Evan Rachel Wood shares extra perception into new ‘Westworld’ character
Warning: the next article accommodates spoilers for Westworld season 4, episode one, “The Auguries”.
HBO’s Westworld has returned for a fourth season and Evan Rachel Wood is giving followers extra particulars about her new character, ‘Christina’. For the primary three seasons, Wood performed Dolores, a bunch within the Westworld park who turns into self-aware and fights in opposition to her programming and the individuals who have used and abused her. In season 4, it’s an entire new recreation.
In a report from Metacritic, Wood talked about her new character who’s a human and never a robotic host. Dolores ostensibly died in season three, and Wood had her personal questions on who she is.
“I requested in the beginning of the season, ‘Is there any Dolores in her?’ And they’re like, ‘No, completely starting over.’”
In season three, Dolores went rogue and escaped the theme park for the outside world with plans to free humans from their predetermined lives. At the end of the season, she connected to Rehoboam, a quantum supercomputer system with the capability of calculating the future, and attained the key to the Valley Beyond’s information. She then gave it to Caleb Nichols (Aaron Paul), who used it to deactivate the system, and Dolores is subsequently deleted.
Season 4 exhibits the character of Christina having a seemingly regular life. She wakes up, goes to work as a online game developer for Olympiad Entertainment, and her roommate Maya (Ariana DeBose) tries to get her to have a social life. Although Dolores’ ending appeared finite, there could possibly be extra connections between the characters.
Not all is because it appears although as a result of Christina finds herself distracted in her every day life. She’s seen making a online game character just like Dolores, and (a lot to her boss’s chagrin) she’s dedicated to giving the story a cheerful ending, similar to Dolores wished. A person has been stalking her, claiming she’s ruining his life along with her recreation. There’s some connection to Dolores, however that connection has but to be decided.
Many of the present’s acquainted faces might be returning in season 4. James Marsden, who was absent throughout season 3, reprises his position as Teddy, and Jeffrey Wright’s Bernard might be coming again as nicely. Wright just lately contemplated how Jim Gordon and Batman would fare in Westworld, and he would in all probability know finest.
Watch Westworld Sundays on HBO and HBO Max.