the sequence’ characters reunite in Deadwood to commemorate South Dakota’s new statehood (which was established in 1889). However, judging by the trailer, the characters’ dynamics have not modified an excessive amount of within the years since we final noticed them. Seth Bullock (Olyphant), for instance, is perhaps a U.S. Marshal now, however he is nonetheless going “straight” at all the pieces, a lot to his previous frenemy and Deadwood saloon proprietor Al Swearengen’s (McShane) frustration. Deadwood itself continues to be a fairly dang violent place by the look of issues, with individuals getting both shot or hung left and proper right here. It’s little surprise that Calamity Jane (Robin Weigert) continues to be as trigger-happy as ever within the trailer; by this level, her expertise with a gun have absolutely helped Jane to keep away from ending up in one of many coffins proven within the teaser.
On a distinct word: it is good to see Sol Star (John Hawkes), Alma Garret (Molly Parker), Charlie Utter (Dayton Callie), E.B. Farnum (William Sanderson), and Trixie (Paula Malcomson) again in motion right here and doing in addition to could be anticipated, for individuals who spent years residing in Deadwood. In an interview with TVLine, Malcolmson even described Milch’s Deadwood movie script as “a big Valentine to Trixie and Al”, which is nice to listen to, contemplating how fascinating and complex (but, in the end, tender) their relationship with each other was on the unique sequence. Less welcome, after all, is the return of Deadwood season three antagonist George Hearst (Gerald McRaney), who will nearly undoubtedly be a supply of battle within the movie.