The “Lonesome Dove” and “Secretariat” star spoke with us about “Let Him Go,” her upcoming film with Kevin Costner.
Diane Lane joined us Friday for a wide-ranging Facebook Chat, during which we talked about everything from how to deal with stress during the current pandemic shutdown — just like the rest of us, she’s learning to cope — to her starring role opposite Kevin Costner in Let Him Go, writer-director Thomas Bezucha’s masterfully suspenseful drama, which is now set for a November 6 release by Focus Features.
If you missed our Friday conversation, don’t fret: You can access the playback through the YouTube link posted below. And if you want to learn more about how Lane and Costner collaborated on Let Him Go, read the cover story in our current issue.
Based on a novel by Larry Watson (Montana 1948), Let Him Go features Lane and Costner as horse ranchers in 1950s Montana who embark on a perilous journey to the Dakotas to retrieve their young grandson, who has been spirited away by their late son’s widow and her new husband, and taken with them to the homestead of the husband’s notoriously intimidating kinfolk.