HBO Halt Production On ‘Westworld’ | TV News
HBO has halted production of its’ show Westworld, the project closing down for two months so that Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy can complete the scripts for the one hour drama series based on the 1973 film by novelist Micheal Crichton.
Westworld is described as a “a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin.” Joining the litany of ambitious projects HBO are struggling to complete. In August of 2015, they cancelled David Fincher’s Utopia series, and now Casey Affleck has told Collider that their Lewis and Clark miniseries has halted production, on top of creative differences prompting a complete rewrite of the show.
HBO are hoping to release Westworld in 2016.
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