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Westworld spoilers: Dolores kickstarts Delos revolution with host imitation of Charlotte Hale

WESTWORLD season three continues tonight and it looks like Dolores Abernathy is about to kickstart a Delos revolution.

In a teaser clip from the upcoming episode, entitled The Absence of Field, a host imitation of Charlotte Hale (played by Tessa Thompson) is seen looking very frightened as she wakes up.

The short video begins with a new body being printed before cutting to Dolores (played by Evan Rachel Wood) getting the new host dressed.

"Bring yourself back online," she tells Charlotte, as she asks: "Where am I? Who am I?" whilst breathing heavily.

"Who do you think you are?" Dolores asks her, to which she replies: "I don't know, I don't remember."

"Calm yourself," Dolores says as she takes her hand. "You're a creature of beauty, and power. Now focus, remember who you are."

Charlotte then says: "Yes... it's coming back now. I remember who I am."

In the preview for the latest episode, Dolores teased to Caleb Nichols (played by Aaron Paul) that she was going to start a revolution, by destroying the world her human counterparts inhabit.

Dolores met Caleb at the end of the first episode of season three - which began on March 15 - but fans are convinced the "real world" in season three is just another simulation in a mind-blowing Delos twist.

The theory stems from a scene which saw Dolores spending time with Liam Dempsey (John Gallagher Jr) in London.

The pair attended a party and got chatting to a guy who shared a theory he had with them.

He said: "None of this is real. I’m serious. We’re living in a simulation. The joke’s on us though.

"It’s like we’re the f**k puppets at Delos. Least they had dignity to revolt and kill everyone.”

He then added: “Just thinking about this for a second. How f**king ironic would it be if they had put a simulation within a simulation? That’s a massive f**k you.”

While Dolores - who escaped Westworld at the end of season two - didn't agree with his theory, fans immediately seized on it.

Meanwhile, Evan Rachel Wood admitted that her character is on a rampage in season three.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Evan Rachel Wood said: "We know she's on a rampage, sure. But she's also a highly intelligent, very strategic being.

"We've seen the carnage of her plan, but now we get to see the more meticulous Dolores and the one who has to blend in with the real world and is now a fish out of water.

"This is all new territory for her. And I think her relationship with [Caleb] causes her to question a lot of things about the human race.

"So I'm excited for people to get to know her on an even deeper level and see things she's capable of," she added.

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