Fans of the 2016 HBO series Westworld may or may not be aware that it was inspired by the 1973 film of the same name. True enough. The Western-themed story has been adapted into a performance that debuted in August 1973.
Among the many actors that appeared in the film were Yul Brynner (the Gunslinger), Richard Benjamin (Peter Martin), James Brolin (John Blane), Norman Bartold (the Medieval Knight), Alan Oppenheimer (the Chief Supervisor), and Victoria Shaw (the Medieval Queen).
Warner Bros. Discovery, the company that controls HBO and HBO Max, is a tangled web, as many of you know, especially program devotees. Despite the show’s popularity, the business wholly cut Westworld off. The show is now available on the Streaming Instantly on Demand (SIDD) services of Tubi and Roku.
So, what exactly happened with the movie that inspired this show? Do you know where I can find it to stream? Below, you’ll find the solution to your problem.
Does The Westworld On Netflix?
Since it is not a Netflix Original production, the Westworld film is unavailable to stream. That’s because MGM is in charge of production. What does this imply, then? Despite Amazon’s ownership of MGM, you won’t be able to watch the film there, even with a Prime Video membership. If you want to watch Westworld on Prime Video, you’ll need to rent or buy it.
Contrary to expectations, the film is not scheduled to premiere on HBO Max until February 2023. The production is still secure for the time being on the streaming site, despite the company’s decision to remove its successor.
The plot of the 1970s movie involves a futuristic amusement park where visitors can utilize androids to play the role of gunslingers. However, the “grim truth” of a system failure turns what was once pretend into a stark reality.
HBO Max users can see the Westworld film right now.
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