'Yellowstone' Star Cole Hauser Looks Unrecognizable without His Beard in This New Movie Role
Cole Hauser promoted his latest movie, "The Last Champion" on Instagram with a dramatic thriller that got fans' hearts beating with excitement.
Cole Hauser is one of Hollywood's heartthrobs best known for his role as Rip Wheeler on the Western drama series "Yellowstone." The actor was chosen as the lead role for a new movie and couldn't help but share his excitement.
The actor shared a short trailer of the wrestling movie, "The Last Champion" which revealed his character John Wright, a local wrestler who made it to the Olympics. It also showed the wrestling team's intense training session.
Cole Hauser from 'Yellowstone' at the Comedy Central, Paramount Network and TV Land summer press day at The London Hotel on May 30, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
There were clips of the boys running through the woods, training in the gymnasium, and doing various exercises. The trailer ended with an important match but fans were more shocked by the absence of Hauser's signature beard.
Hauser stars in the film "The Last Champion," which is centered around his character's fall from grace.
The 45-year-old TV star's post received supportive comments from fans online, who expressed their excitement for the upcoming movie and the actor disclosed the release date by writing:
"@thelastchampionfilm comes out tomorrow Dec 8th on Amazon, iTunes, and google play! Heart has no rival."
Asides from his movie, Hauser achieved another milestone this year when he flaunted his body for People's Sexiest Man Alive 2020 issue. He also discussed the series "Yellowstone" and his relationship with the lead male, Kevin Costner.
Costner's character John Dutton and Hauser's have a good relationship on the series but off screen, the actors were just as close. The 45-year-old described his co-star as a "wonderful person" and considered it an honor to work with him.
However, Hauser stars in the film "The Last Champion," which is centered around his character's fall from grace as his hometown's hero due to a mistake and his road to redemption as the coach of his high school's wrestling team.
Hauser revealed to sources that although his character was a wrestling star, he had never wrestled before as he was a football player in high school, but this didn't stop him from training for the role.
The 45-year-old also praised his co-star Sean Scully for being in good shape. "The Last Champion" is an emotional sports drama based on family and second chances with A-list cast including Hallie Todd, Glenn Withrow, and Ivy Withrow.