The Deadwood movie has been picking up some momentum over the past year.
"Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that HBO is eyeing a Fall 2018 production start for the expletive-drenched drama's long-in-the-works revival movie".
Since 2006, Deadwood fans have been hungry for more, and there has been talk of a movie that wraps up the series for over a decade. HBO refused to comment on the project, which hasn't yet been officially greenlit.
The project has been in the words for a long time, with the most recent news coming in July when HBO Programming president Casey Bloys said at the network's summer press tour that the project was coming together. "If we can do it on a budget that makes sense for us, and if we can get the cast together, we're inclined to do it".
Deadwood, which was created by David Milch, ran for three seasons from 2004 to 2006. Deadwood attracts people looking to get rich after a huge gold strike, as well as those looking to capitalize on the lack of organized law in the town, built on land stolen from the Sioux.
Earlier this year, star Ian McShane, who plays Al Swearengen, spoke about this hopes that the movie would happen.