J.J. Abrams ‘Westworld’ To Air In The Fall Confirms HBO | TV News
The controversial remake of 1970s science fiction classic Westworld – which was criticised by press following extras claiming that they were asked to sign a consent form saying they agreed to participate in sex scenes – is due to air this fall, HBO has announced.
The cable giant behind Game Of Thrones will premiere the show as part of its fall offering, Westworld paired with Jessica Parker’s Divorce and former web series High Maintenance. The drama stars Anthony Hopkins, James Marsden, and Evan Rachel Wood, and is written by Jonathan Nolan – who was also the writer behind Interstellar and The Dark Knight.
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