"I've always been kind of - again, I'm such a psycho fan of the show - the story they were telling in the first two seasons made me see the world in a more focused lens", Paul said of how Westworld has impacted his life.
Watch the trailer here below.
AMC has dropped a full trailer for the fourth and final season of Preacher. For there is just more than the control center.
Apparently, that's where Maeve (Thandie Newton) and Hector (Rodrigo Santoro) have been hanging out. That isn't an entirely new concept given that we've seen the Delos park have a section that looks like it's set in India.
The footage is, to the surprise of no one, intriguing as ever - teasing a look at a new park modeled after World War II-era Germany that promises the existence of Nazi androids (a.k.a. everyone's nightmare), and showing the rogue robot Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) continuing on her war path in the real world.
Other parts of the trailer show familiar faces. I think if you really love someone and care about them, and you're going to work with them... maybe it doesn't work for some people, but it just worked for us. So while the series won't take place in Westworld, the idea of the wild west will still plays a part in the "real world".
Honestly, Season 2 got overly complex for its own good, and it became hard to come back to. She is joined by Westworld newcomers Aaron Paul, Lena Waithe and Vincent Cassel. Showrunners are New Jersey native Lisa Joy ("Burn Notice") and her husband Jonathan Nolan ("Interstellar"), brother and screenwriting partner of director Christopher Nolan. Ed Harris, Tessa Thompson, and Jeffrey Wright will return to reprise their respective roles.