Ed Harris has no idea what's happening on Westworld: "What I didn’t know, I didn’t know"
Harris says he's never done a show like HBO's Westworld, noting that it stops and starts shooting over the course of "six, seven, eight months." "The first year was ridiculous," he says, adding: "You work two, three days a week max, some weeks you don’t work at all. And this particular show is so complicated. There’s so much being shot. The end of the second year, they had three or four crews working on different episodes. I’m glad I’m not the person trying to keep track of it all." As for not knowing what's going on story-wise, Harris says of the writers: "Even when they are sure, they don’t tell you...What I didn’t know, I didn’t know. I was going episode by episode, particularly scenes, characters, who I was working with, and what was going on. I didn’t really fret about what I didn’t know because I didn’t know what I didn’t know." ALSO: Sela Ward talks about how she got involved with Westworld.
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