Kris Kristofferson And Trace Adkins Reunite In Hickok
The film Hickok stars Luke Hemsworth in the title role of a 1870s folk hero. Kris Kristofferson and Trace Adkins are reuniting in this western movie.
Kristofferson will play George Knox, the mayor of Abilene, Kansas, while fellow country singer Adkins will portray Hickok’s rival and saloon owner Phil Poe. Oscar winner Bruce Dern also stars in the movie, as Doc Rivers O’Roark. Infamous gunslinger and outlaw “Wild Bill” Hickok (Luke Hemsworth) attempts to escape his past by settling in the small town of Abilene, Kansas. The mayor (Kris Kristofferson), captivated by Wild Bill’s unparalleled gun skills, offers him a job as the town marshal. Attempts to protect the town are soon challenged when a band of outlaws threaten Wild Bill and the laws he administered.
The film will be released in 10 cities, including New York and Los Angeles, on July 7th, 2017.
Adkins and Kristofferson last appeared in Timothy Woodward, Jr.’s 2016 film Traded. The filmmaker is also the director of this new western.