• ‘Westworld' Finale: What's Up With That Weird Conversation Between Stubbs and Hale?

    24 days ago - By The Wrap

    (The mother all spoiler alerts: Please do not read ahead unless you've seen the “Westworld” Season 2 finale, “The Passenger,” which aired Sunday.)
    Well that was odd.
    Toward the end of “Westworld”s Season 2 finale, “The Passenger,” one of the strangest exchanges that viewers have ever witnessed on Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's HBO sci-fi series occurred between Ashley Stubbs and Charlotte Hale. Or rather, Stubbs and “Halores” had a bizarre conversation, as Evan Rachel Wood's character was really inhabiting a new skin that looked just like Hale.
    And while TheWrap was busy wondering if the...
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  • Westworld Co-Creator Shines Light On William's Confusing Post-Credits Sequence

    Westworld Co-Creator Shines Light On William's Confusing Post-Credits Sequence

    24 days ago - By Cinéma Blend

    Westworld delivered a shocking post-credits sequence that hinted at things to come in Season 3.
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  • ‘Westworld': That Entire Bonkers Season 2 Ending, Explained

    24 days ago - By The Wrap

    (Warning: All of the spoilers for the end of “Westworld” Season 2 below! Read on at your own risk!)
    “Westworld” Season 2 ended with yet another series of crazy, possibly confusing twists, bringing together multiple timelines and finally explaining what the deal is with Bernard, Dolores, and the Valley Beyond.
    Especially in the last 20 minutes, the “Westworld” Season 2 finale dumps a whole lot of information on viewers, and it's easy to possibly be a little lost. Here's a quick rundown of what happened with every character, and what the end of Season 2 means for Season 3.
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  • Westworld Season 2's End-Credits Scene Explained

    Westworld Season 2's End-Credits Scene Explained

    24 days ago - By Screen Rant

    WARNING: Spoilers for Westworld Season 2. Westworld Season 2 had so much to wrap up that it needed an extra, post-credits scene to do it. The season finale, "The Passenger", didn't just address the mystery of The Door and lay some serious groundwork for what's to come in Season 3, it also dealt with a Forge-worth of character payoff. One character who got a rather short shrift in the episode was William aka the Man in Black. Last week's episode, "Vanishing Point", delved deep into his past and the more recent misdeeds that led to his wife's suicide and saw him shoot definitely-not-a-host...
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