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Yellowstone's Kevin Costner praised for being a 'real man' as he shows support for Liz Cheney
MORE: Yellowstone star Kevin Costner named top TV earner along with Mahershala AliLiz, the daughter of former Vice-President Dick Cheney, has become a Republican pariah after acting as vice chair of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol; she is currently trailing 20 points to MAGA candidate Harriet Hageman who has been endorsed by Donald Trump.WATCH: Kevin Costner will soon return to screens for Yellowstone season fiveNow Kevin, whose hit series Yellowstone films in the state of Wyoming, has shared he is backing Liz, wearing a T-shirt that reads: "I'm for Liz Cheney."Liz shared the post and captioned it "real men put country over politics," referencing Kevin's status as an independent voter and tendency to vote for liberal politicians.MORE: 5 things you probably didn't know about hit Western drama YellowstoneEXCLUSIVE: Lainey Wilson reveals 'dream come true' at 2022 CMT Music AwardsKevin rocked the tee with blue denim jeans and cowboy boots, and a black cowboy hat.He appeared to be on the set of the upcoming fifth season of the show.Real men put country over party. pic.twitter.com/7FaJpahtllLiz shared the picture on social mediaThe actor stars as the lead John Dutton in the popular Paramount series.
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Jason Sudeikis, Kevin Costner and More of Television's Highest Paid Stars' Salaries Revealed
A-list movie stars moving over to television for episodic projects, the high-end of TV paychecks are only getting bigger!While it used to be news when sitcom stars like Charlie Sheen, the cast of, the stars of and others renegotiated contracts to get $1 million per episode, that sort of financial commitment used to be based on the performance of the show itself.However, with Oscar-winners lending their talents — and their prestige — to gritty dramas and award-worthy limited series orders, some stars are taking home million-dollar salaries for their first or second seasons, before the show's even had a chance to establish itself.Recently, broke down some of the astronomical paychecks TV stars are earning, and the numbers are surprising.According to the report, Kevin Costner is possibly the highest-paid actor on TV, taking home $1.3 million per episode for his performance in It's a number only rivaled by Mahershala Ali, who is reportedly getting around $1.3 million for his role on, which is set to air on Hulu and has not yet premiered.Meanwhile, Elisabeth Moss has also moved into the highest ranks of paycheck earners for her new series for Apple TV+, taking home $1.1 million. Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren are also taking home big bucks, earning $1 million per episode for their roles in the prequel series Michael Keaton is reportedly earning the same for his award-winning performance in Hulu's drama miniseries, as is Sylvester Stallone for his role in the upcoming series.
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Yellowstone's Kevin Costner leads highest paid stars on TV by raking in $1.3 M PER EPISODE
The salaries of TV's biggest stars were revealed on Wednesday.Kevin Costner, 67, who stars as patriarch John Dutton on Paramount Network's hit show Yellowstone, shared the top spot withMahershala Ali, 48, from The Plot (currently in pre-production), with both stars raking ina whopping $1.3million per episode according to Variety.Right on their heels - earning $1million per episode - wasSylvester Stallone (Tulsa King), Michael Keaton (Dopesick), Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren (1923),Will Ferrell andPaul Rudd (The Shrink Next Door), and Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso). The big bucks:Kevin Costner, 67, was revealed to be one of the highest earning TV stars, ranking in $1.3M per episode for starring on Paramount Network's hit show Yellowstone Highest Paid TV StarsKevin Costner - $1.3m (Yellowstone)Mahershala Ali - $1.3m (The Plot)Michael Keaton - $1m (Dopesick)Harrison Ford andHelen Mirren -$1m (1923)Will Ferrell andPaul Rudd -$1m (The Shrink Next Door)Jason Sudeikis - $1m (Ted Lasso)Sylvester Stallone -$1m (Tulsa King)Elizabeth Olsen - $875k (Love and Death)Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto - $750k (We Crashed)Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne -$750k (Platonic)Brie Larson - $750k (Lessons in Chemistry)Natasha Lyonne - $500k (Poker Face)Elizabeth Moss -$500k (Shining Girls)David Harbour and Winona Ryder - $450k (Stranger Things)Angela Bassett - $450k (9-1-1)Peter Krause - $350k (9-1-1)Matt Bomer - $300k (Fellow Travelers)Jonathan Bailey - $225k (Fellow Travelers)Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher and Justin H.
