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YELLOWSTONE fans have begun speculating how the show will end. But what does Kevin Costner think about this?

PUBLISHED: 19:37, Sat, Nov 14, 2020 | UPDATED: 19:37, Sat, Nov 14, 2020

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Yellowstone is currently filming its fourth season ahead of a return to screens in 2021. However, Kevin Costner has already opened up on what he thinks the future will hold for his character John Dutton when the hit Western finally comes to an end.

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How will Yellowstone end for John Dutton?

Western drama Yellowstone brought its third season to an end on the Paramount Network earlier this year.

The show shocked fans with a dramatic finale as a number of the characters were left in danger.

One of those in trouble was John Dutton who was shot while helping a woman at the side of the road.

Ahead of the fourth season, it is not yet known what the future holds for the character.

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Yellowstone ending: How will the show end for John Dutton?Yellowstone ending: How will the show end for John Dutton? (Image: PARAMOUNT)

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However, actor Costner has opened up about how it might end for John.

In an interview with IndieWire back in 2019, the star revealed his thoughts about his trajectory.

He explained how he was not sure if John would be able to be satisfied by the end of the show.

Speaking about this, Costner said: “I don’t see that path.

Yellowstone ending:Yellowstone ending: John was shot in the finale (Image: PARAMOUNT)

“If [John] keeps making these same mistakes, people will lose faith in who [he is], even as a character.

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