Why Yellowstone's Wes Bentley is sure that the fight between the Dutton brothers will lead to bloodshed

Yellowstone is as dangerous as ever, and Wes Bentley said that things are just getting started. Find out what worries the actor who plays Jamie Dutton so much. The Dutton family is about to go to pieces.

During the midseason finale of Yellowstone on January 1, the tension between Jamie Dutton (Wes Bentley) and Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) came to a head when Beth found out the truth about "the train station" and Jamie called for his father, John Dutton (Kevin Costner), the governor of Montana, to be removed from office.

Jamie and Beth were very clear about what they wanted to do. Beth even asked their father to kill his own son.

Wes, on the other hand, says that you shouldn't be surprised if Jamie finishes the job first and kills his sister.

Wes told Entertainment Weekly on January 5: "I think he has to." "There's a sense that this has to happen now because that's the only way the play can work. He is aware of it. T

hey're going to kill him now, just like he thought they would if he played the impeachment game. He likes to play chess. He is three steps ahead. He has given it a lot of thought." In one of the most important parts of the episode, Jamie tells his sister, Beth, "It's over." Beth says, "No, it's not." Wes thinks that this means, "Oh, you're going to try to kill me now."

Wes went on to say that Jamie knows what needs to be done, but he might need help.

Wes thought, "I don't know if he could do it by himself." "He did kill his own father, but he loves Beth more than he did his own father. You should know that they are close. Part of the pain and anger between them comes from the fact that they used to get along really well." Wes said he's just as excited as the rest of us to see how things turn out, even though he joked that he's afraid every script he reads will be his last.

"I just learned not to expect anything but to enjoy the moment," he said. "As many as Jamie has. I feel like I've played a lot of roles at once, and we've been to so many places together. In a way, it would be hard to let him go for good, but I'd feel like I'd done my job if I had to."

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