‘Yellowstone’ Cast Reveal Whether They’re Team Jamie or Team Beth

Mo Brings Lots

Dutton vs. Dutton. Yellowstone‘s first batch of season 5 episodes arrange an epic battle between Jamie Dutton (Wes Bentley) and Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly), and lots of the present’s forged members are able to take sides.

“Truthfully, I do know that is gonna blow folks’s minds, however I’m a fan of Jamie,” Mo Brings Lots, who performs Mo, completely advised Us Weekly at PaleyFest when requested whether or not he’s Crew Beth or Crew Jamie. “The vulnerability that he has, but additionally the struggles. It all the time looks like society — like there’s a lot towards him, however he’s nonetheless making his means by means of.”

Because the right-hand man of Thomas Rainwater (Gil Birmingham), his character on the present is towards just about all the things having to do with the Duttons, however in actual life, Brings Lots, 53, can respect Jamie’s hustle.

“He has that energy, and so I actually admire that character so much,” the Hell on Wheels alum advised Us.

Wendy Moniz, who performs former Montana Governor Lynelle Perry, has the other take that her costar does. “I imply, Lynelle was very near Jamie to start with, however now she’s flipped, so it’s onerous to say,” the previous Home of Playing cards actress, 54, advised Us. “As a viewer, I’m fearful of Beth. So, I assume Crew Beth!”

Daybreak Olivieri, in the meantime, had bother deciding on behalf of her character, Sarah Atwood, who’s in a romantic relationship with Jamie however nonetheless has respect for Beth’s methodology of controlling the highly effective folks round her.

“I might say I’m Crew Jamie clearly, as a result of I’m on his facet, I’m his companion on this, however there’s nearly part of me that additionally would say I’m Crew Beth,” the Home of Lies alum, 42, advised Us. “If I might win my sport, no matter that sport is, I might get Beth to take Jamie out after which I might take Beth out. It looks like it’d be an easy kind of play that I might make. So, it’s a chess transfer, however I don’t know what’s at stake but.”

When the primary half of season 5 wrapped up in January, Beth recommended to her father, John Dutton (Kevin Costner), that they homicide Jamie. Jamie, for his half, then recommended to Sarah that they kill Beth.

Yellowstone Team Jamie or Beth

Wes Bentley as Jamie Dutton and Kelly Reilly as Beth Dutton

The second half of season 5 was set to premiere later this summer time, however that now not appears seemingly provided that filming on the brand new episodes hasn’t begun. “We all know [co-creator Taylor Sheridan] is writing and we’re wanting ahead to getting again,” Moniz advised Us at PaleyFest. “I’m alongside for this experience for so long as [the show] goes. That’s what I can let you know. It’s simply been a dream job.”

Rumors have been swirling for months that manufacturing is on pause due to a feud between Sheridan, 52, and Costner, 68, who reportedly can’t come to an settlement on how a lot the Dances With Wolves director ought to movie for the brand new episodes. In February, Costner’s lawyer Marty Singer slammed the allegation that his shopper refused to work for a couple of week on the subsequent installment.

“The concept that Kevin was solely keen to work one week on the second half of season 5 of Yellowstone is an absolute lie,” Singer advised Puck in February. “It’s ridiculous — and anybody suggesting it shouldn’t be believed for one second. As everybody who is aware of something about Kevin is nicely conscious, he’s extremely passionate concerning the present and has all the time gone means above and past to make sure its success.”

Amid all of the drama, Brings Lots advised Us that he’s making an attempt to deal with the current. “I reside within the second,” he stated when requested what number of extra seasons he thinks Yellowstone might have. “I don’t attempt to suppose too far forward as a result of as soon as I begin doing that, then I get myself into an area that’s uncomfortable. But when I keep within the second, then life continues to be good and peaceable.”

With reporting by Stephanie Webber