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Evan Rachel Wood explains what it's like to be the oldest robot in 'Westworld'

HBO’s robo-drama “Westworld” premiered this week, and with its big debut came a whole heap of questions. Which actor is secretly playing a robot, or host (as the park has officially coined its android creations)? What kind of human spends their time inside this elaborate pleasure island frontier...
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