We all know movies like True Grit (2010), No Country for Old Men, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and the likes of these movies. While True Grit was a remake, it captured our souls when the screen came to life. The minds of Ethan and Joel Coen are masterful, wonderful, and simply magical when it comes to creating on screen masterpieces. They didn’t disappoint when it came to their last work of art, Fargo. So why would it be any different now with their newest piece?
Ethan and Joel Coen give you the real feel of what westerns were back in the day. If western was a genre, the Coen brothers would be the masters of the western genre. They’ve got the perfect amount of grit, grease, and gun-slinging mixed with the perfect amount grunge and love.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs will be a six part mini series that follows six different story lines that are narrated by the brother, Ethan and Joel Coen. This anthology will be directed and produced by Ethan and Joel along with Megan Ellison and Sue Naegle from Annapurna Television.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs seems to be a story of– You guessed it, Buster Scruggs. A ballad of sorts when it comes telling a story in the way of a song. This will be the Coen brothers’ introduction to television, so to speak. Netflix is a great introductions to television to give you everything that you need when it comes to a soft-core entrance to something new like tv and television shows.
Buster Scruggs will be played by Tim Blake Nelson. Tim Blake Nelson plays large roles in the Coen brothers’ films. While he may not be the main character in all their films, they still give hime decent roles. However, this time he get the big role in a smaller anthology.
We can expect to see this work of art out in 2018 but that seems so far away. The time that we’ve got to wait for this western anthology seems more of a hassle than it does a joyous burst of news right at the moment, but with due time, we will see the masterpiece on the screen.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs will be streaming on Netflix sometime in 2018. But all good things are worth the wait, right? How will you do waiting for Ethan and Joel’s newest work of art? The wait may be long, but surely they won’t disappoint. Are you excited for their news work?