Start Your Speculation, The ‘Westworld’ Season 2 Premiere Title Is Here
Just when you’d finally stopped scribbling mazes on your walls, Westworld is back to start the speculation process anew. Co-creator Jonah Nolan has revealed what appears to be the Westworld Season 2 premiere script, promising a long journey ahead.
Having previously plumbed the depths of Reddit to find fans breaking down the first season, verified user Nolan apparently responded to one fan’s inquiry about mazes with an image of the 2018 premiere’s cover page. The title itself is partially obscured, but believed to be “Journey Into Night,” the name of Dr. Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) final narrative for the park:
As Westworld Watchers points out, Ford described the narrative in the finale as “[it] begins with the birth of a new people, and the choices they will have to make, and the people they will decide to become.” And before you ask, Nolan’s post is indeed verified in its original home:
Elsewhere of Westworld Season 2, producers have kept the lion’s share of details under wraps, though the 2018 return is expected to answer practical questions about the park, potentially even a date for the show’s setting. Ed Harris will be back to play Season 2 on extreme mode (no guarantee for William), while both Talulah Riley and Louis Herthum have been upped to series regulars. We’ll also finally get answers on the mysterious “SW” park, and hopefully learn what became of poor Elsie and Stubbs.
We’ll see what other Westworld Season 2 details shake out in the coming months, but stay tuned for the latest into 2018.