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‘Westworld’ Star Ed Harris Is Completely Baffled By The Show

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If by chance you haven’t already heard, Westworld is one of the wildest shows on TV right now. With each episode, the audience gets even more confused with the plot. One star from the series is also scratching their head at what they see.

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Ed Harris, who plays the Man In Black, has been quite candid about the fact that he’s simply baffled about what’s going on each week. During an interview with Huffington Post, he expressed his thoughts on the show’s insanity.

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“Even when I watch [Westworld], and as much as I am a part of it, there’s a lot of it that I don’t always understand. I find it fascinating and really interesting and I love watching it, but I don’t always get the intricacies of what’s taking place,” he stated.

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When it comes to season three, he’s still unsure of whether or not he’ll return. “We’re not supposed to start shooting Season 3 until next June, so I don’t even know if I’m in it or not. I figure I am? But I don’t know in what capacity, and I don’t know what the what will be happening,” he said.

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Ed Harris, who has earned four Oscar nominations in his career, joined the cast back in 2014.

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Since debuting in 2016, Westworld has seen praise from both critics and fans. The series has earned 22 Emmy nominations with wins in Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series and Outstanding Special Visual Effects. While the show and its stars haven’t won any of the major awards, things might change this year.

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Westworld made history on HBO by having the most-watched first season for an original series. The show made headlines for its outrageous San Diego Comic-Con exhibits prior to its first season.

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