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Rules Don't Apply review

23 April 2017 3:30 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Warren Beatty's new film, Rules Don't Apply, quietly snuck into UK cinemas last weekend. Here's our review...

Not unreasonably, Howard Hughes is a figure of fascination in cinema. From Leonardo DiCaprio in The Aviator to Terry O'Quinn in The Rocketeer, to characters who were inspired by him, like Willard Whyte in Diamonds Are Forever or Howard Stark in the Marvel cinematic universe, the billionaire businessman's on-screen influence feels fitting for his early status as a movie tycoon.

Now, Warren Beatty directs, produces, writes and stars in Rules Don't Apply, whose convention-busting title reflects the way in which it runs counter to other cinematic treatments by putting the spotlight on two of Hughes' many employees. Set during the tumultuous years of 1958 to 1964, the film focuses on virginal Virginia beauty queen Marla Mabrey (Lily Collins), an actress who's new to Hollywood, and Frank Forbes (Alden Ehrenreich), a chauffeur who drives her around. »

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Darren Aronofsky Directs Two New York Times Ads for ‘The Truth Is Hard’ Campaign — Watch

21 April 2017 10:47 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Darren Aronofsky has directed four commercials for “The Truth Is Hard,” an ongoing brand campaign launched by The New York Times. The first two of these — which spotlight the work of photojournalists Tyler Hicks and Bryan Denton, respectively — have now been released. Watch both below.

Read More: ‘mother!’: Darren Aronofsky Drama Starring Jennifer Lawrence Gets Awards-Friendly Release Date

“Photojournalists risk their safety, their minds and often their lives in order to capture what is really happening in the most tumultuous parts of the world,” Aronofsky said in a statement. “They rush face first into war, disease and human plight to capture the horrors that are unfolding on and to our planet. Many of their images end up changing us and how we treat each other. Instead of being maligned and mistrusted, journalists should be respected and thanked.

“For me, it was an honor to speak with them about their »

- Michael Nordine

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Rules Don’t Apply review: Dir. Warren Beatty (2017)

19 April 2017 5:27 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Rules Don’t Apply review: Warren Beatty returns to the screen for the first time in 16 years with this Hollywood tale of love, power and losing the plot.

Rules Don’t Apply review by Paul Heath, April 2017.

Rules Don’t Apply review // Image: Fox

Rules Don’t Apply is a welcomed return to the big-screen for Warren Beatty in his first film since 2001’s Town & Country. Clearly a passion project, in the works since 2001, Beatty not only appears on-screen in the central role of film and aviation legend Howard Hughes, but also scripts and directs (it is his first directorial effort since 1999’s Bulworth).

Not all that well received in its domestic territories from both critics and the cinema-going public, Rules Don’t Apply arrives on UK shores post-Oscars Best Picture mix-up, but the previous negative publicity really shouldn’t deter you from this well constructed, if sometimes stunted comedy drama, »

- Paul Heath

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Faster & Furiously: How Vin & the Family Owe an 80s & 90s Debt

14 April 2017 4:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tony Black on how Fast & Furious owes a debt to 80s and 90s action movies…

You may have avoided the Fast & Furious franchise. I did, for ages. To me it was nothing more than ‘car porn’, full of slick machismo, bad dialogue and poorer plot choices. 2008’s semi-reboot Fast & Furious began a steady change across the next decade which stands as one of the most remarkable in any franchise in blockbuster cinematic history – what started as a B-movie car film from a Z-grade director, taking a title from a little known 50’s B-picture, evolved into a blend of The Italian Job, James Bond, and every single 80’s & 90’s action film with a cheesy hero and a shit ton of explosions you can imagine.

To those decades a franchise steered to multi billion dollar takings by shrewd helmsmen Justin Lin & James Wan (now in the hands of F. Gary Gray) owes »

- Tony Black

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Film Review: ‘Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo’

11 April 2017 2:14 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Scheduled to blast off April 14 into theatrical and digital orbits, “Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo” likely will be referred to by some wags as “Not-So-Hidden Figures,” given its focus on the mostly white and entirely male teams of mission controllers and support crews that were frequently visible (on TV and in newsreels) yet largely anonymous during the early days of the U.S. manned-spaceflight program. But the recent box office success of director Theodore Melfi’s compelling drama about contributions by African-American women to the space program may boost mainstream interest in this celebratory documentary, which enthralls with a more traditional but equally absorbing stories-behind-the-story narrative.

