Is it possible that Westworld season 4 episode 7 will mark the end of Thandie Newton? There is no getting around the fact that things are not looking good for Maeve. The worst possible. After William shot her, it’s difficult to picture her surviving and making a full recovery. Will we see Thandie Newton in other projects in the future? Is it true that Maeve has passed on?
In Hale’s attempt to transfer the Hosts’ consciousnesses to the Sublime, Bernard and Maeve face him in the season’s seventh episode. A struggle between Hale and Maeve results in broken windows, and they both end up in the pool in front of the tower. They sort of come to a standstill before Maeve is shot in the head. Yes, you read it correctly: Maeve has now passed away twice this season. Hale-ores also receives a headshot, possibly bringing a stop to her evil tyranny. The Host in Black is involved in this because he murdered Maeve and Hale-ores. Another chat he had with his human self during which human-William informed him that they were the same and that their fate was destruction led him to make that choice. As a result, The Host in Black murders Hale, Maeve, and Bernard.
However, don’t we also recall seeing Maeve buried in the middle of the desert? This individual seems to have a knack for getting out of sticky situations, don’t they? Even though things are looking rather bleak right now and it’s possible that Maeve has passed away, we don’t think. Ask yourselves, if Westworld writers would truly want to remove Newton from their program. She is such a wonderful actor.
Does Thandie Newton leave Westworld?
We don’t want to jump to any conclusions about the version of Maeve that was filmed tonight, but we will say this: Unless we hear from one of the showrunners or Newton herself to say that she is leaving the show, we tend to think there is still a role to play here. Newton has not confirmed that she is leaving the show. The dilemma mostly arises because of the potential nature of that function and the manner in which the narrative will conclude if there is a fifth season. As we move into the last episode of season 4, it does feel as though we have been transported to a very different and even terrifying world. This is an instance in which William appears to be an encouraging disorder, which begs the question of whether or not things may be initiated anew from the very beginning. It would appear that reprogramming will not be an easy task to complete now that the tower has been removed.