Luke Hemsworth is opening up about Westworld getting shut down.
The actor, who has performed head of safety Ashley Stubbs for the reason that sci-fi collection launched in 2016, spoke to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday about HBO’s shock announcement final week that Westworld had been canceled after 4 seasons.
“You hope these things go forever, but everyone’s got their own reasons,” Hemsworth informed the outlet on the premiere for brother Chris Hemsworth’s new Disney+ collection, Limitless. “I’m very thankful for my part in that series, and that journey was a big part of my life. But yeah, it was disappointing.”
Hemsworth defined that what made issues worse was that he acquired the unhealthy news of the cancellation on his forty second birthday: “I was like, ‘Fuck! Dammit!’”
He went on to say that he was eager for what might need been in retailer for followers with a fifth season. “I think the idea right from the start was to go full circle and come back to be about loops, to be about human beings and robots being stuck in that trajectory,” Hemsworth continued. “Unfortunately, we get cut off, but it’s the nature of the world. You can’t get depressed about it. You move on, and it opens up new doors.”
HBO’s choice to finish the costly Emmy-winning collection from co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy adopted a pointy decline in linear scores for season three; this development continued into season 4, for which the ultimate episode aired in August. In an announcement concerning the cancellation, HBO mentioned it was “tremendously grateful” to Nolan and Joy, together with the “immensely talented cast, producers and crew.”
Hemsworth’s co-stars within the collection included Evan Rachel Wood, Thandiwe Newton, Tessa Thompson, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright and James Marsden.