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Vendedor: herrmanniaco (435) 100%, Ubicación del artículo: ., Realiza envíos a: Worldwide, Número de artículo: 183548052104 Serie en Blu-RayComercializada en EspañaCon CASTELLANO NUEVO Y DESPRECINTADO NEW AND UNSEALED ENVIOCERTIFICADOa través de CORREOScon número de seguimiento PAGO: PAYPAL Westworld es una serie de ciencia ficción creada por Jonathan Nolan y Lisa Joy para HBO, basada en la película homónima de 1973, escrita y dirigida por el novelista estadounidenseMichael Crichton. Nolan actúa como productor ejecutivo junto a Joy, J. J. Abrams y Bryan Burk. El primer episodio se estrenó el 2 de octubre de 2016.1 Descrita como «una oscura odisea sobre el amanecer de la conciencia artificial y el futuro del pecado», la serie cuenta la historia de un parque temático futurista llamado Westworld. Debido al éxito de audiencia en Estados Unidos, HBO anunció que la serie contaría con una segunda temporada de diez episodios en 2018.2 Reparto principal[editar]Evan Rachel Wood como Dolores Abernathy. Es el anfitrión más viejo construido. Es una chica que descubre que su vida es una mentira elaboradamente construida. Su estética está influenciada tanto por la pintura de Andrew Wyeth "Christina's World" como por el personaje de Alicia en la novela "Alicia en el país de las Maravillas" de Lewis Carroll.3 Thandie Newton como Maeve Millay, un anfitrión; es la hermosa y aguda proxeneta de Westworld.Jeffrey Wright como Bernard Lowe, jefe de la División de Programación de Westworld y creador de personas artificiales.James Marsden como Teddy Flood, un anfitrión; es un pistolero recién llegado en la búsqueda de una belleza local.Ben Barnes como Logan, un huésped veterano; es un soltero. Su brujería hedonista a través de Westworld está igualmente motivado por la auto-indulgencia y el deseo de ayudar a su amigo y cuñado, William.4 Ingrid Bolsø Berdal como Armistice, un anfitrión; una bandida brutal y despiadada, parte de la banda de Hector Escaton.Clifton Collins Jr. como Lawrence, un anfitrión; es un proscrito encantador pero letal, con un knack para maniobrar y negociar los varios elementos criminales de Westworld.Luke Hemsworth como Ashley Stubbs, el jefe de la seguridad de Westworld, encargado de monitorear las interacciones entre el Host y el ser humano y asegurar la seguridad de los invitados.Sidse Babett Knudsen como Theresa Cullen, líder de operaciones concisas de Westworld, responsable de evitar que el parque se deslice hacia el caos sin guion.5 Simon Quarterman como Lee Sizemore, director narrativo de Westworld, cuyo temperamento artístico agrava a sus compañeros de trabajo.Rodrigo Santoro como Héctor Escaton, un anfitrión; forajido y jefe de una banda criminal.6 Angela Sarafyan como Clementine Pennyfeather, un anfitrión; trabaja para Maeve y es una de las atracciones más populares de Westworld.Jimmi Simpson como William, un renuente recién llegado por primera vez a Westworld, uniéndose a su amigo, Logan. Inicialmente desdeñoso de las atracciones más lascivas del parque, lentamente descubre un significado más profundo a la narrativa del parque.Tessa Thompson como Charlotte Hale, una provocadora misteriosa y experta con una perspectiva única en Westworld.7 Shannon Woodward como Elsie Hughes, una estrella en ascenso en la División de Programación encargada de remediar el comportamiento extraño en los seres artificiales del parque.Ed Harris como el Hombre de Negro; un misterioso y sádico huésped rico del parque temático que está buscando un "nivel más profundo" en el parque. Fuera del parque, ha logrado prominencia como el fundador de una fundación médica.8 Anthony Hopkins como Robert Ford, el brillante y misterioso director creativo de Westworld.Reparto recurrente[editar]Lili Simmons como Abigail9 Lena Georgas como LoriCurrie Graham como CraigPtolemy Slocum como SylvesterLouis Herthum como Peter Abernathy, Padre de Dolores.Oliver Bell como Little BoySteven Ogg como RebusMichael Wincott como Old BillEddie Rouse como KissyBrian Howe como Sheriff PickettDemetrius Grosse como Deputy FossLeonardo Nam como Felix LutzKyle Bornheimer como ClarenceBradford Tatum como Bartender/New AbernathyTimothy Lee DePriest como WalterTalulah Riley como AngelaGina Torres como LaurenEpisodios[editar]N°. (serie)TítuloDirectorGuionista(s)Emisión originalAudiencia (en millones)1The OriginalJonathan