Matthew McConaughey Demands Big Bucks to Star in Yellowstone Spin-Off: Will He Replace Kevin Costner?

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 01/01/2024
Matthew McConaughey has reportedly requested a substantial salary to potentially become the new representative of the popular television series, Yellowstone. Sources claim that he believes his involvement is crucial for the success of the proposed spin-off, which could potentially replace Kevin Costner.
Insiders indicate that Matthew and his team are confident in his suitability for the upcoming post-Kevin version of Yellowstone. However, the producers of the series have expressed hesitation in agreeing to the significant amount requested by the Interstellar actor.
Paramount has yet to respond to Matthew's request for $2.5 million per episode, according to a source. There is a real possibility that Matthew may explore other opportunities if a resolution is not reached in a timely manner.

According to another source, it was anticipated that the conclusion of the Hollywood strikes would lead to a swift resolution, but it seems that they are taking a long time to meet his demands.

According to, Kevin's negotiations for the show fell apart because the bosses were unable to accommodate his scheduling requests. As a result, the actor decided to completely withdraw from the show.

According to an insider, there are reports that Matthew is feeling restless because he needs to address potential conflicts between his movie career and the spinoff of the modern-day TV western about the Dutton family. Matt is eager to proceed with this deal. He has very high expectations and believes he deserves it. He expects the authorities to improve their performance, or else he will leave. The insider's story continued.

According to a source, Matthew has never taken this long to make a deal, especially considering his Oscar win for Dallas Buyers Club. Producers are questioning the value of Yellowstone, as it stands as a unique and distinct entity.


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