Few TV shows this year look quite as absolutely crazy and promising as HBO’s Westworld does, the upcoming TV series remake of Michael Crichton’s original 1973 film, and the newest project from Jonathan and Lisa Joy Nolan. Aside from just the mind-boggling behind-the-scenes issues and bonkers set reports from the series though, it also looks like one of the most ambitious projects to grace the small screen to date, with a budget and scope that’s just looking increasingly more cinematic.
After two already captivating teasers for the series as well, a brand new full-length trailer for Westworld has been released by HBO and not only does it shine a new light on the main plot and conflict of the series, but also offers new insight into some of its characters as well… including Ed Harris’ Man in Black.
Check out the trailer for yourself below:
At this point, it’s hard to imagine what HBO can’t do in terms of the budget and size of their series, with Game of Thrones already breaking new ground on the format for six straight seasons and now Westworld joining the fray. If the talent behind the scenes weren’t enough too, the cast for this series is undeniably incredible from wall-to-wall with power players like Geoffrey Wright, Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, James Marsden, Evan Rachel Wood, and more.
To say that we’re excited for this one though, would be an understatement. It looks to be possibly the last great addition to TV in 2016.
Westworld will premiere on HBO on October 2nd.
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