Fans have been waiting since Westworld Season 1 for details on the other parks. And while Season 2 has yet to make a formal trip to the samurai-themed “Shogun World,” Sunday’s “Virtù e Fortuna” introduced us to yet a third world. Enter “The Raj.”
HBO made a point of correcting pay parity among its male and female stars, though the network understandably declined to name examples. Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood has no such qualms, however, and reveals her raise won’t take effect until Season 3.
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.
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.
If the football game doesn’t look like anything to you, we have something that might. Return to Westworld as HBO drops the first official Season 2 trailer, chock-full of all the robot-on-human carnage you could ask for from the Super Bowl, along with an April premiere date.
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