Despite what some may say or think, Josh Brolin isn’t going to entertain ideas that Outer Range is a copycat of Yellowstone. While the two shows are both in the “Western” genre, there isn’t a lot to compare. If you want to get really picky, you could, but what’s the point in that? Both are creatively distinct and with the superstar casts in both series, there’s no way you’re going to see plagiarism on the screen.
While Josh Brolin might be best known for his roles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Dune, the actor recently made his return to television in a major way with Prime Video's Outer Range. The science fiction series utilizes Western elements to tell an incredibly unique story, and it seems like the series has become successful upon its debut earlier this year. Of course, the show's Western exterior has led to comparisons to Yellowstone, Paramount Network's smash hit series that has spawned its own cinematic universe, and has been regarded by some as reigniting the Western genre. Brolin recently addressed those comparisons in an interview with Variety, arguing that Outer Range isn't deliberately piggybacking off of Yellowstone.
Watch: Kevin Costner Talks Bigger Picture of "Yellowstone" at 2022 SAG Awards. All is definitely not quiet on the western front—and Josh Brolin says there's nothing wrong with that. The Oscar nominee stars as Royal Abbott on Prime Video's Outer Range, a sci-fi western about a rancher fighting for...
No kind of about it, Josh Brolin is a big deal. He was Thanos in the MCU, and has starred in some of the best Westerns in modern Hollywood. He’s so good, in fact, that Marvel extended the role of the Mad Titan on the back of his audition.
Josh Brolin Totally Interview Himself About Thanos, And I Love His Question And Take On The ‘700-Pound Purple Guy’
Josh Brolin had the opportunity to chat with Josh Brolin (yes, you’ve read that correctly) about his time as Thanos in the MCU.
Jeremy Renner reacts to Josh Brolin interviewing himself for Actors on Actors after last-minute no-show
Jeremy Renner praised Josh Brolin for salvaging their “Actors on Actors” interview after Renner couldn’t make it.Brolin humorously interviewed himself for the Variety series using clever editing. “When his planned #ActorsOnActors partner was a last-minute no-show, Josh Brolin took matters into his own hands, interviewing himself,” Variety tweeted Monday (13 June).Renner reacted on his Instagram Story, writing, “I got stuck in a snow storm... and let my good man down,” alongside a clip from the interview. “But he crushed it as he always does,” the Hawkeye star added along with three love heart emojis.The interview features Brolin falling asleep...
Josh Brolin might play a lot of heavies, but the tough guy actor is surprisingly light on his feet. Just look what happened when Brolin showed up to participate in the latest installment of Variety's Actors on Actors series, in which two buzzy performers engage in a friendly discussion about their lives and careers. He was meant to chat with Jeremy Renner, but when the Hawkeye star failed to show Brolin had no choice but to bifurcate himself and occupy both seats.
Emmy Predictions: Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Josh Brolin and Kevin Costner’s Take on the Western Genre Could Earn Emmy Attention
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Click here to read the full article. When his planned conversation partner, Jeremy Renner, is a last-minute no-show, Josh Brolin decides to flip the Actors on Actors script and plumb his résumé, his love for acting, his insecurities and his ego in a first for this franchise: Actor on Actor. Here, the star of the Amazon Studios-produced sci-fi Western “Outer Range” interrogates his greatest artistic rival: himself. JOSH BROLIN: OK. I’m nervous. I’ve always been a big fan, and you have this new show, “Outer Range.” I saw the first two, and it’s incredible. It makes you just want to...
It's been a long-standing debate within the comic book film community whether or not superhero films deserve a spot at the grand stage of the Oscars but Marvel Studios has been campaigning real hard for years. To its credit, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been nominated at the Academy Awards on more than one occasion but sadly, none of them have been for major awards.
Josh Brolin is a parent, so putting out fires is his forte. So when actor Jeremy Renner pulled a "last-minute no-show" during their Monday "Variety" interview, the "Outer Range" star knew what to do: He interviewed himself. "OK. I’m nervous. I’ve always been a big fan," Josh began the self-interview....
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Goonies never say die — not that Stephen Colbert would know. Josh Brolin, who counts himself among Colbert's longtime friends, appeared on the host's late-night show Thursday and participated in the rapid-fire segment "The Colbert Questionnaire." When asking Brolin things like what he thinks the scariest animal is and if he prefers apples or oranges, he tossed something a little deeper into the mix: "What do you think happens when we die?"
Though The Goonies was a popular adventure comedy when it debuted in 1985, Stephen Colbert admitted to actor Josh Brolin that he's never seen the film. Brolin is out doing press for his new Prime Video trippy Western thriller Outer Range, which included an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Brolin and the host played a round of "The Colbert Questionert," which involves the guest answering a round of questions. The very first question brought up the topic of The Goonies, though it had more to do with a comment from a member of the studio audience.
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Birth Place: Santa Monica, California, United States. School: Santa Barbara High School, Templeton High School. Kids/Children Name: Yes(2) Josh James Brolin, or as we all know him as Josh Brolin, is an American actor who has worked in various movies in his career. From Big Screen time to Television world, he has performed in every aspect in the span of his acting career and still performs. He has featured in various big films and Television series such as Men in Black 3, No Country for Old Men, etc.
He’s been in plenty of great movies, but Josh Brolin is not the kind of actor who sticks out. In fact, that’s one of his great skills as an actor. He’s versatile and seems as comfortable playing a giant purple alien in a Marvel movie as he is playing a Hollywood fixer for the Coen brothers. He can play a villain or a hero and do both incredibly well.