Thandie Newton has said that she has had to 'swallow' her resentment after she found out how much more her male co-stars were being paid than her on Westworld.
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Episode three of the new season of Westworld is arguably one of the show’s most revealing and exhilarating. Despite season one offering jaw-dropping moments, such as when we learn Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) is a host and that we are, in fact, watching two different timelines 30 years apart, the third instalment of the current season offered plenty in terms of a wider, more expansive vision of what we know about the theme parks and their history. It’s also indicative that the revolt happening in Westworld is far greater than Delores (Evan Rachel Wood) and Maeve (Thandie Newton): it’s happening all over, in every single park.
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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has taken aim at Westworld, claiming that it used elephants from a company that it says abuses animals. In an open letter to HBO President of Programming Casey Bloys, PETA’s Lauren Thompson says that at least one of the elephants used in the latest episode of the sci-fi show was provided by Have Trunk Will Travel. PETA claims to have ‘eye-witness’ video footage that proves that the company has abused elephants in its care.
After becoming a fan favorite and Emmys darling in its first season, Westworld is set to return in April. Here is everything we know so far about the HBO sci-fi show's upcoming second season.
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