Evan Rachel Wood Westworld
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Though the actress, 30, has been steadily working in Hollywood since she was 7 (and also got an Emmy nod for 2011’s Mildred Pierce), her role as android Dolores in Westworld has put her in the spotlight in a new way. “It’s the perfect marriage—the production value, the cinematography—for a really large show. It’s beautiful to look at, and then the scenes are so profound,” says Wood of the hit HBO drama (airing on Showcase), which received 22 nominations this year, tying it with Saturday Night Live for the most noms. Wood, who is up for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama, says playing the 3D-printed robot is the best job she’s ever had. “I love it so much,” she says. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime gig.”
We wanted it to be realistic, says Wood of playing artificial being Dolores Abernathy.
ACTOR, DRAMA Anthony Hopkins Westworld Hopkins’s performance as Dr Robert Ford, head of an android theme park, was marked by an absolute, icy control that never concealed a dangerously flawed humanity.