We’ve known for months that Westworld would be returning this spring, but until now we were left to speculate on a date. Thankfully, one of the cast has made the guessing game a little easier courtesy of his latest Instagram post!
Westworld‘s season two debut is just a few short months away, and the news is slowly starting to roll in as promotion efforts kick into gear. While we anxiously await a premiere date, we do have a couple of tidbits to share. First up is an interview with James Marsden, our favorite “white-hatted” hero, Teddy Flood. Marsden spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the amount of hard work the cast and crew has put in to ensuring Westworld has another incredible season.
Thandie Newton on Her Unusual Westworld Audition; Jimmi Simpson Comments on William’s Role in Season 2
Maeve Millay – one of the fan favorite characters on Westworld – is expertly portrayed by actress Thandie Newton. It would be difficult to imagine anyone else for the role, but Newton admits in a new interview that her audition with showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy did not go as smoothly as she had hoped!
As we FINALLY enter the year that Westworld‘s second season is premiering (woohoo!), the show’s co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy are by no means pumping their brakes.
According to the conference’s website, Nolan and Joy have officially been announced as featured speakers for SXSW’s 2018 conference, taking place March 9th-18th in Austin, TX. The duo will be part of the ‘Entertainment Influencers’ sessions, and while an exact date and time for their talk have yet to be announced, their session will fall somewhere between March 10th and 13th.
For over a year now, fans have been patiently (eh, more like impatiently) waiting for Westworld‘s second season to drop. Lucky for us, it seems the show is in the midst of taking another giant step toward making our dreams a reality!
As evidenced by a couple of the cast members’ social media posts, Westworld is officially starting to wrap some of its actors from filming. This fantastic news for fans, as it means the show is getting closer to capturing all of its content for the season. This also serves as great news for the show and its cast and crew, who are all aiming to have filming completed by Christmas (at least according to Ed Harris [Man In Black]).
Filming on Westworld‘s second season is winding to a close, which means we are only a few short months away from the premiere! News has been scarce – and interviews even scarcer – but hopefully that will change as our favorite Westworld stars enjoy a well-deserved break from the rigors of production! Thankfully our favorite villain/anti-hero, Ed Harris (William aka Man in Black), took time out of his busy schedule to speak with Cowboys & Indians. Read on for his thoughts on Westworld‘s first season and what to expect in season two.
It looks like Westworld is another step closer to finishing work on its second season! A couple of weeks ago we reported that the series would head to the California High Desert for a December shoot, and according to 23ABC News in Bakersfield, filming in the area is now complete. While there may be a few scenes left, this was likely the final time for Westworld to film on location, which is set to premiere season two next spring.
It’s no secret that HBO loves teasing their upcoming content. Every so often they release a ‘Coming Soon’ trailer, and today they decided to release the latest one – and one that features new footage from Westworld‘s second season!
Without further ado, let’s jump right in and dissect each shot in the trailer…
As Westworld season 2 production – thankfully – resumes in California, we have some exclusive pictures to share courtesy of Westworld Watchers reader Jeanne! You may remember that Jeanne provided several photos of Westworld‘s Melody Ranch set back in October, one of which showed a Japanese structure. Now we have a closer look at this building; check it out below the cut!
As we first reported yesterday, production on the second season of Westworld was temporarily shut down after wildfires erupted in Southern California near the show’s Melody Ranch set.
Luckily, working conditions have since improved, and according to CNN, the show is back up and running as of today!