After 'Westworld' season 3 drops official trailer at Comic-Con 2019, here are all the plot twists to expect from the show
In its 90-minute season two finale, show creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy solved several puzzles with major surprises. What should fans expect to see in season three of 'Westworld'?
Fans of the sci-fi HBO series 'Westworld' have been eager to see all the new developments in season three. When the latest three-minute trailer dropped at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, it boggled minds with its mysterious twists and turns in a new paradigm. What's more, there are speculations that a "World War II-styled" storyline could be in the pipeline.
In its 90-minute season two finale, show creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy solved several puzzles with major surprises. In the end, Dolores manages to head out of the park on a boat with five balls in her purse. The big question remains: Did she get Angela’s brain after her body was blown up?
As the trailer rolled out, it was confirmed that the theme for the latest season will be 'The New World'. While the theme for the first season was 'The Maze', it was 'The Door' was season two. With the song 'We'll Meet Again' by Vera Lynn in the background, the caption of the 2.51-minute clip reads: "We all have a role to play."
What happens to Dolores now? Fans were expecting to get some answers, and there they were. It seems she is set to be the badass in season three. The actress, who plays the character, Evan Rachel Wood described Dolores as a "fish out of water" this season. She also hinted at her involvement with Aaron Paul who plays Caleb, a construction worker. Trying to make peace with his complicated past, he needs to find a way to survive in the world. Who knows, his red robot George could be in the scene too?
Meanwhile, Thandie Newton, who plays Maeve Millay, a host who acts as the Madam of Sweetwater, spoke about the dichotomy she is set to explore this season. It all lies in the fact that she is quite a fancy piece of equipment but isn't valued. Will she realize her worth?
Broadening the park's borders, the trailer puts the spotlight on a futuristic city where park robots seem to have merged into the human society. In an interview with EW, Joy said, "We’re looking at the aftermath of the massacre in the park. After all they went through to get out of the park, Dolores finally got what she wanted, so we wanted to see how she interacts with the world and what her plan is. That's a part of the story we were excited to tell." There is no fixed release date announced as of now, but the show will be returning to HBO in 2020.