Aaron Paul Shines In HBO’s ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Trailer

May 20, 2019

Category: Entertainment

The third installment of HBO’s futuristic Western sci-fi thriller looks to take viewers away from the park’s inner turmoil and into the “real world.” With glimpses of new characters played by noteworthy actors, the next season of Westworld is poised for a dive deep into android-human relations in what could be an entirely different show.

The trailer gives us a glimpse into life outside of the fantasy theme park, centering around a blue-collar construction worker and seemingly depressed criminal played by Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad fame. With brief cameos from co-star rapper Kid Cudi, Lena Waithe, and Marshawn Lynch, the sci-fi remake should be a hard departure from what viewers got used to seeing in the first two seasons. The highly-acclaimed tv series is slated to return to HBO for its third season in 2020.

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