Shooting "Westworld" sounds a lot like watching it: You can't be sure of anything.
Evan Rachel Wood recently chatted with Vulture and she admitted that "it was insane to be an actor" in the second season of the hit HBO series. Part of the challenge was that episodes were filmed out of order. Given how hard it is to figure out the show's twists and turns when you're watching the season unfold as it's intended to, we can imagine that it's infinitely more difficult to try to piece together a jumbled up version of the story.
"I had no idea what was happening in season two. At all. ... I don’t know how I feel about it," Wood told Vulture. "But it was a ride."
While that sounds intense, it worked. "Westworld" has already been renewed for Season 3, and the show's co-creators, Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, are hard at work on plans for the upcoming season. They'll open a new chapter, as Joy recently discussed with New Zealand's Stuff magazine.
"I think for every season what we try to do is tell a chapter of the story that gives you closure and then opens a door to a new chapter," she said.
We're excited to see where the story goes, and hopefully the cast is ready for the chaotic process of filming it.