The film is a worthy follow-up by producers Keith Haviland and Gareth Dodds to “The Last Man on the Moon,” their exceptional 2014 biographical portrait of Gene Cernan, who flew three times in space and twice to the moon during his »

- Joe Leydon

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Goldie Hawn Retrospective to Screen at the Quad Cinema in NYC

11 April 2017 10:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Goldie Hawn in “Private Benjamin

The upcoming mother-daughter comedy “Snatched” marks Goldie Hawn’s first film since 2002’s “The Banger Sisters.” To celebrate the end of Hawn’s 15-year sabbatical, the Quad will hold a retrospective of the Oscar winner’s films, a press release announced.

The Golden Goldies retrospective will see beloved Hawn films like “Private Benjamin,” “Swing Shift,” “Death Becomes Her,” and “The First Wives Club” screen on 35mm.

“No Hollywood actress in recent memory has come closer than Goldie Hawn to capturing the ebullience and whip-smart comic timing of the great screen comediennes of the ’30s and ’40s, a modern Joan Blondell or Carole Lombard,” the release states. “Though she won an Academy Award for one of her first roles (in 1969’s ‘Cactus Flower’), critics have tended to underestimate the depths of [Hawn’s] talent. The forthcoming film ‘Snatched’ marks her long-awaited return to the screen after a 15-year absence, and we’re celebrating the occasion with a greatest-hits retrospective, a veritable masterclass in the delicate art of cinematic comedy.”

It’s great that Hawn’s contributions to cinema are being recognized. However, while researching the Golden Goldies films as well as Hawn’s entire filmography, we noticed the actress has never worked with a female film director. From what we can tell, she has only collaborated with a woman director once, on a 2013 episode of the kids show “Phineas and Ferb.” Sue Perrotto co-directed the ep.

This is disappointing, but not a complete surprise. Last year Cosmopolitan published a story detailing how many big-name actors have never worked with a woman film director. Among them are Sean Connery, Sylvester Stallone, Ben Stiller, Matt Damon, Tom Cruise, and Tobey Maguire. And to be fair to them and Hawn, there are plenty of actresses who have never appeared in a woman-helmed film. Shailene Woodley, for example, has not appeared in a feature film directed by a woman

Still. We wish both male and female power players would follow Jessica Chastain’s lead. “I’m looking to work with a female filmmaker every year,” she told Variety. “That’s my goal. They’re not given the same opportunities so if I have any influence in choosing a film or a script or finding a director I’m absolutely going to make a difference. That doesn’t mean I’m excluding men — it means I need some balance in my life.”

And she’s achieving it; Chastain has worked with female directors like Kathryn Bigelow, Liv Ullmann, and Susanna White. Her most recent collaboration with a woman director is Niki Caro’s “The Zookeeper’s Wife.”

The Golden Goldies retrospective will be May 6–11 at the Quad in New York City. The featured films and their synopses are below, courtesy of Quad Cinema.

“Death Becomes Her”

Robert Zemeckis, 1992, 104m, U.S., 35mm

Sun May 7 & Mon May 8

When glamorous narcissist Meryl Streep steals her fiancé Bruce Willis, Hawn finds revenge in an elixir of youth (and immortality) supplied by a seductively devilish Isabella Rossellini. Rivalry escalates to murder as Hawn and Streep battle it out in the land of the undead in this cult black comedy about all-consuming vanity.

The First Wives Club

Hugh Wilson, 1996, U.S., 103m, 35mm

Mon May 8

Spite never sleeps in this gleefully vindictive comedy about getting even and the bonds of sisterhood. Hawn stars opposite Bette Midler and Diane Keaton as a once-acclaimed actress plagued by ageism and out for revenge against her ex-husband and his perky new muse. But acrimony eventually gives way to a new sense of liberation, culminating in an ever-endearing rendition of Lesley Gore’s anthem of female independence.

Overboard

Garry Marshall, 1987, U.S., 106m, 35mm

Wed May 10

Wertmüller’s “Swept Away” reimagined as big studio farce, with Hawn’s shrill heiress mistreating blue-collar carpenter Kurt Russell, who then proceeds to enact romantic revenge after she’s afflicted with amnesia. Despite the retrograde sexual politics, the chemistry is palpable and the comic timing immaculate.

Private Benjamin

Howard Zieff, 1980, U.S., 109m, 35mm

Wed May 6 & Thur May 11

After husband Albert Brooks dies on their wedding night, spoiled rich girl Hawn is convinced by military recruiter Harry Dean Stanton to join the U.S. Army, where she comes up against a tough-as-nails C.O. Eileen Brennan. Both Hawn and Brennan were nominated for Academy Awards in this beloved box-office hit.

