In the official almost three minute trailer for Westworld season two, Ed Harrris' character warns, "They wanted a place hidden from God".
"Westworld" returns at 9 p.m. April 22 on HBO. Check out the trailer below!
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Their mission? To overthrow Delos and punish their former captors, who controlled Westworld without showing so much as a shred of humanity to the park's hosts.
As for the characters, we see Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) really growing into the robot revolutionary that could shatter the bonds holding her people down - while other scenes seemingly revisit her at her pre-woke days. Considering the dramatic shift in power that occurred at the end of Westworld season 1, it looks like Dolores is going to embrace the violent nature of the world she lives in so that she can secure her freedom. Dolores was seemingly leading a horde of artificially intelligent hosts into the freedom of fighting for their rights to live. (Which, admittedly, we're still pretty in the dark about.) Signs point to it being the "current" timeline, but careful editing could just be screwing with our brains. Are you excited to see where HBO takes us next in the series?
The new trailer includes plenty of new footage. Luke Hemsworth, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Simon Quarterman, Rodrigo Santoro, Angela Sarafyan, Jimmi Simpson, Tessa Thompson and Shannon Woodward. The soundtrack for Westworld season 2 will be available digitally on March 30. "I'm gonna burn this whole thing to the ground", he says ominously, his words juxtaposed with an image of him walking toward a door on the side of the mountain. With each and every moment, they are becoming more aware and more independent-aka the humans are screwed.