Evan Rachel Wood has confessed that she had no idea what has happening in the season two of her show Westworld. The 30-year-old actor, who plays the role of host Dolores in the high-concept HBO show, said that filming for the sophomore installment, which was not shot chronologically, was an “insane” acting experience.

“I had no idea what was happening in season two. At all. And we shot out of order, so most of the time. I mean, it was insane to be an actor on season two,” Wood told Vulture.

Not a bad day at work, at all. One of my favorite memories of this season is while shooting the series out of order, sometimes we do shots like this and are not allowed to know the context, so they asked Ed and I to ride next to each other down this sand dune and we were both sooooooo confused as to why?? So Ed just looks at me and looks back at the crew and says, “Why the f*** am I riding with Dolores!?” ??‍♀️??

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“I don’t know how I feel about it. But it was a ride. We stopped reading the call sheets. We would show up and Jeffrey (Wright) and I would ask what episode we were in. It was kind of that level of… We just lived in the moment in whatever scene that we were doing, and that’s how we made it,” she added.

The actor was responding to her co-star, Ed Harris’ comments, who plays one of the central figures in the sci-fi drama.

The moment @thandienewton and I wrapped season 2 of #westworld. I adore this woman more than words can express and I am so proud of the work she did. Thank you for your light, your fierceness, and all you do T.N. Xo

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Harris had said he would focus more on his character to avoid the complexity of the show’s storyline.

“I got to the point last year when I would just focus on what was going on with the Man in Black because there’s so much going on (in the show). Even when I watch it, and as much as I am a part of it, there’s a lot of it that I don’t always understand,” he said.

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