Game of Thrones certainly made the most of its final Emmy season before 2018 (a summer premiere will do that to you), but will Westworld pick up the slack for 2017? Find out for yourself, as a new featurette goes behind the scenes, while HBO delivers two more promos.
We’re just about two weeks out from the premiere of HBO’s rebooted Westworld, a new take on the 1973 film that dives deeper into the awakening automatons themselves, than the tourists who abuse them. It won’t take long for the tables to start turning, however, judging by the first full October premiere synopsis.
Paramount to the appeal of HBO’s new Westworld TV series is that the Bad Robot-backed drama will explore the 1973 film concept from the point of view of its android attractions, rather than attendees of the park. As such, the latest trailer for the October premiere feels appropriately dreamlike and spooky, as the world of Westworld falls apart, piece, by piece.
HBO has a lot riding on its upcoming Westworld adaptation, and we don’t just mean the horses. Production delays have left many wondering if the series might go the way of Vinyl with another one-season flop, but according to reports, HBO actually scheduled the delay to map out five or six more seasons’ worth of Westworld.
HBO’s Westworld has captured significant interest over the last year, not solely by its production troubles, but for its revamped approach to the 1973 film. We’ve seen a few photos and teasers, but a new batch offers a closer look at the heroes and villains, teasing a surprising change for one iconic figure.
The countdown has officially begun to HBO’s Westworld, just one month before the long-awaited premiere. To celebrate, the new HBO cyber-western has a creepy new poster going up close and personal with the androids populating its fictional world.
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HBO wouldn’t let an anticipated finale go by without a trailer for its biggest wares, and so it is that the extra-long Night Of closer brings us a new look at Westworld. There’s something very wrong with this world, as Ed Harris’ Man in Black shoots his way through a dark new trailer of the remade cyber-western.
If anything can pluck HBO out of its current drama slump, Westworld might finally do the trick. A series of stops and starts finally gave way to an October premiere, and a new round of cast photos should make that wait just a bit less painful.
HBO may not have delivered a new trailer to go along with its formal confirmation that Westworld would debut on October 2, but the latest photos at least help preview its expansive cast. In addition to the latest story details, get a new look at Westworld in these fresh character portraits.