Evan Rachel Wood is the only cast member to be represented in a brave new "Westworld".
If you thought "Game of Thrones" was the only big-budget epic of HBO, the first trailer of "Westworld" Season 3 is here to remind you otherwise. The first segment of Season 3 features new cast member Aaron Paul in the center of the first season of the third season of the GoT series. All others are absent.
Everyone except Evan Rachel Wood. Painful and angry, Dolores emerges from the darkness at the very end of the first point (below). Previously, we saw the new anonymous character of Paul browsing an advanced and futuristic city (similar to the one visited by Dolores during the flashbacks of season 2). Sitting on a shelf above the urban jungle with a robot, one thing is clear: we are far from the old west now.
Keep an eye out for new cast members Lena Waithe, Scott Mescudi and Marshawn Lynch (yes, this Marshawn Lynch, here wearing a light shirt that goes from "bored" to "amused" before and after the blast) during the teaser. , as well as. They seem to play goons accompanying Paul during a holdup, although it is or not a real holdup or simulation, this remains to be proven. (Paul's character scrolls options such as "Smash and Grab", "Grant Theft Auto" and "Robbery" on his phone before his team steals the vault.)
The featured song is a centerpiece of creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy – "Brain Damage" by Pink Floyd.
The official HBO synopsis published with the trailer reads as follows:
"Westworld" is a dark odyssey on the dawn of artificial consciousness and the birth of a new form of life on Earth. Created for television and produced by Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy; Executive Producers J. J. Abrams, Athena Wickham, Richard J. Lewis and Ben Stephenson. Based on the movie written by Michael Crichton. Kilter Films and Bad Robot Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.
Season 3 of "Westworld" is expected to return in 2020. Watch the trailer below.