‘Yellowstone’ TV: Cole Hauser’s Latest Instagram Post Says It All

by Kayla Zadel
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Cole Hauser is making his followers stop, drop and think for a second with his new social post. The “Yellowstone” actor is getting inspirational with his fans this Friday.

Hauser shares a pic of a thought-provoking post. “Enough said,” he simply writes in the caption. Well when the featured photo describes how you feel, not much more needs to be written.

The moving post reads, “No matter how big your house is, how recent your car is, or how big your bank account is. The grave is still going to be the same size!!! STAY HUMBLE”

“Love this” and “Amen” fill Hauser’s comments. There are also many raised-hands emjois.

Cole Hauser Rides Into New Role

When Cole Hauser is playing the big, burly Rip Wheeler on “Yellowstone,” he’s busy making motion pictures. Apparently, he still rides one means of transportation. But he’s switching out his chaps and horse of a biker jacket and motorcycle.

The movie, “Panama” is an action thriller. Hauser is co-starring alongside Mel Gibson as he plays a decorated former marina that goes undercover to carry out a high-value arms deal with treacherous enemies. This leads Hauser’s character into the U.S. invasion of Panama. However, the film was shot in Puerto Rico.

However, if fans are hoping to catch another glimpse of Hauser’s character, Rip Wheeler, well they might want to think again. “Panama” is based on real-life events, and doesn’t include any sort of scenic backdrop like the Yellowstone ranch does.

“I’m doing another movie right now called Panama, and it’s totally different than Rip,” Hauser told Hollywood Life in December. “I mean, I never want to play the guy twice. I mean, I play him enough — five months out of the year. I’m always looking for different challenges and different characters that excite me. Rip is his own entity, and I love playing him. He’s a fabulous character, but I’m interested in branching out and seeing different sides of myself.”

Mark Neveldine is directing and shooting the film. Neveldine co-directed the action movies “Crank” and “Crank: High Voltage,” as well as “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance,” per the Hollywood Reporter. He also directed on his own “The Vatican Tapes,” a supernatural thriller. William R. Barber, Richard Switzer, Ian Niles, and Anne Clements are executive producers.

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