Deadwood: The Movie is the long-awaited conclusion to HBO's brilliant Western series fans had been waiting for, but some questions still remain.
Chronicling the events of a midwestern goldrush town in the late 1800s, HBO's Deadwood portrayed historical events with a few creative liberties.
HBO's short-lived Western ended after only three seasons. 2019's Deadwood: The Movie is here to provide some closure and these moments deliver!
HBO's Deadwood: The Movie trailer teases the many character reunions and violence to come in David Milch's long awaited revival of the western series.
The creator of HBO's acclaimed western drama series Deadwood, David Milch, sadly reveals that he's been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease.
Deadwood star Timothy Olyphant explains his hesitation to return for the movie, admitting that he doubted it would ever actually happen for a while.
HBO releases the first teaser trailer for Deadwood: The Movie, which confirms that the long-awaited TV film will premiere at the end of May.
HBO reveals a brief first look at the Deadwood revival movie during their two-minute sizzle trailer touting its 2019 roster of programming.
The first images from HBO's long-awaited Deadwood movie feature Ian McShane and Timothy Olyphant back in the roles of Al Swearengen and Seth Bullock.
HBO confirms the Deadwood movie is now filming, with cast members like Timothy Olyphant and Ian McShane reprising their roles from the original show.
Deadwood actor W. Earl Brown shares his reaction to the 'gut-wrenching' final draft of David Milch's movie script for the HBO revival.
The long-gestating Deadwood revival movie is officially moving forward at HBO, as the network president announces production begins this fall.
Kim Dickens, who plays Joanie Stubbs on Deadwood, teases that filming of the long-awaited revival TV movie may begin this fall.