Timothy Olyphant Says ‘Deadwood: The Movie’ Reminded Him How Much He Stole From His Co-Stars

Timothy Olyphant Says ‘Deadwood: The Movie’ Reminded Him How Much He Stole From His Co-Stars
Since “Deadwood” ended its three-year run on HBO in 2006, Timothy Olyphant was always pretty sure of one thing about the profane Western series created by David Milch: It was not coming back.

“I thought it was never going to happen,” Olyphant told theWrap about a revival of the series in which he played Seth Bullock, a lawman in a lawless town. “There was no reason for it to happen. I think I’m on record as saying it’s tough to get that many people together for a barbecue.”

But Milch agreed to make a two-hour movie, “Deadwood: The Movie,” which picks up with the denizens of the town of Deadwood 10 years after the original series ended — and Olyphant, who in the intervening years had played the bad guy in “Live Free or Die Hard” and starred on the series “Justified,” among other jobs, finally realized that it might
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