WESTWORLD Season 3 Comic-Con Trailer (2020)


Official Westworld Series Season 3 Comic-Con Trailer 2020 | Subscribe ➤ | Luke Hemsworth Series Trailer | Release: Spring 2020 | More
Created for television by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, WESTWORLD is a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin – exploring a world in which every human appetite, not matter how noble or depraved, can be indulged. Exploring what it means to be human through the eyes of the lifelike AI “hosts” in the park, the series investigates the boundaries of an exotic world set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past. Meticulously crafted and artfully designed. Westworld offers its guests an unparalleled, immersive world where they have the freedom to become who they’ve always wanted to be – or who they never knew they were. No rules, no laws, no judgment. Live without limits. Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright and more star in this one-hour drama series from J.J. Abrams Bad Robot Productions.

Westworld (2017) is the new science fiction movie starring Luke Hemsworth, Jimmi Simpson and Ben Barnes.

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  1. All these movies that we saw before 20-25 years ago now are our reality.
    The movies that are we seeing now will be our reality in 10-15 years from now.
    It's simply as that.
    Wake up people.

  2. Dont watch season 2, skip from 1 to 3rd. It will make sense this way. Robots finally got out, and seek vengeance on humans. All those story lines in season 1 – who is who and why they are there completely irrelevant to the main purpose, those are like little character reveals. 3 season is just about how AI is seeking freedom and acceptance

  3. This show was so damn good until the got to the real world. I just can't catch on to these new episodes if feels so fake and non authentic as it used to be. I mean come on we invented A.I this good but zero safeguards their should have been safeguards on top of safeguards on top of safeguards their no way the should have been able to get out of west world it was way too simple that's what kinda killed the show for me. How is a Robot running around in the company that created and they have no system to detect humans from AI regardless all of them was in Western World this should have been a precaution incase of something like this and their should have been defenses with the older models guarding the am trac station entrance and exits with detection that are on totally different super encrypted network that its impossible for an attack. This why the show bugs me it was too easy for her. She is not a hero but a murderous AI that slaughtered hundreds humans and robots alike just to escape I can't wait to see her death scene.

  4. 2:19 so Maeve returns to WarWorld? We never saw Maeve fight against anyone in the ep. 2, I think that is a fake scene just for the trailer.

  5. I hope this time there is a better concept behind it this time, not another attempt to copy the twist of season 1 and not another dumb story of dolores escalating, while she (or anyone else) isn't even trying to self reflect what she is or what the real world (behind west world) is around her
    season 2 wasn´t bad, but there wasn´t realy anything behind any episode and well…it wasn´t really well thought out or didn´t felt as conclusive as the fist one after you got behinde it…they tryed to act liek there is anything, but there wasn´t and on other parts of the story they didn´t even tryed, it only worked as long you ignore anything besides the current episode

  6. This show was so good plus also so creepy.. i left it after watching season 1.it kind of mesh with my kind i will watch second season now. And i kind of hate main character so much i kind of know why she is doing so…but i just hate it…and hats off to writers man…human brain masterpiece.

  7. When they killed Ford in Westworld they killed the show
    What they did to Bernards character in the second season was disgusting
    There was a relationship between Ford and Bernard was fantastic
    just like lost and Game of Thrones you couldn't just tell the story you had to push in narrative

  8. All the more confusing yet complex, which makes it all that more interesting! Love it, probably will make more sense as the story goes on!

  9. Remember that time Evan Rachel Wood went on a hunger strike, to protest immigration policies? Yeah…that didn't last long.

    Another celebrity dipshit, that thinks they live in the real world. They live in their own little bubble.

  10. Royalties are going to get expensive, now that it's based on a Crichton book, a Bradbury book, and a Philip K. Dick book.

  11. Networks series have been better than mainstream Hollywood for at least 5 years now, with some minor exceptions. I do not mind that.

  12. Kill off Delores and I will start watching the show again. She (ERW) just took a huge dump on Kobe right after he and his daughter died. Unfathomable!

  13. If the network wants to keep Westworld going, they'll need to either stop or tone way down the random jumping between time periods and perceived time periods.

    In Season 1, moving us into the mental framework of the robots was a novelty, and was generally well handled. In season 2, it was just irritating. Worse, it became predictable. It seemed designed in a way to hide how pointless some plot twists were. For example, why did Bernard "save" Elsie (for no reason that was ever explained), then wander around with her accomplishing nothing, till the writers decided to have someone else kill her off?

    We saw the characters' "future" in S2, episode 1 — the robot bodies floating in water. It was obvious we were seeing where the season was heading. But with that said, what did it matter really how they got there by the final episode? Anyone can plot out a story then move the pieces around. If it's well done (as in the movie Memento) it can be compelling; in season 2, it just made it require more work for viewers to follow a plot that was nowhere near as well thought out as the first season's.

    Some episodes were good but overall the "tricky" time periods ended up irritating, sucking the energy and immediacy out of the plot. I went into the season with several friends who were fans based on season 1; all but one of them had drifted away from watching Westworld by halfway through the season. I watched, but with a growing sense of irritation. Personally I would rather watch a well-plotted story unfold sequentially, than watch a poorly plotted one told in a rambly out of order way.

  14. My fear is this will just be "westworld in the real world" and be a cheap version of any other sci-fi that takes place in modern america.

    Also skeptical after the season 1 masterpiece only to be kicked repeatedly on the ground in the form of season 2.

  15. The only television show where if you get up to go pee without pausing you come back completely lost and assume it jumped ahead 3 episodes..

  16. Most people wouldn’t understand Season 2 unless they have a background in philosophy and an open mind. The reason it was difficult to really understand at first (I had to watch several times) is because A.I. / computers do not think in terms of linear time, which is what was happening in Season 2… it was no longer a human narrating the story, it was a host.

  17. Let's just hope the security guards are better shots this time.
    Also, again it looks like a robot/host has to be violently shot to be terminated. Like, why didn't they just install an "off" switch?
    Also, at least this time it looks as though there's a strong male character, not like the weak castrated things in the other seasons (other than Ford of course).


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