It seemed too crazy that Westworld might spoil Season 2 in one fell swoop – and with good reason. Despite some Reddit teasing, Westworld was never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down, never gonna run around and desert you.
Books man, who needs ‘em! Michael B. Jordan‘s Montag sure doesn’t until he learns the terrifying truths about his authoritarian society and uncovers the lies he’s been fed. That’s right, a new Fahrenheit 451 adaptation is on the w…
Hang on to your hats, because the Man in Black certainly didn’t. Our first formal poster for Westworld Season 2 teases an ominous end to Ed Harris’ anti-heroic gunslinger, while a new featurette takes us behind the scenes.
Just when we’d prepped a fresh conspiracy board for Westworld Season 2, the cast tells us to start all over again. Stars Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright hint at a number of undiscovered easter eggs from the first season that may not pay off until Season 7 (!).
Westworld fans are champing at the bit to unravel Season 2’s mysteries, but showrunners are prepared this time. Co-creator Jonathan Nolan hints that they’ve developed a “controversial” strategy to avoid Reddit piecing together every twist ahead of schedule.
Our violent delights spent the entirety of 2017 without violent ends, and Westworld is finally making up for lost time. Sneak another peek at Season 2 with a new round of photos from the April premiere, including some surprising makeovers for the hosts.
Well, if Game of Thrones’ intent was to sow confusion with claims of shooting multiple endings, it’s working. Star Maisie Williams is the latest to cast doubt on the already-obfuscating rumor, hinting not even HBO has the budget for that.
Oh, that Westworld – always dragging you deeper into the maze. If you were hyped for the Season 2 trailer that played during Super Bowl Sunday, just wait until you get a look at a modified spot hidden on the Westworld website, including multiple new characters and a look at the other parks.
Violent delights have violent ends, and that’s doubly-true for football fans. So it is, that Westworld might be getting in on the big game with its first formal Season 2 trailer; hinted at in a cryptic new promo for the Delos corporation.
It’s happening – J.J. Abrams is writing and creating a new drama for HBO. The Fringe and LOST creator has sold new outer space drama Demimonde to the Westworld network with a full series order, following a tense bidding war with Apple.