Seems Like Old Times

Jay Sandrich, 1980, USA, 100m, 35mm

Tue May 10 & Thu May 11

Hawn hits her comedic stride in this irresistible Neil Simon farce as a characteristically zany public defender torn between district attorney husband Charles Grodin and her ex, Chevy Chase, a writer charged with bank robbery. Things escalate towards a fever pitch when she decides to represent him in court.

Shampoo

Hal Ashby, 1975, U.S., 110m, Dcp

Mon May 8 & Wed May 11

The dream team of Ashby, screenwriter Robert Towne, and actor-producer Warren Beatty set their biting farce and undisputed ’70s classic on the eve of Nixon’s 1968 electoral landslide, with over-sexed, in-demand, and increasingly vexed hairdresser Beatty juggling frustrated girlfriend Hawn, taxing client Lee Grant, ex-girlfriend Julie Christie, and potential business partner Jack Warden as America lurches to the right.

The Sugarland Express

Steven Spielberg, 1974, U.S., 110m, 35mm

Sat May 6 & Mon May 8

After losing their baby son to the state, small-time crooks Hawn and William Atherton snatch him right back and go on the run, with seemingly every law enforcement officer in Texas in hot pursuit. Spielberg’s first feature refines the technical mastery of Duel, but Hawn’s performance as an exasperated, manically determined mother gives this picture a more resonant pathos.

Swing Shift

Jonathan Demme, 1984, U.S., 100m, 35mm

Sun May 7 & Thur May 10

When hubby Ed Harris ships off to fight WWII, housewife Hawn finds herself via a factory job — and a fling with hunky trumpet player Kurt Russell. Despite her contentious relationship with her director, Hawn displays her greatest emotional range here, and Demme’s deft touch for humanist comedy shines through. Featuring Christine Lahti, Fred Ward, and Holly Hunter.

Goldie Hawn Retrospective to Screen at the Quad Cinema in NYC was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Rachel Montpelier

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Darren Aronofsky’s Jennifer Lawrence-headlined mother! is a “psycho-horror”

2 April 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Although the project has been shrouded in mystery since it was first announced, The Wrap has uncovered some details about Darren Aronofsky’s latest project mother! during CinemaCon in Las Vegas last week, revealing that the Jennifer Lawrence-headlined film is a “psycho-horror”

According to the site, the brief synopsis for the film reads: “A couple’s relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence.” Meanwhile, Paramount Pictures chief of Domestic Distribution Kyle Davies promised that the horror-thriller will deliver “thrills and chills”.

Aronofsky has assembled a stellar cast for mother!, with Lawrence joined by Javier Bardem, Michelle Pfeiffer, Domhnall Gleeson, Ed Harris and Kristen Wiig. The film is set for release on October 13th. »

- Gary Collinson

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Darren Aronofsky-Jennifer Lawrence Horror Film Mother! Set For October

1 April 2017 7:32 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

CinemaCon – the annual convention of film exhibitors – always proves to be a fountain of information regarding upcoming releases, as studios and distributors seek to get theatre owners and chains excited about their future wares. This year’s event has not disappointed – particularly since Paramount has finally begun to drop some hints about the Darren Aronofsky-Jennifer Lawrence collaboration we’ve been hearing rumours about for such a long time. We now know the film will be called Mother!, and will arrive in time for Halloween.

The reason this project is so highly anticipated is that it represents both a break from the established ‘norm’ for Darren Aronofsky, as well as a return to past success. The director has a tendency to return to the some collaborators multiple times – including Jennifer Connelly, Ellen Burstyn, Mark Margolis, and composer Clint Mansell. This time, however, the filmmaker will be working with Johann Johannsson for the original score, »

- Sarah Myles

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That Mysterious Jennifer Lawrence-Darren Aronofsky Movie is a Horror-Thriller, You Guys

31 March 2017 1:27 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The plot of Darren Aronofsky’s next film has largely been under wraps since it was announced — but this week’s CinemaCon convention, and an individual close to project that spoke to TheWrap, revealed the director is going back to “Black Swan” territory with his latest. Aronofsky’s “mother!” will be a horror-thriller, and a star-studded one at that. Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem lead a cast that includes Michelle Pfeiffer, Domnhall Gleeson, Ed Harris and Kristen Wiig. At this week’s annual convention of movie exhibitors, Paramount Domestic Distribution chief Kyle Davies let the cat out of the bag, »

