Like father, like daughter. “Yellowstone” fans saw this philosophy in action after star Cole Hauser’s daughter dressed up like him for Halloween.
Before you get your hopes up, Outsiders, I have to burst your bubble. She did not, in fact, dress up like Rip Wheeler from the iconic Western. As awesome as that would’ve been. Instead, eight-year-old Steely Rose Hauser chose to dress up as a character from one of Hauser’s earlier films.
She channeled James Atkins energy from the 2003 war film “Tears of the Sun,” starring Bruce Willis. Hauser played a prominent role in the film alongside Willis as James “Red” Atkins. The movie focuses on a Special Ops mission in the Nigerian jungle, with Willis and the team trying to save a doctor. But the doctor will only go with them if they take a group of 70 refugees with them too.
The “Yellowstone” star’s daughter incorporated several pieces of the film into her costume. From the looks of Hauser’s wife Cynthia’s Instagram stories, Steely Rose wore camo pants and a stuffed black shirt. The shirt looks stuffed in a way that makes her more muscely. She wore a bunch of buckles strapped over the front of her chest for holding ammo and other necessities. And to top it all off, the eight-year-old wore an old-fashioned headphone system that looks exactly like Hauser’s from the film.
Cynthia Hauser posted a side-by-side pic to her Instagram earlier this weekend. The post shows the “Yellowstone” star with his headpiece and buckled black vest. And then next to him we see Steely Rose with her headpiece and black vest, along with some red blood on her face to add a bit of gore to the costume.
“Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree…🎃 #HappyHalloween2021” Cynthia captioned her post.
‘Yellowstone’ Star Cole Hauser Reveals If Dutton Ranch is a ‘Cult’ or Not
Earlier this month, “Yellowstone” star Cole Hauser sat down with Cowboys & Indians magazine to talk about the upcoming season. At one point, the interviewer asked a question many people think in the back of their heads: Is the Dutton Ranch similar to a cult set-up?
“I don’t know if cult is the right word. It’s more of a secret society, in a way,” Hauser replied. “A society that’s probably been around not only throughout the history of the Dutton family, but prior to it.”
That’s an interesting thought, considering we’ll see a bit of the Duttons’ history in the upcoming prequel show, “1883.”
“They’ve had this tradition, that when you work on the ranch, you come here and you’re branded as a man, and you die as a branded man. That’s your allegiance to the family. But I wouldn’t say cult,” Hauser concluded.