Country superstar Tim McGraw recently shared a story about being slapped by his wife Faith Hill while filming the new “Yellowstone” prequel, “1883.”
“It’s been incredible to do scenes together and to watch her work,” McGraw told People about his time working with his wife.
“We had this scene where she has to slap me. I was expecting a finger slap but it was a paw to the jaw. There was 25 years of pent-up aggression going on!” McGraw joked. “When you see it on screen, you realize it was a genuine hit.”
Although both McGraw and Hill have acted in several films, this is the first time they are both working together. McGraw made his film debut in 2004’s Friday Night Lights and has featured in eight other films, while Hill starred in 2004’s Stepford Wives and 2017’s Dixieland.
“1883” is a prequel to “Yellowstone” and follows the Dutton family as they flee poverty in Texas and embark on a journey through the Great Plains to seek a better future in Montana. McGraw and Hill star as James and Margaret Dutton.
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