- Matt Donnelly

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Westworld: Louis Herthum to Be a Season Two Regular

30 March 2017 9:42 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

It looks like Peter Abernathy is staying in Westworld. Deadline reports star Louis Herthum has been promoted to series regular for season two of the HBO TV show.The sci-fi drama is set in a futuristic theme park where visitors pay a lot of money to act out their Wild West fantasies while interacting with lifelike robot “hosts." The cast also includes Jeffrey Wright, Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Thandie Newton, Tessa Thompson, Sidse Babett Knudsen, and Jimmi Simpson.Read More… »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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A Taste Of What To Expect In Westworld Season 2

28 March 2017 7:26 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Westworld is the latest, great HBO show, as well as one of the most talked about shows of 2016 (perhaps behind only Stranger Things). It masterfully blended the science fiction and western genre into a creepy and very entertaining little package, completely shaking up the formula and leaving the original film it is based on in the dust. Mysteries abound, the show featured some incredible writing and acting, with Ed Harris and Anthony Hopkins both at the top of their game. Have you watched it yet? If not, let me be the most recent person to pester into watching it. It really is that good. If you haven't watched it, there be Spoilers ahead!

Unfortunately, the wait for Season 2 will be a long one; we aren't getting more Westworld until 2018. That hasn't stopped co-creators/show-runners Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan from offering us a taste of what to expect in the second season! »

- Nick Doll

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Westworld Season 2 Probably Won’t Have Multiple Timelines

28 March 2017 5:29 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Almost right from the start, HBO’s Westworld had viewers hooked. Whether it was the intriguing premise, the brilliant writing or the fantastic performances – not to mention all the sex and violence – there was a lot to love about the new sci-fi show. But perhaps what kept people coming back most was the shocking twists and turns, and all the fun everyone had in trying to keep up with them.

One of the best twists, despite some people figuring it out ahead of time, was the multiple timelines. Of course, we’re referring to how the show gave us two different versions of William, one played by Jimmi Simpson in the past and the other portrayed by Ed Harris in the present day. While Westworld was running through its first season, fan theories pointed to both characters being the same person, and by the finale, it was revealed that yes, »

- Mark Cassidy

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Ed Harris Basically Confirmed We're Seeing Samurai on Westworld

28 March 2017 12:55 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

The end of March marked the annual Paleyfest in La, and Westworld was among the many shows that took part. During the panel for the HBO series, we were desperate for any and all new season two details, but we more or less came up empty handed. Even so, that didn't stop us from reading between the lines. In fact, two off-hand comments from Ed Harris and one of the cocreators may have tipped us off to a major component of the next installment. We think we're actually going to see a Samurai World (or, perhaps more aptly, an "Eastworld"). Granted, this supposed Eastworld isn't exactly a secret. After all, we catch a glimpse of hosts dressed as samurai warriors in the season one finale as Maeve stumbles through the various floors of the Westworld headquarters in her attempt to escape. Plus, there are a good handful of alternate worlds in the original movie. »

- Ryan Roschke

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Westworld: Producers Working to Avoid Season Two Delays

27 March 2017 8:35 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

What's in store for Westworld? According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show's creators are trying to avoid production delays on season two of the HBO series.The sci-fi drama is set in a futuristic theme park where visitors pay a lot of money to act out their Wild West fantasies while interacting with lifelike robot “hosts”. The cast includes Jeffrey Wright, Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Thandie Newton, Tessa Thompson, Sidse Babett Knudsen, and Jimmi Simpson.Read More… »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Beyond The Meme: Revisiting ‘Scanners’

27 March 2017 2:52 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Scanning one of David Cronenberg’s most popular, most flawed films.

Memory is a funny thing. Not funny, “haha,” so much, but funny in that hilariously terrifying way that makes you realize your own brain is out to destroy you. The fitting inspiration for this epiphany of corporeal opposition was a recent revisit of David Cronenberg’s Scanners.

You know Scanners. You may not have seen the movie, but at the very least you know it as a meme. If you’ve ever been scrolling through social media on that day when your geeky cousin (the one you forgot to wish a happy birthday because you could not spare the finger energy) has had just about enough, you’ve probably seen a colorful gif (that’s “G-if,” not “J-if” you heathens) of a man’s head exploding in gory detail.

