The fans await it because there’s a whole lotta story to be told, and it doesn’t matter even if the events of the third season have just been behind us! Let’s look into the basics of the sci-fi Western series, which is known for bending minds since 2016 – and has plans to doing so till late!
Westworld is an American science fiction Western television series of the dystopian genre, created by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan. It is produced by HBO and is mainly based on the 1973 film of the same name (written and directed by Michael Crichton) and only partially influenced by the film’s 1976 sequel Futureworld.
The setting of the plot is a futuristic and technologically advanced Wild-West-themed amusement park inhabited by android “hosts” entitled Westworld. It’s a place where rich guests who pay highly are allowed to vent their wildest fantasies without fearing payback because the hosts are programmed in a way that they won’t harm the humans.
The plot in the third season is in the real world, in the mid-21st century, where powerful AI named Rehoboam controls people’s lives.
Westworld Season 4 Theory
Since Westworld is difficult and tricky to follow, here are some clues of the plot. So as it is known that the makers Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, already may have had a rough idea sketch of the next incidents from the start, and now with the hosts leaving the park, it might be that season four could be the end. very well be the endpoint for our favorite sentient robots.
So if all this is true, then it’s needless to say that things will take more interesting twists and turns as the battle against humans reaches its peak!
Earlier, Nolan was found talking about the themes of Season three to The Hollywood Reporter, which might be well applied to the fourth one too: He thinks it’s a radical shift that What is compelling and appealing about these characters is that they are not human. As they said in the episode, humans are bound by the same loops that hosts are bound to, in certain cases much smaller. We couldn’t expect human characters to withstand and survive the kind of story that they are telling.
Hosts have a different version of mortality, a different perspective. He thinks simply with Dolores, as she’s pointed out, there’s a broader perspective here, a wider range of objectives. They’re existential. They span eons. And that is a fascinating level of story to engage.
Then actor Jeffrey Wright acting as Bernard, talked about his character in Season three to The, and also the way it will go forwards also conversed to The Wrap’s Emmy magazine about what the season three finale meant for his character and how that will affect him going forwards. Bernard steps into The Sublime, and at some point, he steps out of it, it seems, with a bit more information than he had previously. he also said that perhaps with a bit more clarity than he’s previously enjoyed.
Now, the question of when it is that he comes out, I think, is a very simple one. I think we find him emerging from The Sublime after the pandemic has passed. He’s come out of that thing fully vaccinated. [He’s] ready to live a new and more free existence going forward. Where he’s going, we don’t necessarily know, but he’s different than he was before he left.
Will There Be A Westworld Season 4? Here is the Cast
One advantage of the cast of Westworld is they can return, taking a new host body even after they die. So considering the fourth season, these are the actors whose return is almost confirmed :
- Thandie Newton as Maeve Millay
- Jeffrey Wright as Bernard Lowe / Arnold Weber
- Rodrigo Santoro as Hector Escaton
- Aaron Paul as Caleb Nichols
- Ed Harris as William / The Man in Black
- Luke Hemsworth as Ashley Stubbs
- Tessa Thompson as Charlotte Hale
- Simon Quarterman as Lee Sizemore
Any new actors joining in will be surely announced. The actor Evan Rachel Wood’s playing the role of Dolores Abernathy is still, however, unconfirmed.
Westworld Season 4 Trailer
The production crew hasn’t given us any teasers or trailers yet, but we might have some epic expectations of it. The season is still under renewal status. Meanwhile, you can watch the Trailer of Season 3
Westworld Season 4 Release Date
There has been no official announcement from the producers of HBO about renewing Westworld as of now. But we can’t expect a release for the fourth sequel till early 2022, provided at all the mission for a fourth season is kept up by Dolores because it takes a long 18 months for creating each season.