From the red carpet of The Hollywood Reporter and History Channel's special screening of Hatfields & McCoys, star Kevin Costner opens up about his character, "Devil" Anse Hatfield.
"From the first page I started reading and understanding and I got lodged completely in the story," he said. "I was thrilled with the history of our country. Even when it borders on being embarrassing or violent or shameful, I'm still thrilled with the story of our country and the Hatfields and McCoys are part of that DNA."
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The president of History and Lifetime Networks Nancy Dubuc on the making of their three-part miniseries starring Kevin Costner, Tom Berenger and Bill Paxton.
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THR and The History Channel hosted a special screening of The Hatfields & McCoys a three-part miniseries based on the real-life feud between two Southern families in the 1800s.
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