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‘Westworld’ Cost How Much? It’s HBO’s Biggest Premiere in Almost Three Years

Westworld isn’t a cheap show to produce. The brass at HBO believed in the show to bet as big as they did on creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy‘s reimagining of Michael Crichton‘s 1973 film. But the good news is that it looks like that bet is already beginning to pay off. Not only did the pilot, which cost $25 […] The post ‘Westworld’ Cost How Much? It’s HBO’s Biggest Premiere in Almost Three Years appeared first on /Film.
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