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Westworld is an American science fiction-thriller media franchise which began in 1973 with the release of the film Westworld, written and directed by Michael

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This article is about the media franchise. For other uses, see Westworld (disambiguation). Westworld Original film logoCreated by Michael CrichtonOriginal work Westworld (1973)Films and televisionFilm(s)

  • Westworld (1973)
  • Futureworld (1976)
Television series

  • Beyond Westworld (1980)
  • Westworld (2016–present)

Westworld is an American science fiction-thriller media franchise which began in 1973 with the release of the film Westworld, written and directed by Michael Crichton. The film depicts a technologically advanced, Western-themed amusement park populated by androids that malfunction and begin killing the human visitors; it was followed by the sequel film Futureworld (1976).

In 1980, there was a short-lived television series, Beyond Westworld. A television series called Westworld, produced by HBO and based on the original film, debuted on October 2, 2016. A second season aired in April 2018, with a third season ordered the following month.

  • 1 Film series
    • 1.1 Films
      • 1.1.1 Westworld (1973)
      • 1.1.2 Futureworld (1976)
    • 1.2 Principal cast
    • 1.3 Crew
  • 2 Television series
    • 2.1 Beyond Westworld (1980)
    • 2.2 Westworld (2016–present)
  • 3 Video game
  • 4 References
Film series Films Westworld (1973) Main article: Westworld (film)

Westworld was the first theatrical feature novelist Michael Crichton directed, after one TV movie.[1] It was also the first feature film to use digital image processing to pixellate photography in order to simulate an android's point of view.[2] The film was nominated for Hugo, Nebula and Saturn awards. The film was well-received by critics.[3]

The story is about amusement park robots that malfunction and begin killing visitors. It stars Yul Brynner as an android in a futuristic Western-themed amusement park, and Richard Benjamin and James Brolin as guests of the park.

Futureworld (1976) Main article: Futureworld

Futureworld is the sequel to the Michael Crichton film. The sequel stars Peter Fonda, Blythe Danner, Arthur Hill, Stuart Margolin, John Ryan, and Yul Brynner, who makes a cameo appearance in a dream sequence. Other than Brynner, none of the cast members from the original film appear, and original writer-director Crichton was not involved.[4]

The story is set two years after the Westworld tragedy, with the Delos corporation having reopened the park. The story starts when newspaper reporter Chuck Browning (Peter Fonda) and TV reporter Tracy Ballard (Blythe Danner) are invited to review the park.[4]

Principal cast Characters Film Westworld
(1973) Futureworld
(1976) The Gunslinger Yul Brynner Peter Martin Richard Benjamin John Blane James Brolin Chuck Browning Peter Fonda Tracy Ballard Blythe Danner Dr. Duffy Arthur Hill Dr. Schneider John P. Ryan Harry Stuart Margolin Crew Role Film Westworld
(1973) Futureworld
(1976) Director Michael Crichton Richard T. Heffron Producer Paul N. Lazarus III Paul N. Lazarus III and James T. Aubrey Screenplay Michael Crichton Mayo Simon and George Schenck Composer Fred Karlin Editor David Bretherton James Mitchell Cinematographer Gene Polito Howard Schwartz and Gene Polito Running time 88 minutes 104 minutes Television series Beyond Westworld (1980) Main article: Beyond Westworld

Beyond Westworld was created by Michael Crichton which served as a continuation of the two feature films.[5] The series stars Jim McMullan as Security Chief John Moore of the Delos Corporation. The story revolved around Moore having to stop the evil scientist, Quaid, as he plans to use the Delos robots to try to take over the world.[6] It premiered on March 5, 1980 on the television network CBS in the United States. The show was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Makeup and Outstanding Art Direction For a Series. Only five episodes were produced, of which three aired before the series' cancellation.

Westworld (2016–present) Main article: Westworld (TV series)

Westworld is an American science fiction-thriller television series created by husband-wife duo Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. Nolan serves as executive producer along with Joy, J. J. Abrams and Bryan Burk.[7] The series takes place in fictional Westworld, a technologically advanced, Western-themed amusement park populated completely by synthetic androids dubbed "Hosts". Westworld caters to high-paying visitors dubbed "Newcomers" (also known as "Guests"), who can do whatever they wish within the park, without fear of retaliation from the Hosts.

