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Kevin Costner’s Horizon 2 Gets Theatrical Release Pulled

The second chapter of Kevin Costner’s Western, Horizon: An American Saga, has seen its theatrical launch pulled following the dismal field workplace efficiency of Chapter 1.

Horizon: An American Saga — Chapter 2 was initially set to open in theaters on August sixteenth — a bit of over a month after Chapter 1’s premiere. Nevertheless, with Chapter 1 having barely revamped $20 million domestically to this point, Costner’s Territory Photos and his distribution associate New Line Cinema have determined to tug the theatrical launch of Chapter 2.

In doing so, they hope “to provide audiences a higher alternative to find the primary installment of Horizon over the approaching weeks,” together with by means of a streaming launch on Max.

A brand new theatrical launch date for Horizon: An American Saga — Chapter 2 has not been set, and it’s attainable it could by no means truly discover its method into theaters. It’s additionally value noting that Costner not too long ago started manufacturing on a 3rd chapter of Horizon, and has plans to make a fourth one as effectively.

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The four-part Western has been a decades-long ardour challenge for Costner, who invested $38 million of his personal cash to finance the primary two movies. He additionally left the hit tv sequence Yellowstone to make these movies.

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Sadly, Westerns are a troublesome promote on the field workplace in 2024, and Chapter 1’s three-hour run-time and lukewarm important response additionally didn’t do it any favors.

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