Kevin Costner hopes to direct 'Western' trilogy
Actor-director Kevin Costner says that he wants to make a 'Western' movie series
Los Angeles: Actor-director Kevin Costner says that he wants to make a 'Western' movie series.
The 59-year-old actor who last helmed 'Open Range' in 2003, revealed that he would like to release the films within a year, reports aceshowbiz.com.
"I've got this 'Western' that I think I could make. I actually have this idea to make them all at once and release one on Memorial Day, one on Thanksgiving, and then one on the Fourth of July, all within a 12 month span, because it's all the same story but it truly is a journey, with a fourth movie coming right after," Collider site quoted him as saying.
"Will I be able to do that? I don't know. But that's what I think about, that's what I try to do. And people go, 'Oh that's really interesting, Kevin.
We don't think we can do that.' And I'm thinking, 'Man, that's a really good idea.' I thought that was a true ongoing series, or sequel if you will, that actually was an honest one. A second one wasn't invented because the first one made a little money," he added.