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Evan Rachel Wood Reveals Westworld Season 2 Is Coming

Filming starts soon!
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  • Evan Rachel Wood, who plays Dolores on HBO's breakout series Westworld, posted a picture of one of her character's signature corsets to Instagram.

  • "A certain TV show is starting again very soon," she teased.

  • Season two of Westworld will debut in 2018.

It's going to be a long, cruel hiatus for Westworld fans—Season one's finale last year brought with it the devastating news that the HBO hit won't return until 2018. But there's at least a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel, thanks to Evan Rachel Wood.

"Corset training has started again," Wood wrote in an Instagram post, beside a picture of what's unmistakably part of her Dolores costume. "Which can only mean one thing. A certain TV show is starting again very soon." So while there's still no official start date for Season two filming, let alone a release date, we're getting closer!

Season one has been described as a prequel to the real story of Westworld, so now that The Man In Black's identity and Ford's true plan have been revealed, Season two is free to kick into the main event. Co-creator Lisa Joy also confirmed the show will tackle other parks beyond Westworld, as the finale hinted with that tiny glimpse of Samurai World. Get here faster, 2018!

From: Harper's BAZAAR

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