Have a look at the new artwork in the Fan Art gallery, the standard of work is annoyingly high...
Make sure you click on the first item in the Gallery or on the picture above, the new pencil drawing of Bernard. It's actually a whole gallery of work by the artist novocastrian, who posts on twitter and deviant art. We're really pleased to be able to include their work.
Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
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I know that this will be all speculation, but where do you think the show will head now? As far as I can tell, everything was scripted by Ford- from Maeve doing what she did, to Dolores becoming who she became. Do you think there is any chance of humans regaining control of the park? I would say yes, but at very high cost.Read more >
Guys.. I don't think we need much more proof than this!!! This is the same knife! Same gold handle!! Thoughts?!Read more >
Guys, it's happening! Season 2 of Westworld has been confirmed! Unfortunately, we'll have to wait until 2018 to see what happens with the Hosts and Guests after this seasons finale. Casey Bloys, President of HBO's programming, says that season 2 will be "exciting, mysterious and as fun as season 1. And completely original, as well."Read more >
As a fan of science fiction stories about human-like robots and artificial life forms, I'm having trouble accepting the depiction of Westworld's Programming Division. I don't see how a few "programmers" such as Bernard Lowe and Elsie Hughes can possibly program all of the new artificial Host personalities that act out new adventures for Guests such as Odyssey on Red River. As depicted in Westworld, the Programming Division seems barely able to understand and manage the existing Hosts, let alone craft new ones.
Thus, for me, the Programming Division of Westworld seems as artificial and unrealistic as the idea that programmer Dennis Nedry created all of the millions of lines of computer "code" for Jurassic Park. The portrayed plot problems in Wes…Read more >
When Isaac Asimov began creating stories about robots, he imagined the integration of robots into families. In his story "Robbie" (published in 1940), a rather primitive robot became the "nursemaid" for a little girl.
Ray Bradbury later devised a story about a robotic grandmother who served as a replacement care-taker, taking the place of the dead mother of some young children. "I Sing the Body Electric" was episode 100 of the The Twilight Zone (1962).
Later (1976), Asimov wrote "The Bicentennial Man", a story about a robot that became part of a family. The story was made into a film staring Robin Williams (1999). In that film, the robot eventually had itself re-built so as to be composed of biological body parts and turned into a mortal being…Read more >
UPDATE: Voting is now closed! Check out the winners below!
Westworld has become our new obsession. We are dying to know who the Man in Black is and if Arnold is the one who is talking to Dolores. As we draw closer to the end of the first season, we've decided to rank our favorite Hosts. We've compiled a list of our twelve favorites and we are leaving it up to you to decide who will win the #1 spot. We will be accepting votes until December 4th so get yours in today! When we're done with voting we will announce the winner, so remember to check back here!
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The Multiple Timelines Theory.
Just take a look at this video.
I've been happily rubbishing this theory whenever QueenBuffy's brought it up - but after watching this I'm not certain. Annoying...
The two things that made me jump?
- Dolores' can, the one she drops after leaving the store. The label on the can is different sometimes. The font is different and ... well, have a look
- Not convinced? Look at the different designs of the WW logo that come up, there are definitely two distinct designs, one old and one new.
- The evidence for there being multiple timelines in the show is not only stronger than I expected, it's annoyingly convincing.
There really are two different can designs, on the left is the can as it was picked up by William, whilst on the …Read more >