Ellouston prequel starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren gets a new title

Ellouston prequel starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren gets a new title

The prequel to “Yellowstone”, starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, will get a new title. Now the series is not called “1932”, but “1923”. This was done so that the plot was more influenced by post-war society and the introduction of “prohibition” in the United States, which was in force from 1920 to 1933, according to Deadline.

The Ellouston Prequel starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren has been retitled

Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren

However, the streamer didn't provide any further information on who the actors would play other than saying, “1923 d. focuses on the next two generations of the Dutton family as they struggle to survive a historic drought, lawlessness and prohibition, and an epidemic of cattle theft; everyone fought under the cloud of Montana's Great Depression, which outstripped the nation by nearly a decade.”

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Note, “Yellowstone” was released in 2018 and talked about the millionaire farmer John Dutton, who owns a huge ranch in the national park. In 2021, the first prequel appeared – the series “1883”. He spoke about John Dutton's ancestors who traveled west across the Great Plains to the wild lands of Montana.

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