Kevin Costner ignored demands to transform his $100M two-part film Horizon: An American Saga into a TV series because he values the big screen 'experience'  

Despite mounting disappointment for the four-part film series, Kevin Costner has stubbornly refused to consider adapting his $100 million epic Horizon  

An American Saga for television. He reportedly values the "experience" of being on the big screen too highly.  

Chapter 2 of Horizon will be released in the US on August 16, 2024, following the publication of Chapter 1 on June 28, 2024,   

however critics have panned the previous installment.  

Costner, 69, who starred in Yellowstone and put about $38 million of his own money into the picture, told Empire that he is taking a risk by bringing the story to theaters.  

"Someone told me, 'Listen, Kevin, don't do this. Let's do this.'" he explained.  

However, I am pleased with my current actions. For me, nothing beats the huge screen.  

In that experience, I have faith. My faith in what's on the horizon for your TV is strong as well.  

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