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Westworld season 4: The Man In Black will apparently ‘kill everyone’



It’s game on for Westworld season 4 (Picture: HBO)

*Warning – this post contains spoilers for Westworld season 3*

Westworld creator Jonathan Nolan has claimed that the Man In Black (Ed Harris) will ‘kill everyone’ in season four.

Last month, HBO’s sci-fi epic ended its third series on the apparent demise of the human version character, murdered by his own host-copy created by a murderous Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson), who herself is implanted with the mind of Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood).

Listen, it’s Westworld, this was never not going to be complicated.

Now, it appears there’s one Man In Black in town – and he’s got death on the mind, and no-one’s safe.

Speaking during an online roundtable with the series’ stars, Nolan admitted: ‘I’m a big believer in being guided by irony.

[The Man in Black] winds up becoming this thing [a host] that he’s controlled for so long.’

He continued: ‘And on a visceral level, I just can’t wait to watch Ed kill everyone.’

The Man In Black as we know him is no more (Picture: HBO)

Westworld season three also ended on the shocking note of the apparent demise of its main character, Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood).

Nolan has also thrown doubt over whether Wood will continue to appear in the show, stating that ‘that version of the character is gone.’

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‘Let me clarify: Dolores is gone,’ he explained to Variety. ‘We’re not yet discussing publicly the direction the show is taking, but the fun thing about this show is, you know, from the beginning Lisa [Joy] and I wanted to make a show that constantly reinvented itself, that could be a different show every season.’

We’ll tell you one thing, though, we don’t believe it for a second.

Westworld is available to stream via NOW TV.

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