Evan Rachel Wood is not returning for its fourth season of acclaimed HBO blockbuster series, Westworld. The showrunner, Jonathan Nolan, confirmed that the actress would not be joining the season following the series was renewed by HBO for the season in April.
Jonathan Nolan shared his view of the show’s storytelling.
He mentioned that they (with Lisa Joy) always wanted to create Westerworld reinventing itself in each new year. Besides, he said the deaths in science fiction shows are not permanent, but Evan Rachel Wood’s personality is undoubtedly gone. Dolores Abernathy [ in the visual appeal of Evan Rachel Wood ]’s version is allegedly gone.
The actress appeared in the hit series because it’s beginning in 2016 and has been serving as the main character in the collection. Wood’s character Dolores escaped the Westworld with a couple of pearls realizing that her life was a lie.
Dolores then lies on the course of vengeance and loses her self-control as she starts killing everyone who crosses her path. She starts her romance with petty criminal, Caleb but finally fights against the creator of Rehoboam (Artificial Intelligence), Engerraund Serac.
Jonathan Nolan also hinted at what’s going to happen in the upcoming season. The wood’s character is gone, but the fourth season will bring back Ed Harris’s character, Person in Black. Man in Black will kill everybody in the upcoming season. Nolan affirmed that he is excited to see Ed Harris returning, and murdering everybody in the level.
Ed Harris, on the other hand, claims he is also excited to do some damage teaming up with Tessa Thompson’s character. Best Gun: Maverick actor mentioned that he doesn’t have any clue about what they’re planning for him. The third season couldn’t reach the peaks of previous seasons as the show had lacked the thematic depth. The performances from the actors were brilliant, but the story did not fulfil the expectations.
The end of David Fincher’s 1999 provocation”Fight Club” and the end of the week’s Season 3 finale of”Westworld” is essentially the same second, one mapped onto the other similar to a Dolores pearl dropped into the other host’s body. Following a revolution intentionally premised on attracting anarchy, a man and a girl can only watch helplessly as the bombs detonate in high rises, and chaos engulfs the city.
In both, it’s a romantic picture, set against explosions that soda like a fireworks display and tied into a sense of liberation that is personal. And both are put to songs about insanity: the Pixies'”Where is My Mind?” In”Fight Club” and Pink Floyd’s”Brain Damage” at”Westworld.”
The Pink Floyd track, by the group’s celebrated album”The Dark Side of the Moon,” references the mental deterioration of its co-founder and former frontman, Syd Barrett. It’s one of those very few occasions”Westworld” has played with a song, without reworking it as an Old West cover or employing some other instrument.
Lyrics like”There’s someone in my head, but it’s not me” do not require much improvement on a series where identities and bodies are so often mixed and matched, however, the tune is really about the specific insanity of the moment. Because lest we forget, the choice that gets made about the future of humankind — the one in which options themselves are currently free for folks to create — is a path to oblivion. That the Serac brothers built their machine.
Within an up-and-down period where”Westworld” never really found itself — and seemed to stop looking — Engerraund Serac’s scheme was the one consistent bit of intrigue since his intentions always complex his villainy. He did all the dreadful, manipulative things that villains are supposed to perform, up into some torture scene with Dolores that recalls the ever-so-slow laser beam in”Goldfinger.”
And there is no malice to any of his decisions, even if he’s taking a lifetime. His brother and serac watched the apocalypse come and took the necessary steps to keep it from happening as projected. Then so be it if that meant removing free will and the occasional troublemaker.