‘Yellowstone’ star on the show’s end: ‘I will celebrate it being over’
the Hollywood Reporter. “It’s so hot and combustible right now.”Bentley was referring to his role as as Jamie Dutton, the more political-minded attorney general son of family patriarch John Dutton (Kevin Costner), who has various dramas on the show, along with his siblings Kayce (Luke Grimes) and Beth (Kelly Reilly). However, he could have just as easily been referencing all the behind the scenes drama. Creator Taylor Sheridan, 53, and Costner, 68, have a rumored feud that’s been ongoing. Amid Costner’s surprise divorce, there were allegations that he refused to spend more than one week filming the second half of Season 5 — a claim that Costner’s attorney denied. A different source claimed that Sheridan was to blame for the friction, stating that the showrunner developed a “God complex” as his star rose. “Only Taylor truly knows what is going on,” a source told The Post. “Taylor spent years not being truly appreciated in Hollywood, and now that he’s the top of the heap, there’s definitely some ego to all of this.”A article in the Wall Street Journal detailed Sheridan’s “ridiculous spending,” which includes renting his own cattle to Paramount at $25 a head, and charging up to $50,000 a week for the show to film on ranches that he owns. He also reportedly insists on using his preferred farrier to make the horseshoes, and had the specialist flown out to Montana from Texas in order to get the job done. “Are you kidding me? We can’t find a local person?” wrote David Glasser, the head of 101 Studios, in an email to staff. Bentley did not directly address all these rumors, but he did say about the show’s end, “You just never know.