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‘Yellowstone’s Cole Hauser Wraps Up Filming Season 4, Already Begins Next Project

by Halle Ames
Photo credit: Paramount Network / Yellowstone Photo Gallery / Viacom

Cole Hauser just can’t stay still! As soon as he was done filming Yellowstone season four, he was onto the next project. 

Cole Hauser plays the loyal Yellowstone ranch hand, and the enforcer for the Dutton family, Rip Wheeler. Hauser posted on his Twitter and Instagram accounts yesterday telling fans that the cast has just finished filming season four of the captivating drama. 

Cole Hauser is Onto the Next One

As soon as the cameras were off and season four of Yellowstone was a wrap, Hauser grabbed a flight to Puerto Rico for his next gig

“Finished Yellowstone S4 yesterday. Landed in #puertorico last night. This is my new movie, #panama. Inspired by true events in 1989. Pics to come!”

The tweet has over 30 retweets, ten quote tweets, as well as 1,200 likes. 

He posted the same caption on his Instagram with a picture of an oceanside table with a script on it. It reads “Panama, By Daniel Adame & William Barber, Inspired by True Events, 11/12/20.”

That little teaser was all Hauser needed to do to get his over 341,000 loyal fans excited for the next movie. 

The picture received more than 44,300 likes, while nearly 1,500 commented about their admiration for the 45-year-old actor.

One woman wrote, saying, “Not much rest, enjoy your new adventure. Can’t wait to see this movie and you and Mel👍🏼💜,” while another said, “Ahh can’t wait!!!! You’re an amazing actor!!! 🔥”

Panama, 1989

In 1989, the United States invaded Panama in an operation codenamed Operation Just Cause. The US took action to fight against the war on drugs that Panama was trafficking at high volumes to the US and Europe. The operation lasted over a month between December 1989 until late January 1990 under President George H. W. Bush. Nearly 350 soldiers from Panama and America died, and over 2,000 were injured.