With the announcement of the new Yellowstone prequel, 1932, which will star Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, it looks like Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s days as the Duttons have come to an end.
Tim told us of the role, “I learned that you can work through being really tired, ’cause it beat us up pretty good. It was a lot of hard work, but it was such a gratifying experience. I think more than anything, the hard work from the crew, the hard work from the actors; I learned that it’s one of those things that you can’t show up and expect to be good. You have to put the work in, and you have to put your heart and soul into something like that. And I’ve always felt like I’ve done that with every project that I’ve ever done, but I also think every project I’ve done outside of music has made me a better musician.”
McGraw added what he will miss about the character he played, James Dutton, “Mmmm … probably not talking as much, because he was a man a few words and I kinda like that.”