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Emmy nomination SNUBS 2022: Yellowstone is ignored
Kevin Costner's non-woke smash-hit series Yellowstone has been snubbed from the Emmy Awards again – with the actor and director not getting a look in.The smash-hit Paramount + show is not the only one to be completely ignored, with several other big-name actors getting the cold shoulder.Yellowstone, which pulls in more than 10 million viewers, has been largely snubbed by the Emmys for years – and has been called anti-woke.It did not get recognized in the Best Drama category, with star Kevin Costner, who is also an executive producer, being one of many stars left off the list.The show’s only nomination by the guild was last year for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour or More), but it failed to win.It did land a Screen Actors Guild nomination this year, but did not come away with the top prize.The nominations for the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which honor the best in television, were announced on Tuesday morning.Succession, Pam & Tommy, Hacks, Ted Lasso and Only Murders In The Building did well, but several big names were left off the list. Not on the Emmy list:The smash hit Paramount + show Yellowstone did not get recognized in the Best Drama category and its star Kevin Costner was left off the list Not a big city show:Although Yellowstone is often compared to HBO's Succession - they came out the same year and are both family-business dramas - it breaks the mold for hit series as it's based not on the East or West coasts, but in Montana.
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Emmy nomination SNUBS 2022: Yellowstone is ignored
Kevin Costner's non-woke smash-hit series Yellowstone has been snubbed from the Emmy Awards again – with the actor and director not getting a look in.The smash-hit Paramount + show is not the only one to be completely ignored, with several other big-name actors getting the cold shoulder.Yellowstone, which pulls in more than 10 million viewers, has been largely snubbed by the Emmys for years – and has been called anti-woke.It did not get recognized in the Best Drama category, with star Kevin Costner, who is also an executive producer, being one of many stars left off the list.The show’s only nomination by the guild was last year for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour or More), but it failed to win.It did land a Screen Actors Guild nomination this year, but did not come away with the top prize.The nominations for the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which honor the best in television, were announced on Tuesday morning.Succession, Pam & Tommy, Hacks, Ted Lasso and Only Murders In The Building did well, but several big names were left off the list. Not on the Emmy list:The smash hit Paramount + show Yellowstone did not get recognized in the Best Drama category and its star Kevin Costner was left off the list Not a big city show:Although Yellowstone is often compared to HBO's Succession - they came out the same year and are both family-business dramas - it breaks the mold for hit series as it's based not on the East or West coasts, but in Montana.
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Sylvester Stallone, Jessica Chastain, Gillian Anderson to Feature at Paramount+ U.K. Launch – Global Bulletin
Naman Ramachandran Streamer Paramount+ is set to make a splash at its U.K. launch in London on June 20, with a galaxy of stars from its original shows set to feature at the hot ticket event. Graham Norton (Paramount+’s “Queen of the Universe”) will host the event which will feature stars from Paramount’s series and films including Gillian Anderson, Viola Davis and Michelle Pfeiffer (“The First Lady”); Jessica Chastain and Michael Shannon (“George & Tammy”); Miranda Cosgrove (“iCarly”); Kevin Costner and Kelly Reilly (“Yellowstone”); Tawny Cypress and Melanie Lynskey (“Yellowjackets”); Chiwetel Ejiofor, Naomie Harris and Bill Nighy (“The Man Who Fell To Earth”); Joey Essex, Chloe Ferry, Bethan Kershaw and James Tindale (“All Star Shore”); Matthew Goode and Juno Temple (“The Offer”); Shelley Hennig, Tyler Hoechlin, Tyler Posey, Crystal Reed and Holland Roden (“Teen Wolf”); Faith Hill and Tim McGraw (“1883”); Sonequa Martin-Green (“Star Trek Discovery”); Natascha McElhone and Pablo Schreiber (“Halo”); Kate Mulgrew (“Star Trek Prodigy); David Oyelowo (“Bass Reeves”); and Sylvester Stallone (“Tulsa King”).
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Foo Fighters share details of two tribute concerts after death of Taylor Hawkins
Foo Fighters have shared details of two tribute concerts after the tragic death of their drummer Taylor Hawkins.MORE: Gavin Rossdale pays emotional tribute to Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins after his untimely deathThe band announced the two shows will take place on 3 September in London at Wembley Stadium and on 27 September at he Kia Forum in Los Angeles.WATCH: Stars gone too soon "For our dear friend, our badass bandmate, our beloved brother…Foo Fighters and The Hawkins family bring you the Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts," the tweet read, confirming the news.Taylor's wife Alison also issued a statement thanking fans "for the outpouring of love each and every one of you have shown our beloved Taylor," as well as the band: "We consider every band member and the extended Foo Fighters team our family."MORE: Kate Beckinsale says 'life can shatter' in tribute to her beloved dadMORE: Yellowstone's Kevin Costner mourns sad death of co-star and close friend with heartfelt tribute "Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear and Rami Jaffee will come together with the Hawkins family to celebrate the life, music and love of their husband, father, brother and bandmate with The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts," the announcement read, revealing that a full lineup for the concerts will be forthcoming."As one of the most respected and beloved figures in modern music, Taylor’s monolithic talent and magnetic personality endeared him to millions of fans, peers, friends and fellow musical legends the world over. Millions mourned his untimely passing on March 25, with passionate and sincere tributes coming from fans as well as musicians Taylor idolized.
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