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After the first episode of Westworld aired, we became inundated with fan theories. Some of the Westworld theories were rather unlikely, others possibly mind-blowing. Showrunner Jonathan Nolan has even debunked a few of them. Well now that Episode 2 has aired, there are a whole batch of new Westworld theories, some of them just as crazy and intriguing as the others we’ve posted. So please join us as we head back down the rabbit hole and look at some mind-blowing possibilities.

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Okay, so /Film is kinda becoming a Westworld fan site of sorts. Is that a bad thing? We love HBO’s newest show and are excited to talk about it and share the latest information and materials with all of you. This morning Jacob posted his spoiler-filled review of Westworld Episode 2, we saw a preview of next week’s episode and the upcoming season, and NYCC revealed that Westworld season 2 is already in the works and Jonathan Nolan debunked a couple of fan theories. Hopefully, there are enough of you watching to appreciate the abundance of content.

Last week we talk you that HBO had launched a Westworld ARG that lets fans go inside the world of the show. There are some interesting things to come out of this experience, especially for those of you who love the logistics of the park. After the jump we’ll take a look at the long DELOS contract the guests have to sign before they get to visit Westworld, take a look at a map of the land, and more.

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While HBO hasn’t officially renewed Westworld for a second season yet, showrunner Jonathan Nolan says they’ve already started work planning the story for Westworld season 2. Along with his co-showrunner and wife Lisa Joy Nolan, they teased what we can expect from the second season and debunked a couple of fan theories.

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind TV Series

There are countless films being turned into TV shows right now. Some of the more recent projects in development include shows based on The Departed and Let The Right One In, and now one more revered film will be brought to the small screen.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is one of the best movies of the 21st century (not to mention one of my favorites of all time) and now the film’s producer is in early development to turn the film into a TV series. Read More »

DELOS in Westworld

Earlier this week, we posted eight mind-blowing Westworld theories — speculation from fans about possible twists and turns. One of the theories suggested that perhaps Westworld is not the only theme park that DELOS offers at this compound. As you probably know, the original 1973 movie took place not only in Westworld but also in Roman World and Medieval World. The sequel brought us to FutureWorldCould these other theme parks also appear in the HBO series?

After the jump, we have the definitive answer (sort of). But be warned, if any confirmation or denial may be considered a spoiler in your eyes, you may not want to continue. Will we see other worlds in Westworld? Find out, after the jump.

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Westworld had a record-setting debut on HBO, and so far we’re loving it. But it wouldn’t be a Bad Robot production if it did cause us to ask all sorts of questions, speculate at the possibilities and obsess over the many Westworld theories floating around the internet.

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Frequency interview: showrunner Jeremy Carver

At Comic-Con, we spoke with Jeremy Carver, the creator of The CW’s Frequency TV series, about gender-swapping the 2000 movie to make the show a father/daughter story. When Carver attended a Television Critics Association party over the summer, we got to go further into the nuts and bolts of the series with him.

The pilot establishes a similar story to the movie. 2016 cop Raimy Sullivan (Peyton List) speaks with her father Frank (Riley Smith), who died in 1996, over a ham radio. She prevents his death but that leads to other unintended consequences. We spoke with Carver about how Frequency moves forward week to week.  Read More »

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events teaser trailer

Netflix has finally released a teaser trailer for their upcoming television adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. Based on the bestselling children’s series by Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemony Snicket), this new series will follow the adventures of three orphaned Baudelaire children adopted by their cousin Count Olaf, who is after their family inheritance. You might remember director Brad Silberling‘s 2004 film starring Jim Carrey failed to start a movie franchise. Neil Patrick Harris plays Count Olaf in this version of the adaptation and Netflix believes they might be the medium to bring this 13-part book series to life.

Hit the jump and see the first Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events teaser trailer, and learn about the series’ truly unfortunate release date.
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‘The Purge’ May Be Getting A TV Series

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The Purge movies have been reliable moneymakers for Universal, Blumhouse Productions, and Platinum Dunes. Their budgets are kept low, so when they make over $100 million worldwide, they crack a nice profit. Now that this franchise is three movies in, what’s in the future for this successful series? According to director James DeMonaco, it’s television.

Below, learn more about a possible The Purge TV show in development.

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the dark tower tv series

Even by fantasy franchise standards, MRC’s adaptation of Stephen King‘s The Dark Tower looks pretty damn ambitious. Next year brings the much-anticipated movie starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey, but that’s just the first piece in the puzzle. Also in the works is a companion TV series that’ll fill in some of the the universe’s intricate backstory. Elba will reprise his role for the show, as will his Dark Tower movie co-star Tom Taylor. But the project is also looking to cast a younger actor who can play the teenage version of Elba’s character.  Read More »