Despite occurring a mere fifteen minutes into the film, that head explosion scene is certainly Scanners’ centerpiece »

- Brian Salisbury

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Westworld Season 2 Will F*ck With The Metaphysical

26 March 2017 9:18 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Westworld has been off the air for several months already, but fans are still talking about that explosive finale. It’s not hard to see why, either, as the shocking events of the episode left us with arguably even more questions than we had going into it. Admittedly, it did answer quite a bit, but there’s still a lot that we have to ponder over as the long wait for season 2 continues.

With the show not set to return until some point in 2018, it doesn’t sound like we’ll be getting any sort of closure any time soon, but the creators are currently hard at work on putting everything together, dropping small but tantalizing teasers here and there. The most recent comments came from a Paley Fest panel this weekend, where producer Robert Patino, showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy and several of the cast members were in attendance. »

- Josh Wilding

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‘Westworld’: Stars, Producers Talk Season One Surprises at PaleyFest

26 March 2017 7:07 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Fans of HBO’s “Westworld” weren’t the only ones fascinated by the show’s continuous twists and turns. During Saturday’s PaleyFest session at the Dolby Theater, stars of the fantasy drama revealed that they were kept in the dark throughout the production process on season one.

Ed Harris, who plays the mysterious Man in Black, got a big surprise early in during filming.

“I walked by my trailer and someone told me that Jimmi (Simpson) was the guy playing the younger me and I was like, ‘What?’ ” said Harris.

Evan Rachel Wood, who plays Dolores, had just as much fun as many fans guessing what potential storylines for rest of the season would be.

“One of my theories was that Arnold was at the center of the maze or that all of our human versions were going to be locked in there! I didn’t know Bernard was a host when we were doing our »

- Maria Cavassuto

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‘Westworld’: Thandie Newton Rules PaleyFest Panel as Showrunners Confirm One Major Theory

25 March 2017 11:54 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

“Just fucking stonewall them. Nothing!”

These were the words of encouragement that “Westworld” executive producer Jonathan Nolan issued to co-showrunner Lisa Joy on stage Saturday night at the show’s PaleyFest panel, as the duo fought off a wide array of questions about Season 2. While he maintained the Nolan family mandate of secrecy at all costs, Joy was tempted time and time again to reveal show secrets — but to no avail.

“We’re writing right now, and we’re terribly excited about what we’re writing,” Nolan said, noting they would have all the episodes written before shooting begins. “Reddit has already figured it out. So, the third episode twist, we’re changing that.”

During the panel (which also featured executive producer Roberto Patino, and cast members Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Ed Harris, Thandie Newton, and Jimmi Simpson), the creators and cast were peppered with questions about suspicions connected to Season 1 — Dr. »

- Ben Travers

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‘Westworld’: Thandie Newton Rules PaleyFest Panel as Showrunners Confirm One Major Theory

25 March 2017 11:54 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

“Just fucking stonewall them. Nothing!”

These were the words of encouragement that “Westworld” executive producer Jonathan Nolan issued to co-showrunner Lisa Joy on stage Saturday night at the show’s PaleyFest panel, as the duo fought off a wide array of questions about Season 2. While he maintained the Nolan family mandate of secrecy at all costs, Joy was tempted time and time again to reveal show secrets — but to no avail.

“We’re writing right now, and we’re terribly excited about what we’re writing,” Nolan said, noting they would have all the episodes written before shooting begins. “Reddit has already figured it out. So, the third episode twist, we’re changing that.”

During the panel (which also featured executive producer Roberto Patino, and cast members Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Ed Harris, Thandie Newton, and Jimmi Simpson), the creators and cast were peppered with questions about suspicions connected to Season 1 — Dr. »

- Ben Travers

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'Westworld' Bosses Finally Answered One of Our Biggest Lingering Questions -- Plus, 4 Details About Season 2!

25 March 2017 10:45 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy deserve a prize -- the Westworld bosses aren't giving away any major details when it comes to season two!

The co-creators (and couple) behind the HBO drama were quizzed by fans at Westworld's PaleyFest panel in Los Angeles on Saturday, and while they stayed tight-lipped on the show's sophomore season, Nolan did slip in an answer to one of the biggest lingering questions about season one's finale: Was Maeve's emotional decision to get off the train all according to script?

Related: 'Westworld' Finale: [Spoiler] Is Wyatt, Maeve Attempts Her Escape and Ford's New Narrative Is Finally Revealed

"The way we designed it, the way we shot it, you know, the beautiful performance, in that moment, that is really the first decision she's ever made," Nolan said, revealing that the move was of Maeve's own free will.

"For me, it's a very emotional moment in the episode, because you're »

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