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Westworld’s season two trailer reveals more bloodshed

Season two of Westworld is set to premiere on HBO April 22.

And the network teased fans on Thursday with an action packed trailer for the hit Emmy winning series.

Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton returns as robots, also known as hosts Dorlores and Maeve for the tantalizing preview.

 

HBO teased fans on Thursday with an action packed trailer for the second season of the hit Emmy winning series Westworld; Evan Rachel Wood pictured

The season two trailer features a piano cover of Nirvana’s tune Heart Shaped Box.

It opens with Jeffrey Wright’s character Bernard Lowe telling Dolores about a dream he had.

He says ominously: ‘I dreamt I was on the ocean,’ as images of the vivid sequence light up the screen.

Bernard added: ‘You and the others were on a distant shore.’ 

Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton (pictured) returns as robots, also known as hosts Dorlores and Maeve for the tantalizing preview

Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton (pictured) returns as robots, also known as hosts Dorlores and Maeve for the tantalizing preview

In character: It opens with Jeffrey Wright's character Bernard Lowe telling Dolores about a dream he had

In character: It opens with Jeffrey Wright’s character Bernard Lowe telling Dolores about a dream he had

The sequence: He says ominously: 'I dreamt I was on the ocean,' as images of the vivid sequence light up the screen

The sequence: He says ominously: ‘I dreamt I was on the ocean,’ as images of the vivid sequence light up the screen

Dolores asks him: ‘Were you with us?’ to which he answers with ‘no.’ 

She asks: ‘What’s it mean?’ and he tells her: ‘Dreams don’t mean anything Dolores. That answer doesn’t seem to satisfy you.’

She pauses and says: ‘Because it’s not completely honest.’

Meanwhile, Maeve continues her search for her daughter, which may or may not be a figment of her imagination. 

Dolores takes a journey with James Mardsen’s character Teddy Flood through the desert; he tells her: ‘We’ve ridden 10 miles and all we’ve seen is blood. Is this what you want?’

Mesmerizing: Dolores asks him: 'Were you with us?' to which he answers with 'no'

Mesmerizing: Dolores asks him: ‘Were you with us?’ to which he answers with ‘no’

Finding answers: Meanwhile, Maeve continues her search for her daughter, which may or may not be a figment of her imagination

Finding answers: Meanwhile, Maeve continues her search for her daughter, which may or may not be a figment of her imagination

Lengthy: Dolores takes a journey with James Mardsen's character Teddy Flood through the desert; he tells her: 'We've ridden 10 miles and all we've seen is blood. Is this what you want?'

Lengthy: Dolores takes a journey with James Mardsen’s character Teddy Flood through the desert; he tells her: ‘We’ve ridden 10 miles and all we’ve seen is blood. Is this what you want?’

She responds: ‘It’s us or them.’ 

Evan’s character says of being a robot: ‘Here we are. The kind that will never know death. And yet we are fighting to live.’

Telling Bernard: ‘There is beauty in what we are.’

Ed Harris, the Man in Black, is pictured walking through Westworld where everyone is seemingly shot dead on the ground.

The season one finale had a robot uprising gaining traction, which is continuing to strengthen in season two. 

Strong: Evan's character says of being a robot: 'Here we are. the kind that will never know death. And yet we are fighting to live. There is beauty in what we are'

Strong: Evan’s character says of being a robot: ‘Here we are. the kind that will never know death. And yet we are fighting to live. There is beauty in what we are’

War zone: The season one finale had a robot uprising gaining traction, which is continuing to strengthen in season two

War zone: The season one finale had a robot uprising gaining traction, which is continuing to strengthen in season two

Flashes of shoot outs, including Dolores wielding a weapon are also heavily shown in the trailer.

There are also groups of hosts and humans seen in the midst of battle.

The audience also finally gets a glimpse of what could be Shogun World.

Season two of Westworld, called The Door, premieres on HBO April 22. 

Mysterious: The audience also finally gets a glimpse of what could be Shogun World

Mysterious: The audience also finally gets a glimpse of what could be Shogun World

Courage: There are also groups of hosts and humans seen in the midst of battle

Courage: There are also groups of hosts and humans seen in the midst of battle

A moment: Season two of Westworld premieres on HBO April 22

A moment: Season two of Westworld premieres on HBO April 22



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