When is Westworld 3 out, what’s the trailer and who’s in the cast with Aaron Paul & Evan Rachel Wood?
11 March 2020, 13:41 | Updated: 11 March 2020, 13:46
Watch the latest teaser for the hit HBO drama with Evan Rachel Wood, Aaron Paul, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson and more.
A behind the scenes teaser for Westworld III has been released, letting fans know more about what we can expect from the upcoming season.
Watch it above.
Find out everything we know about the third instalment of the hit HBO series below.
When is Westworld III set for release?
Westworld will be released on 15 March 2020.
Where can you watch Westworld III?
The series is available to watch on HBO, Sky Atlantic and NOW TV. It's also available on YouTube and Google Play from £1.99.
Who joins Evan Rachel Wood in the cast?
HBO first released a look Westworld season 3 last year, which was set against Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.
The one-and-a-half minute teaser trailer saw the return of Evan Rachel Wood, but also reveals a new character in Caleb, played by Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul.
Find out some of the other cast who are said to be in third series, according to IMDb:
Tessa Thompson - Charlotte Halle
Luke Hemsworth - Ashley Stubbs
Thandie Newton - Maeve Millay
Ed Harris - Man in Black
Jeffrey Wright - Bernard Lowe
What will happen in Westworld III?
The latest teaser reveals that the robots will in fact become the "guests" in a new world.
As many fans have noted already, Westworld III looks like a completely different world from the previous two series, seeing the cast living in a modern world full of handy technological advancements, such as driverless mopeds and dynamically changing clothes.
However, a previously released extended look at the series - which was revealed at San Diego Comic-Con - also introduced us to a what looks like World War II themed park.
Watch it below:
It followed a creepy advert for what looks like a tech data company called Incite. We're not sure what the exact role will be of Incite yet, but it probably has a lot to do with collecting and storing data for robots... or humans.
What are the reactions so far?
Fans are pretty ecstatic about the imminent release of season three, but an early review from Critical Hit calls it less "superfluously twisty" than the last series and adds that apart from the "almost pointless exception" of the WWII world, series three seriously ups the sci-fi element.