Westworld season 4 trailer will make you question the nature of your own reality

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HBO has released the new trailer for Westworld season 4 that will make you question the nature of your own reality, particularly if you aren’t caught up with the series. For whatever reason, I still haven’t watched the last season of Westworld, so this trailer is more than a little confusing.

The Westworld season 4 trailer gives us futuristic cities, robots, a 1920s gangster world, and flies, so many flies. As is typical with Westworld, the nature of the fourth season is being kept under wraps, with HBO only describing it as “a dark odyssey about the fate of sentient life on Earth.” Oh, is that all? The series stars Evan Rachel Wood, Thandiwe Newton, Ed Harris, Tessa Thompson, Jeffrey Wright, Luke Hemsworth, Aaron Paul, Angela Sarafyan, and Ariana DeBose. It was also recently revealed that James Marsden would be returning at Teddy Flood. The character was a love interest of Dolores (Wood) and was last seen in the second season of the series.

We can certainly expect a good deal of mysteries to unravel throughout the new season, but it’s not just fans who are largely kept in the dark. While speaking with io9, Jeffrey Wright said that he “didn’t have any idea of where we were going” in the fourth season. “I just knew how Bernard was going to be navigating through it and what kind of new updates to his system he had been given at the beginning—and that’s all I kind of needed to know,” Wright said. At the beginning of filming of the first season, Wright was told his character’s secret by co-creator Lisa Joy, but he’s since learned to “trust the process. Trust the journey. And trust our writers led by Lisa and [Jonathan Nolan] and our collaborators. We’ve relaxed a little bit and we’ve kind of given in to the mystery.

The eight-episode fourth season of Westworld will premiere on HBO on June 26th.

Source: HBO

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