Westworld star Jeffrey Wright has opened up about his character Bernard’s complicated season three finale cliffhanger.
The newest season of the HBO sci-fi sequence aired earlier this 12 months, and ending with Wright’s host Bernard discovering that the important thing to the Chic had been put in his thoughts by Dolores (Evan Rachel Wooden).
In a post-credits sequence, he seems to emerge from the Chic within the motel room he had entered it in, this time coated in mud, leaving the ending considerably ambiguous as to how far ahead in time he has jumped.
Talking to TheWrap‘s Emmy magazine, Wright defined: “Bernard steps into The Chic and in some unspecified time in the future he steps out of it, it appears with a bit extra data than he had beforehand. And maybe with a bit extra readability than he’s beforehand loved.
“Now, the query of when it’s that he comes out, I believe, is a quite simple one. I believe we discover him rising from The Chic after the pandemic has handed [laughs].
“He’s come out of that factor totally vaccinated, OK, and able to dwell a brand new and extra free existence going ahead. The place he’s going, we don’t essentially know, however he’s totally different than he was earlier than he left.”
Season three additionally ended with the Man in Black (Ed Harris) being killed by the host Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson) and changed by an an identical William host.
Co-showrunnner Jonathan Nolan not too long ago teased what to anticipate from the brand new William in season 4, explaining: “I’m an enormous believer in being guided by irony. [William] winds up changing into this factor [a host] that he’s managed for thus lengthy. And on a visceral degree, I simply can’t wait to observe Ed kill everybody.”
Harris added: “I don’t know what they’ve deliberate for me. I’m teamed with Tessa, I do know. Hopefully, we are able to do some rightful harm.”
Westworld is anticipated to return in 2022.