Westworld premiered on October 2, 2016 on the cable television channel HBO in the United States.[8]

The series has been well received.[9][10] The series has also attained strong Nielsen ratings for HBO, with the U.S. series premiere attracting 1.96 million viewers.[11]

Video game

A first-person shooter based on the film, titled Westworld 2000, was released in 1996.[12]

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  3. ^ "Westworld (1973)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved October 10, 2016.
  4. ^ a b Variety Staff. December 31, 1975. "Futureworld", Variety.
  5. ^ "Beyond Westworld". The New York Times.
  6. ^ "Beyond Westworld DVD news: Announcement for Beyond Westworld - The Complete Series - TVShowsOnDVD.com". Archived from the original on 2014-08-01.
  7. ^ Gelman, Vlada (August 31, 2013). "HBO Greenlights Sci-Fi Pilot Westworld From J.J. Abrams and Jonathan Nolan". TVLine. Retrieved October 10, 2016.
  8. ^ Prudom, Laura (July 30, 2016). "'Westworld,' 'Divorce,' 'Insecure' Set HBO Premiere Dates". Variety. Retrieved October 10, 2016.
  9. ^ "Westworld: Season 1 (2016)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved September 26, 2016.
  10. ^ "Westworld: Season 1". Metacritic. Retrieved October 10, 2016.
  11. ^ Holloway, Daniel (October 3, 2016). "TV Ratings: 'Westworld' Premiere Matches 'True Detective' Season 1". Variety. Retrieved October 10, 2016.
  12. ^ "Westworld 2000". Next Generation. No. 27. Imagine Media. March 1997. p. 98.
  • v
  • t
  • e
  • Westworld (1973)
  • Futureworld (1976)
TelevisionBeyond Westworld (1980)Westworld
(2016–present)Season 1
  • "The Original"
  • "Chestnut"
  • "The Stray"
  • "Dissonance Theory"
  • "Contrapasso"
  • "The Adversary"
  • "Trompe L'Oeil"
  • "Trace Decay"
  • "The Well-Tempered Clavier"
  • "The Bicameral Mind"
Season 2
  • "Journey into Night"
  • "Reunion"
  • "Virtù e Fortuna"
  • "The Riddle of the Sphinx"
  • "Akane no Mai"
  • "Phase Space"
  • "Les Écorchés"
  • "Kiksuya"
  • "Vanishing Point"
  • "The Passenger"
  • Characters
  • Soundtrack
  • v
  • t
  • e
Michael CrichtonNovels
  • The Andromeda Strain (1969)
  • The Terminal Man (1972)
  • The Great Train Robbery (1975)
  • Eaters of the Dead (1976)
  • Congo (1980)
  • Sphere (1987)
  • Jurassic Park (1990)
  • Rising Sun (1992)
  • Disclosure (1994)
  • The Lost World (1995)
  • Airframe (1996)
  • Timeline (1999)
  • Prey (2002)
  • State of Fear (2004)
  • Next (2006)
  • Pirate Latitudes (2009)
  • Micro (2011)
  • Dragon Teeth (2017)
Novels written
under pseudonyms
  • Odds On (1966)
  • Scratch One (1967)
  • Easy Go (1968)
  • A Case of Need (1968)
  • Zero Cool (1969)
  • The Venom Business (1969)
  • Drug of Choice (1970)
  • Dealing: or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues (1970)
  • Grave Descend (1970)
  • Binary (1972)
  • Five Patients (1970)
  • Jasper Johns (1977)
  • Electronic Life (1983)
  • Travels (1988)
Films directed
  • Pursuit (1972)
  • Westworld (1973)
  • Coma (1978)
  • The First Great Train Robbery (1979)
  • Looker (1981)
  • Runaway (1984)
  • Physical Evidence (1989)
Films written
  • Extreme Close-Up (1973)
  • Jurassic Park (1993)
  • Rising Sun (1993)
  • Twister (1996)
Television series
  • Beyond Westworld (1980)
  • ER (1994–2009)
  • Westworld (2016–present)
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971)
  • Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues (1972)
  • The Carey Treatment (1972)
  • Pursuit (1972)
  • The Terminal Man (1974)
  • The First Great Train Robbery (1979)
  • Jurassic Park (1993)
  • Rising Sun (1993)
  • Disclosure (1994)
  • Congo (1995)
  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
  • Sphere (1998)
  • The 13th Warrior (1999)
  • Timeline (2003)
  • The Andromeda Strain (2008)
Video games
  • Amazon (1984)
  • Timeline (2000)
  • Westworld (1973–present)
  • Jurassic Park (1993–present)
  • Commons
  • Wikiquote

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