Westworld episode 5 trailer: The Man in Black meets a certain park creator

'What is it you’re hoping to find there?'

Jack Shepherd
Tuesday 25 October 2016 11:20
Westworld - Episode 5 Preview

HBO’s latest show Westworld is well under way, the fourth episode having opened up further questions about The Man in Black’s intentions.

The preview for episode five has debuted online, revealing the aforementioned unnamed gunslinger - who we now know is famous foundation owner outside of the park - will meet with Anthony Hopkins’s character Dr. Robert Ford, the park’s mysterious creative director.

“What is it you’re hoping to find there?” asks Dr. Ford, to which the Man in Black answers: “Something true.”

Also shown in the trailer is Evan Rachel Wood’s Dolores meeting with Dr. Ford about her latest dreams, as well as the character taking part in a Day of the Day-esque celebration in town.

Recently, Westworld’s showrunners revealed how Game of Thrones author George RR Martin wanted the two HBO shows to crossover.

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy said Martin put forward the idea of Westeros World over dinner months before the show debuted.

“We love George and our daughter’s first trip anywhere in the world was out to Santa Fe for a screening of The Prestige at his theatre, the Jean Cocteau,” Nolan told one publication. “He’s a lovely guy and a stunning writer and it’s flattering he would encourage a crossover. We should be so lucky.”

Meanwhile, a list of the eleven ways humans have died in the Westworld park was released by HBO, featuring some interesting inclusions such as Tumbleweeds and Self-cannibalism.

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