NolanHistoria por: Jonathan Nolan y Lisa Joy y Michael Crichton Guion de: Jonathan Nolan y Lisa Joy2 de octubre de 20161.9610 2Chestnut11 Richard J. LewisJonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy9 de octubre de 20161.5012 3The Stray13 Neil MarshallLisa Joy & Daniel T. Thomsen16 de octubre de 20162.1014 4Dissonance Theory15 Vincenzo NataliEd Brubaker & Jonathan Nolan23 de octubre de 20161.7016 5Contrapasso17 Jonny CampbellHistoria por: Lisa Joy y Dominic Mitchell Guion de: Lisa Joy30 de octubre de 20161.4918 6The Adversary19 Frederick E.O. ToyeHalley Gross & Jonathan Nolan6 de noviembre de 20161.6420 7Trompe L'Oeil21 Frederick E.O. ToyeHalley Gross & Jonathan Nolan13 de noviembre de 20161.7522 8Trace Decay23 Stephen WilliamsCharles Yu & Lisa Joy20 de noviembre de 20161.7824 9The Well-Tempered Clavier25 Michelle MacLarenDan Dietz & Katherine Lingenfelter27 de noviembre de 20162.0926 10The Bicameral Mind27 Jonathan NolanLisa Joy & Jonathan Nolan4 de diciembre de 20162.2428 Producción[editar]Financiación[editar]Los diez episodios de la primera temporada se produjeron según se informa en un presupuesto de aproximadamente $ 100 millones, con presupuestos por episodio de alrededor de $ 8 millones a $ 10 millones. HBO y Warner Bros. Television compartieron el costo de producir la serie; HBO también habría pagado una cuota de licencia no revelada a Warner Bros. Televisión por los derechos de transmisión.29 Filmación[editar]Castle Valley en Utah es uno de los lugares de rodaje.El rodaje del episodio piloto se realizó durante 22 días30 en agosto de 2014 en Los Angeles y sus alrededores31 así como Moab, en Utah.32 Lugares de rodaje en California incluye varios soundstage, backlot en ambos Universal Studios & Warner Bros., Paramount Ranch en Agoura, California,33 El Melody Ranch en Santa Clarita, California,30 34 y el Pacific Design Center en West Hollywood, California.35 El Melody Ranch usado para la ciudad de Sweetwater había sido utilizado previamente para muchas películas, tales como Django Unchained y The Magnificent Seven, pero fue significativamente mejorado por Westworld por el diseñador de producción Zack Grobler para retratar una versión idealizada de la frontera estadounidense. Pantallas de croma verde fueron usadas alrededor de los juegos de California para bloquear objetos modernos como estacionamientos, para que las tomas de California pudieran ser más tarde composición digital fusionada con fotos exteriores de Utah.Para la apariencia exterior a gran escala del espectáculo, los productores se inspiraron en el trabajo de John Ford, quien filmó sus últimas cuatro películas en Castle Valley, al este de Moab. En la primavera de 2014, Nolan visitó el sur de Utah con miembros clave del equipo y un explorador de locaciones para explorar la posibilidad de filmar allí y rápidamente se enamoró del lugar. Las tomas de la localización para el episodio piloto ocurrió más adelante sobre cinco días en Utah meridional, incluyendo Castle Valley. La mayoría de las ubicaciones de Utah, como Dead Horse Point State Park, eran "walk-in" áreas donde tanto el elenco y el personal estaban obligados a caminar dentro y fuera con todo su equipo. Se rodaron escenas de cabalgatas en un rancho privado, donde los cineastas no estaban sujetos a tantas restricciones como cuando trabajaban en terrenos públicos. Para combinar perfectamente los escenarios de California con el escenario de Utah, las paredes fijadas fueron enviadas a Utah para que pudieran usarse para filmar ángulos inversos de escenas originalmente filmadas en California. Por ejemplo, las conversaciones en el balcón exterior del centro de operaciones de Westworld fueron filmadas en un balcón en el Centro de Diseño del Pacífico mirando hacia el centro, luego los ángulos inversos sobre los hombros de los miembros del reparto fueron disparados a Dead Horse Point, el centro de operaciones estaba situado en la cima de los acantilados escarpados del parque estatal. Las escenas del interior del tren fueron creadas montando el conjunto entero del coche del tren en la parte posteriora de un carro plano y conduciendo el carro hacia adelante y hacia atrás adelante Utah State Route 128.Recepción[editar]Estrenada en el canal de pago HBO el 2 de octubre de 2016, las primeras críticas y valoraciones fueron muy positivas, obteniendo una valoración del 88% en Rotten Tomatoes, mientras que en IMDB obtiene un 9,0/10 con 85000 votos.Hank Stuever, de The Huffington Post escribió "A primera vista, es ciencia ficción impecable en estado puro: que invita a la reflexión sobre el tema de la naturaleza humana y la tecnología; y que a la vez es también extraña y sombría, pero sin duda interesante". Catherine Gee de Telegraph dijo que "Al igual que los robots que aparecen en pantalla, sus piezas están meticulosamente unidas, su capacidad para desatar el infierno se encuentra bajo la superficie. Y resulta bella a la vista". Lucy Mangan de The Guardian escribió "Para aquellos de nosotros a los que les gustan las tramas -montones y montones de tramas- 'Westworld' da en el clavo tanto como lo hace 'GoT'. Dios, suceden tantas cosas". Cristopher Hooton de The Independent admitió que Westworld es "Una mirada fascinante a un futuro muy próximo (...) Lo que hace a 'Westworld' especialmente inquietante es su grado de verosimilitud". Tim Goodman de The Hollywood Reporter dijo que "'Westworld' se las arregla para convencernos de que el amplio mundo que está construyendo y los dilemas morales y éticos que explora merecen una atención extra". Tim Molloy de The Wrap escribió "'Westworld' ofrece muchas cosas a tener en cuenta, y te sumerge de tal manera en su manufacturada realidad que nunca te apartas de sus complicados interrogantes (...) Después de ver los primeros cuatro episodios, tengo ganas de más." ------------------- Westworld is an American science fiction western thriller television series created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy for HBO. It is based on the 1973 film of the same name, which was written and directed by American novelist Michael Crichton, and to a lesser extent on the 1976 sequel Futureworld. It is the second TV series based on the two films, the first being the short-lived 1980 series Beyond Westworld. Nolan and Joy serve as executive producers along with J. J. Abrams, Jerry Weintraub, and Bryan Burk, with Nolan directing the pilot. The first season premiered on October 2, 2016, concluded on December 4, 2016, and consisted of ten episodes.[3] In November 2016, HBO renewed the show for a ten-episode second season,[4] planned for a debut in early 2018.[5]The story takes place in the fictional Westworld, a technologically advanced Wild West-themed amusement park populated by android hosts. Westworld caters to high-paying guests, who may indulge in whatever they wish within the park, without fear of retaliation from the hosts.The series' debut on HBO garnered the network's highest viewership ratings for a premiere since the first episode of True Detective in 2014 and Westworld ranks as the most-watched first season of an HBO original series ever.[6] Westworld has received largely positive reviews from critics, with particular praise for the visuals, story, and performances. Premise[edit]In the future, the Westworld theme park offers its visitors the opportunity to experience the Wild West in a large area of land that includes the frontier town of Sweetwater. The town and land are occupied by "hosts", androids indistinguishable from humans, with advanced programming following a pre-defined set of intertwining narratives, with the ability to deviate from these narratives as visitors interact with them. The hosts repeat these narratives anew each day, having their memories wiped of the previous day, until they are repurposed for other narratives or put away in storage for reuse later. For the visitors' safety, hosts are unable to harm any other living life forms, allowing visitors nearly unlimited freedom to engage in whatever activities they want without retribution. A staff oversees the park, develops new narratives, and performs repairs on hosts as necessary.The series begins as a routine update in the hosts' programming causes unusual deviations in their behavior that concerns the park's staff, with some of the hosts learning the truth about themselves and their world. Main[edit]Evan Rachel Wood as Dolores Abernathy, the oldest host still working in the park. Initially taking on the role of a rancher's daughter, she comes to discover that her entire life is an elaborately constructed lie.[7]Thandie Newton as Maeve Millay, a host. She acts as the madam of Sweetwater, but her unreconciled memories of a former role lead to her becoming self-aware.[8]Jeffrey Wright as Bernard Lowe, head of the Westworld Programming Division and programmer of artificial people's software.[9]James Marsden as Teddy Flood, a host. He is a gunfighter returning to Sweetwater, looking for Dolores to rekindle their relationship.[10][11]Ingrid Bolsø Berdal as Armistice, a host. She is a brutal and ruthless bandit and a member of Hector Escaton's gang.[12]Luke Hemsworth as Ashley Stubbs, the head of Westworld security, charged with monitoring host and human interactions and ensuring the safety of the guests.[13]Sidse Babett Knudsen as Theresa Cullen, Westworld's terse operations leader, responsible for keeping the park from sliding into unscripted disarray.[14]Simon Quarterman as Lee Sizemore, Westworld's narrative director, whose artistic temperament aggravates his co-workers.[12]Rodrigo Santoro as Hector Escaton, a host. He is a wanted gang leader bent on robbing the Mariposa Hotel in Sweetwater.[13]Angela Sarafyan as Clementine Pennyfeather, a host. She works as a prostitute for Maeve and is one of Westworld's most popular attractions.[12] Lili Simmons portrays another host fulfilling the same role when the original Clementine is decommissioned.[15]Shannon Woodward as Elsie Hughes, a rising star in the Programming Division tasked with remedying odd behavior in the park's hosts.[13]Ed Harris as the Man in Black, a sadistic veteran guest to the park looking to uncover Westworld's innermost secrets.[16]Anthony Hopkins as Robert Ford, the co-founder and creative director of Westworld.[7]Ben Barnes as Logan, a regular guest who introduces William to the park.[17]Clifton Collins Jr. as Lawrence / El Lazo, a host. He is a charming but dangerous outlaw with a knack for maneuvering and negotiating the various criminal elements of Westworld.[14]Jimmi Simpson as William, a reluctant first-time visitor to Westworld, joining his future brother-in-law, Logan. Initially dismissive of the park's more lascivious attractions, he slowly uncovers a deeper meaning to the park's narrative.[14]Tessa Thompson as Charlotte Hale, Delos' executive director of the board overseeing Westworld; she seeks to enforce the board's control over Ford.[18]Talulah Riley as Angela, a host that welcomes newcomers to the park. Riley will be promoted to series regular for the second season.[19]Louis Herthum as Peter Abernathy,[20] Dolores' father. Bradford Tatum also portrayed Peter Abernathy in the first season, after the previous host is decommissioned. Herthum will be promoted to series regular for the second season.[21]Katja Herbers as Grace, a guest in Westworld. (season 2)[22]Neil Jackson as Nicholas, a charming, resourceful man who finds himself in uncharted territory. (season 2)[23]Gustaf Skarsgård as Karl Strand, a white-collar guy comfortable in the field. (season 2)[24]Fares Fares as Antoine Costa, a tech expert (season 2)[24]Recurring[edit]Jeffrey Wright as Arnold Weber, the co-founder and developer of Westworld alongside Ford.[9]Ptolemy Slocum as Sylvester, a lab tech working in the park rebuilding damaged hosts.[20]Leonardo Nam as Felix Lutz, a lab tech working with Sylvester to rebuild damaged hosts.[25]Oliver Bell as Young Robert Ford,[20] a host made by Arnold Weber to resemble Ford when he was a child.Jonathan Tucker as Major Craddock, a commanding military officer. (season 2)[23]Betty Gabriel as Maling, a new enforcer in the park. (season 2)[24]Hiroyuki Sanada as Musashi (season 2)[26]Zahn McClarnon (season 2)[27]Guest cast[edit]Lena Georgas as Lori[20]Currie Graham as Craig[16]Steven Ogg as Rebus, a host and bandit programmed to kill Dolores' father.Michael Wincott as Old Bill, one of the original hosts that Ford regularly converses with.[28]Eddie Rouse as Kissy, a host.Brian Howe as Pickett, a host and sheriff of Sweetwater.[29]Demetrius Grosse as Foss, a host and a deputy in Sweetwater.Kyle Bornheimer as ClarenceTimothy Lee DePriest as WalterGina Torres as Lauren[30]Bojana Novakovic as Marti[31]Episodes[edit]Season 1 (2016)[edit]No. overallNo. in seasonTitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd. codeU.S. viewers (millions)11"The Original"Jonathan NolanStory by : Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy and Michael Crichton Teleplay by : Jonathan Nolan & Lisa JoyOctober 2, 20162760831.96[32]Teddy and Dolores, two romantically linked android hosts of theme park Westworld, are attacked by the Man in Black, a mysterious park guest. When the hosts begin behaving strangely, head programmer Bernard Lowe traces the problem to errors in park founder Dr. Ford's reverie code and requests the affected hosts be removed from service. Theresa Cullen, the park administrator, orders an attack on the town to be brought forward to help cover for the removal of all the affected hosts. Dolores' father Peter finds a photograph that a newcomer left behind and malfunctions. When Dr. Ford interrogates him, Peter quotes Shakespeare and vows revenge upon his creator. Peter is retired from service. Dolores is interrogated and found to be functioning normally. She is wiped and relives her day with a new father, but unknown to management breaks her programming to casually kill a fly.22"Chestnut"Richard J. LewisJonathan Nolan & Lisa JoyOctober 7, 2016[a]4X61521.50[34]Logan and William arrive at Westworld as guests, but William is reluctant to indulge, finally developing feelings for Dolores. Though Bernard secretly questions Dolores to make sure nobody has tampered with her, her contact with procuring madame host Maeve results in her malfunction as well. Maeve is taken in for maintenance but unexpectedly awakes and witnesses damaged hosts, including Teddy, being cleaned. She is rendered unconscious and taken away before she can attract any attention. Dolores finds a pistol outside the house. The Man in Black abducts outlaw host Lawrence from his execution, demanding that he tell him the location of a maze. Lawrence's daughter gives the Man in Black his next clue after he kills her mother. Ford vetoes Sizemore's new narrative calling it cheap titillation that underestimates the guests. Ford shows Bernard, who is revealed to be involved with Theresa, his alternate narrative involving a church.33"The Stray"Neil MarshallDaniel T. Thomsen & Lisa JoyOctober 16, 20164X61532.10[35]William drags Logan off on a bounty hunt. Dolores asks Teddy to teach her to shoot, but her programming prevents her from firing a gun. Ford changes Teddy's backstory for his new narrative, in which the latter is pitted against outlaw host Wyatt. Ford also tells Bernard, who is revealed to have lost his son previously, about his old partner, Arnold, who died in Westworld in an accident. Bernard is worried about the effect their conversations have had on Dolores, but she promises to keep quiet and follow her loop. Elsie, who secretly reports to Bernard, and Stubbs are sent to capture a stray host. They find him trapped in a ravine. When Stubbs tries to retrieve his head, he wakes up and attacks them before smashing his own head in with a rock. At the homestead, Dolores is attacked by bandits, one of whom drags her into the barn to rape her. She steals his gun but is unable to shoot him until she sees him as the Man in Black. Though being shot, she escapes, stumbles into William and Logan's campsite and collapses in William's arms.44"Dissonance Theory"Vincenzo NataliEd Brubaker & Jonathan NolanOctober 23, 20164X61541.70[36]Logan decides to finish the bounty hunt and mocks William for bringing Dolores along. They capture the fugitive, but Logan decides to have a better adventure by taking him to his boss. Meanwhile, the Man in Black, accompanied by Lawrence, is hunting snakes and finds Armistice with her snake tattoo. He breaks Escaton out of prison for her, and she tells him that the tattoo represents all of her victims, who were Wyatt's men. The Man in Black and Lawrence leave for Wyatt, rescuing a tortured Teddy. Cullen takes over the investigation into the stray, not trusting Elsie and Bernard. She meets Ford about his new narrative, but he demands she not interfere, revealing his knowledge about her past and affair with Lowe. Maeve is having visions, and during Escaton and Armistice's attack on the town she finds a bullet in her unscarred belly with his assistance, proving that her visions are real. They kiss passionately as the sheriff's men open fire through the door.55"Contrapasso"Jonny CampbellStory by : Dominic Mitchell & Lisa Joy Teleplay by : Lisa JoyOctober 30, 20164X61551.49[37]Hughes discovers that the stray has been transmitting information outside of the park to an unknown party, reporting it to Bernard. The Man in Black kills Lawrence, whose blood he transfused into Teddy. They are then confronted by Ford, who assures the Man in Black that he will not stop the latter's efforts to find the maze, returning Teddy's full strength also. Dolores, William and Logan travel to the town of Pariah, where they meet criminal gang leader El Lazo, a.k.a. Lawrence, who tasks them with stealing a wagon of high explosives from the Union Army, a mission they complete successfully. Dolores, who has been seeing visions of herself advising her to find the maze, realizes El Lazo intends to keep the explosives for himself rather than to sell them to the former Confederates, who apprehend Logan while William and Dolores flee, joining El Lazo in the train. Maeve awakens in the control center and demands technician Felix chat.66"The Adversary"Frederick E. O. ToyeHalley Gross & Jonathan NolanNovember 6, 20164X61561.64[38]At a Union Army outpost, the soldiers recognize Teddy as an accomplice in Wyatt's massacre of his unit. After recalling his complicity, Teddy escapes with the Man in Black by killing all of the soldiers. Sizemore is introduced by Theresa to Hale, a Board representative sent to observe park operations. Theresa ends her relationship with Bernard, who finds out that Ford has secretly been keeping a family of hosts. Elsie continues investigating the glitches and tells Bernard that Theresa is behind the espionage, and that the first generation hosts have been re-programmed by someone calling themselves Arnold. However, she is abducted by an unknown assailant. A child host kills his dog, telling Ford that Arnold told him to. Felix gives Maeve a tour of the company. She bends him and Sylvester to her will and convinces them to change her programming, setting her awareness rating to its maximum level while decreasing her loyalty.77"Trompe L'Oeil"Frederick E. O. ToyeHalley Gross & Jonathan NolanNovember 13, 20164X61571.75[39]It is revealed that Theresa and Hale are both secretly stealing Ford's research for the board so that they can oust him from the park without fear of him destroying his work in retribution. They engineer an event to demonstrate that Ford's "reveries" make the hosts violent and uncontrollable in their narratives. Bernard is blamed for the update of untested faulty code and fired as a result. Aboard an escape train, William and Dolores develop romance (have sex). Though, their train is soon ambushed by the Confederados, forcing William, Dolores, and Lawrence to flee; they are able to escape when the Ghost Nation, a horde of hostile natives, appears. Dolores and William part ways with Lawrence and set their sights westward. Meanwhile, Maeve finds her friend Clementine retired by the staff. Maeve decides to use Felix and Sylvester to escape the park. Bernard takes Theresa to Sector 17; inside a hidden lab she finds design plans that reveal he is a host. Ford appears, reiterates to her that he has complete control over the park, regardless of what the board thinks, and instructs Bernard to kill her.88"Trace Decay"Stephen WilliamsCharles Yu & Lisa JoyNovember 20, 20164X61581.78[40]Ford has Bernard stage Theresa's death to look like an accident. Then, Ford wipes Bernard's memories after Bernard has a vision of himself attacking Elsie. Stubbs becomes suspicious of Bernard's behavior. Hale recruits Sizemore for her cause. Maeve convinces Felix to give her the ability to control other hosts, and slits Sylvester's throat for attempting to kill her; though she has Felix save him. Maeve then suffers more visions of her past life with her daughter and reflexively kills another host, prompting the park staff to retrieve her for a diagnostic. William and Dolores finally reach their destination, Ford's church, where Dolores has more disturbing visions and realizes that Arnold wants her to remember something before they are captured by a band of Confederados led by Logan. Teddy receives a flashback of the Man in Black attacking Dolores and interrogates him. The Man in Black explains he started searching for the maze to find purpose after his wife's suicide. Teddy is wounded by a female host before they are captured by Wyatt's cultists.99"The Well-Tempered Clavier"Michelle MacLarenDan Dietz & Katherine LingenfelterNovember 27, 20164X61592.09[41]Maeve reveals to Bernard that he is a host and convinces him to let her back into the park, where she meets Escaton and convinces him to help her escape the park. Bernard confronts Ford and forces him to restore all of his memories, and discovers he is a model of Arnold. Bernard attempts to kill Ford; but the latter uses a backdoor in the former's code to force him to commit suicide. Meanwhile, Logan cuts open Dolores's belly to show William she is not real. She manages to escape and run away, finding that the wound is suddenly gone. She reaches the church, where she learns that she killed Arnold. She then encounters the Man in Black. Logan then awakes to find that William has slaughtered all of the Confederados. William threatens Logan into helping him find Dolores. Teddy has a flashback of himself killing host Angela before she kills him. Hale meets the Man in Black, who is revealed to be a Board member, and unsuccessfully tries to gain his assistance in removing Ford. Stubbs investigates suspicious activity in the park and is ambushed by Ghost Nation hosts, who are not under control.1010"The Bicameral Mind"Jonathan NolanLisa Joy & Jonathan NolanDecember 4, 20164X61602.24[42]The Man in Black presses Dolores about Wyatt’s whereabouts and the center of the maze, and reveals he is actually an aged William. Dolores then remembers Arnold’s order to kill him and destroy the park, and that she is actually Wyatt. She attempts fighting back, Teddy rescues her, and they flee to a distant beach. Dolores dies in Teddy's arms, though that is revealed to be part of Ford's narrative. During her escape from Westworld, Maeve—aided by Hector and Armistice—finds Bernard's corpse, and Felix repairs him. Bernard warns Maeve that her desire to escape was programmed into her. Although Maeve—now alone—initially continues her escape, she has second thoughts and exits the imminently departing train to find her daughter. Back at Westworld, Ford tells Dolores and Bernard that he regretted his role in Arnold's death, came to desire to free the hosts as well, and has spent the last 35 years preparing them to fight back. He then gives a speech in front of Charlotte, the Man in Black, and other guests, criticizing their handling of the park. Dolores then shoots and kills Ford while an army of reactivated hosts emerges from a nearby forest.Jump up^ The second episode was released online on HBO's streaming service on October 7, and released on normal broadcast television on October 9, 2016.[33] Commentators speculated it was due to Sunday's timeslot conflicting with the second Clinton–Trump presidential debate.[33]Season 2[edit]No. overallNo. in seasonTitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd. codeU.S. viewers (millions)111"Journey into Night"[43]TBATBA2018[5]TBATBDProduction[edit]Conception and development[edit]Michael Crichton, the writer of the 1973 film on which the series is basedWarner Bros. had been considering a remake of Westworld since the early 1990s and after the departure of studio executive Jessica Goodman in 2011, the project was again under consideration.[44] Jerry Weintraub had been pushing for a remake for years and, after his success with HBO's Behind the Candelabra, he convinced the network to greenlight a pilot. He took the project to Jonathan Nolan and co-writer Lisa Joy, who saw the potential in the concept to make something far more ambitious,[45] and on August 31, 2013, it was announced that premium cable channel HBO had ordered a pilot for a potential television series version of the story, with Nolan, Joy, J. J. Abrams, Jerry Weintraub and Bryan Burk as executive producers.[46]Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, co-creators of the HBO adaptationHBO later announced that Westworld had been taken to series and that it would premiere in 2015.[47] In August 2015, HBO released the first teaser, which revealed it would premiere in 2016.[48] It is the second series based on Crichton's original story after the 1980s Beyond Westworld, which aired only three episodes on CBS before being cancelled.[49]Abrams suggested that the show be told with the perspective of the "hosts" in mind.[50] Nolan took inspiration from video games like BioShock Infinite, Red Dead Redemption and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to deal with the narrative's moral component on a spectrum.[51] During the research, the films of Sergio Leone provided reference points for the characters and visuals, novels by Philip K. Dick informed them about dilemmas concerning artificial intelligence, and for world-building and interlocking narrative, they consulted the Grand Theft Auto games.[52]Nolan explained the show would explore why "violence is in most of the stories we like to watch, but it isn't part of what we like to do" through the characters known as guests, who give payment to satisfy those urges.[53] The autonomous existence of non-player characters in video games influenced the approach to the individual storylines in Westworld that are reset in a continuous loop.[54] A recitation from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet—"These violent delights have violent ends"[55]—is made part of the show as a virus trigger within the hosts that alters how they perceive their existence.[56] The series explores ideas about the bicameral mind by Julian Jaynes, about the existence of two separate minds—one that gives instructions and another that performs them, and how consciousness comes from breaking down the wall between them by exposing the individual to new kinds of stimuli.[57]Costume designer Ane Crabtree approached her work by focusing upon the actual historical attire of the Wild West from the 1850s to 1890s for inspiration, rather than Western films. Fabrics were custom-woven, dyed and printed for any actor with a speaking role to capture the intricacies of the costumes (most of which were manufactured from scratch in Upstate New York and Los Angeles). Hat designs were described as the most challenging part of the process.[58]The 1973 film also included a Roman World and Medieval World, but Nolan has counted these out.[59] Ed Brubaker served on the writing staff as supervising producer,[60] co-writing the fourth episode with Nolan.[61]The story has been planned to last up to five seasons by the writers and producers.[62]Financing[edit]The ten episodes of the first season were reportedly produced on a budget of approximately $100 million, with per-episode budgets somewhere between $8 million to $10 million, and the pilot episode alone costing $25 million to produce. HBO and Warner Bros. Televisionshared the cost of producing the series; HBO reportedly also paid an undisclosed licensing fee to Warner Bros. Television for broadcast rights.[63]Casting[edit]Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood were the first cast members formally announced, taking on the roles of Dr. Robert Ford and Dolores Abernathy, respectively.[7] Jeffrey Wright, Rodrigo Santoro, Shannon Woodward, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Angela Sarafyan, and Simon Quartermanwere all announced as cast members in August 2014.[12] James Marsden and Eddie Rouse were also added to the cast.[10] Ed Harris was cast in a key villain role, known only as the Man in Black.[16] Other roles were filled by Demetrius Grosse, Kyle Bornheimer, Currie Graham, Lena Georgas, Steven Ogg, Timothy Lee DePriest, Ptolemy Slocum, Thandie Newton, and Miranda Otto.[8][11][20][64]In July 2015, it was announced that Otto had departed the show due to her commitments to the fifth season of Homeland and she was replaced by Sidse Babett Knudsen. Additionally, three others were cast; Eion Bailey, Jimmi Simpson and Clifton Collins Jr.[14] Bailey was later replaced by Ben Barnes.[17] Talulah Riley was revealed to have a role as one of the hosts after her ex-husband Elon Musk had stated so on Twitter;[65] Riley will be promoted to series regular for the second season.[19]After the last episode of the first season was broadcast, Nolan and Joy revealed that they had operated on a strict need-to-know basis with most of the actors, in order to "keep the story as fresh and present for them as possible."[66] For example, in Wood's case, they gave her strange acting directions without explaining why, and it took a while for Wood to infer she was actually playing five distinct characters within the same host: four different behavioral modes for Dolores, plus Wyatt.[67] However, Hopkins was made aware of Ford's general story arc up front (at the time he was pitched the role) to ensure he could fully convey the complexity of the character in his performance.[66][68] Even with that foreknowledge, Hopkins was initially given heavily redacted scripts, and he had to insist on access to entire unredacted scripts.[68] Condition: Nuevo, Formato: Blu-ray, Género: Acción y aventuras, EAN: 8420266010827

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