I don't feel like drinking (coffee).
“Yellowstone” star Cole Hauser is launching his own coffee brand, Free Rain, just 24 hours after show creator Taylor Sheridan's Bosk Ranch filed a lawsuit against Hauser's new company. It was advertised.
“Morning Cruise” @freereincoffeecompany Get up and chase it! ” the Fast & Furious 2 actor, 48, wrote on social media.
he shared it post She also included a snapshot of herself drinking joe on a yacht by the sunrise.
This photo was posted on November 22nd. This comes just one day after Sheridan, 53, registered the lawsuit on November 21st.
The document was filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas in San Angelo for trademark infringement.
Court documents cited unfair competition and false advertising, alleging that the Free Rein and Bosque Ranches logos were too similar.
Both companies use a familiar symbol that combines the letters B and R.
The “Break Up” actor and the “Wind River” director were actually quite good friends before the Javanese drama ended.
Hauser, who plays cowboy Rip Wheeler on the Paramount+ western series, was harshly critical of Sheridan in an interview in May. WFAA.
“It was very natural in the sense that Taylor and I got to know each other really well. We were in remote places, sometimes in Utah, sometimes in Montana, and we just became close friends. ” he explained.
“And when you spend time with people, especially as a writer like him, he gives you some interesting ideas about who I am, who he is, what we care about, what we want. “He has little interest in speaking in society. And he found Rip to be a good vessel for that,” Hauser added.
However, in the chat that resurfaced, mens journalingl, the “White Oleander” star recalled getting into a physical altercation with Sheridan when they first met in the 1990s.
At the time, Hauser was starring in hits such as School Ties (1992) and Good Will Hunting (1997), and Sheridan was in the same circle as Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.
'Is there a bear in the forest?' I've probably done something like that on every continent,'' Hauser joked about the years-long quarrel.
“I don't think there's anything wrong with fighting,” he said. “Sometimes we get tired of words, so let's badmouth each other. Maybe in the end you'll buy me a Guinness and I'll buy you a Bushmills and that's it. It’s the kind of thing men do.”
in 2020 Interview on Ryen Rusillo's podcastHauser even called Sheridan “a really fierce guy.”
“He's a guy who likes to work hard until he's done, and when he's done, he likes to have a good drink and have fun,” Hauser said.
Last month, it was confirmed that the final episode of Yellowstone (season 5 part 2) would premiere in November 2024.