Kevin Costner has announced that he wants to split 'Horizon' into "four separate films".
The 67-year-old star has spoken about plans for his epic western, which is due to go into production at the end of August and will be his fourth directorial effort, and hopes to release a new film in the series "about every three months".
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Revealing that he planned the project as "four different films," the filmmaker told Variety: "They're all different films that are all connected, so you're watching a saga of these storylines that are happening." Kevin also announced that casting has closed for the flick, which marks his first as a director since 2003's 'Open Range', following 1997's 'Postman' and ' Dances With Wolves.' 1990s, is already underway as the team attempts to "cast" a total of 170 speaking roles. And since the film was split into four parts, Costner described the project as an "event television film," but noted that the studio would make the final decision on whether the film would be streamed or presented at the will act on the big screen. "I'm happiest because at some point on TV -- where you can reach your biggest audience -- they're going to see it the way I intended. It's going to eventually be cut up into [hour-long episodes] or 42 minutes -- whatever that is TV works. But you'll see it for the first time in four 2-hour, 45-minute films.
And there'll be one every three months. If you're interested in these characters, hope you really want to see the next one , but he will not be in hourly increments." 'Horizon' is set to span 15 years of settlement on America's western frontier, focusing on both settlers and indigenous groups.