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'Westworld' Season 2 Returning Ed Harris' Man in Black
Even as few doubted Westworld would earn official renewal from HBO, the show’s unique premise leaves it difficult to imagine what Season 2 might look like. At least one character central to core Westworld mysteries will return, however, as Ed Harris confirms his involvement with Season 2.
Did You Spot Yul Brynner’s Cameo in ‘Westworld’?
HBO’s Westworld is inspired by the 1973 science-fiction film of the same name by Michael Crichton. The two share the same premise — a Wild West-inspired theme park populated by lifelike robots, which eventually gain sentience — but none of the same characters, and only a vaguely…
‘Westworld’ Season 1, Episode 4 Recap
One scene really stood out to me on this week’s Westworld. Robo-madam Maeve (Thandie Newton), one of the Hosts in the Western park who is beginning to develop consciousness, suddenly remembers one of the many times she’s been killed. She also has a vision of a terrifying man in a white…
‘Westworld’ Season 1, Episode 3 Recap
Three episodes in, Westworld is quickly becoming a show of theories. Tonight’s “The Stray” didn’t advance much of the show’s overarching narrative, but it did throw a major monkey wrench into one of the more notable theories which has been written about a lot after…
‘Westworld’ Season 1, Episode 2 Recap
About a dozen minutes into “Chestnut,” the second episode of Westworld, Ed Harris’ Man in Black rides up on a posse that’s bout to hang a man named Lawrence (Clifton Collins Jr.). Lawrence doesn’t recognize the Man in Black, but the Man in Black knows Lawrence; lat…
HBO’s ‘Westworld’ Delivers Chilling, Clever Sci-Fi
Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi film is something of a cult classic, offering an early blueprint for Jurassic Park with its tale of scientists playing God and an ill-advised theme park run amok (seriously, what on earth happened during Crichton’s family vacations?). Similarly, Crichton&…

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