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.
HBO is reportedly looking at at fall 2018 production start date for their long-awaited - and sure to be swear-filled - Deadwood revival movie.
Deadwood actors Kim Dickens and Dayton Callie reveal HBO has contacted cast members to inquire about their availability for a possible movie.
Deadwood actor Kim Dickens has read David Milch's script for a Deadwood movie and calls it "sad and painful and beautiful."
American Gods star Ian McShane says HBO is quite keen to make a Deadwood movie to wrap-up the prematurely canceled series.
Ian McShane can still appear in the Deadwood movie, even if he's locked-in to a long-term commitment on Starz's series American Gods.
Former Deadwood actor W. Earl Brown confirms that he has read David Milch's revival movie script and offers praise for the project.
Former Deadwood star Ian McShane confirms that creator David Milch has delivered a script for a potential revival to HBO.
Deadwood creator David Milch is still working on a script for a movie based on the critically-acclaimed HBO Western series.
Kim Dickens says she has seen script pages for HBO's Deadwood wrap-up movie, which series creator David Milch is currently writing.
A Deadwood revival movie overseen by show creator David Milch has been confirmed by acting HBO Programming President, Michael Lombardo.