The Westworld news continues as we get closer and closer to the second season premiere! In new interviews with Evan Rachel Wood and showrunner Jonathan Nolan, we learn a bit more about Dolores’ and Maeve’s mindsets heading into season two – as well as how their relationships with others will impact their stories.
As promised by composer Ramin Djawadi yesterday, HBO has officially dropped another trailer for Westworld‘s highly-anticipated second season. And with only 24 days until the season premieres, this is definitely the final push of excitement we need!
Included in the trailer is a bunch of new and exciting footage, including a first look at the return of Jimmi Simpson (William), as well as a couple shots of Shogun World. A beautiful orchestral rendition of Nirvana’s song Heart Shaped Box plays over the entire trailer.
Check out the full trailer below the cut, and stay tuned for a breakdown and analysis of every shot coming soon!
Details about Westworld‘s upcoming season are emerging – slowly but surely – in the lead up to the premiere. GamesRadar+ interviewed several cast members about season two, and while they are as secretive as ever, we do get some interesting hints about what to expect. The actors also weigh in on – and thoroughly debunk – a fan theory that has been debated since last season’s finale.
Westworld Roundup: The Cast Talks Show Secrecy; Evan Rachel Wood Compares Westworld to Me Too; Thandie Newton Reveals Her Incorrect Season 2 Prediction
It’s no secret that Westworld has quickly become one of the most secretive shows ever produced. Co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have made it a point of keeping as much information as close to the vest as possible, even when it comes to revealing information to the show’s stars.
While there certainly is an element of frustration that accompanies the feeling of being out of the know, many of the show’s cast have come to terms with it, and have even resorted to humor as a means of discussing it (I know I’d do so as a way to mentally cope).
The Westworld mobile game developed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment debuts next month, and you may want to pay special attention to characters who don’t currently exist in the television series. Polygon reports that the tight collaboration between the Westworld team and WB developers could lead to these new faces making their way onto the show in upcoming seasons.
Given Westworld‘s penchant for mysteries and puzzle solving, it’s no surprise that their latest promotion for the upcoming season involved a little of both! Just a few minutes ago, some of the Westworld cast tweeted cryptic hints about season 2, inviting fans to “ask Aeden” with a link to discoverwestworld.com. Let’s take a look at what we discovered!
We are exactly one month away from the start of Westworld’s second season, but if you can’t wait quite that long we have good news! Yesterday, New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival announced it will air the Westworld season two premiere during their 12 day event, which runs from Wednesday, April 18th to Sunday, April 29th.
The secrecy surrounding Westworld is infamous, with showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy keeping a tight lid on what information is revealed prior to season two. Thankfully, that lid is starting to loosen as the April 22nd premiere date approaches! In the latest cover story from Entertainment Weekly, Nolan, Joy, and several cast members reveal what we can expect from the upcoming season.
Westworld Roundup: Evan Rachel Wood on Season 2; Interview with Set Director Julie Ochipinti; Secret Season Names Revealed!
Promotion is heating up for Westworld’s second season, which is just over a month away! Today we bring you season two insights from Evan Rachel Wood (Dolores Abernathy), a peek behind the scenes with Set Decorator Julie Ochipinti, and an interesting revelation from showrunners and co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy.