HBO releases #Westworld Season 3 official trailer


After two seasons in the park, HBO is finally ready to go beyond Westworld.

We already know they'll be introducing another park. In any case, we are familiar with the new Caleb character played through Aaron Paul, who is by all accounts a criminal in a considerable cyberpunk scene. And who is this person that Dolores is after?

Those ends definitely seem to be a little bit of wiping out humanity, which seems ... bad. During an interview with Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest, the fullback explained, "My humble opinion, I think he wants to play, and I don't think he'll want to play for any other team than the Seattle Seahawks". During the second season finale, Maeve sacrificed herself in order to save her daughter before the Door closed.

From there we see flashes of returning characters, although they're not going to behave almost the same as in previous seasons.

She added, "I feel now, Season Three, she'll be in the actual world apparently".

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Meanwhile, a determined Dolores is assembling an army of her own, recruiting old and new friends to realize her dream of destroying the mortal establishment that created her. And with a cast this talented, watching the metamorphosis of all these characters is one of the most fun parts. Ed Harris's William aka The Man in Black.

The trailer for the upcoming season confirms it's true. When asked about his plans with the National Football League moving forward, Lynch simply said, "we'll see what happens", according to the Seattle Times.

"We do this the old-fashioned way", Dolores says with a mischievous smirk. Charlotte is anxious that it's five of them "against an entire world of them", but Dolores assures her "it'll be enough". The theory isn't far-fetched, because, in the trailer, Dolores does tell Caleb that they are "a lot alike".

In three games (two in the playoffs) last season, Lynch rushed for 67 yards on 30 carries and four touchdowns.