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Evan Rachel Wood, 'Westworld' to headline ATX TV Festival Closing Night

AUSTIN, Texas - A panel conversation featuring the HBO series "Westworld" will headline the ATX TV Festival's Closing Night on Saturday, June 4. The panel on the Emmy Award-winning series will include co-creator/writer/director/executive producer Lisa Joy, writer/executive producer Alison Schapker, and stars Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Luke Hemsworth, and Angela Sarafyan.
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'Westworld' comes to ATX TV Festival in June with stars like Evan Rachel Wood

Robots and cowboys. Pretty Austin-y. So good thing that ATX TV Festival announced recently that HBO series "Westworld" will close out this summer's event, which runs June 2-5. The festival will host a panel set to include actors Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Luke Hemsworth and Angela Sarafyan, as well as creatives and producers Lisa Joy and Alison Schapker.
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‘Westworld’ to Headline ATX TV Festival Closing Night With Star Evan Rachel Wood and Creator Lisa Joy

Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy will join writer Alison Schapker and stars Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Luke Hemsworth, and Angela Sarafyan on a special closing night panel for this year’s ATX TV Festival. Taking place a few weeks before the highly-anticipated premiere of Season 4 on HBO and HBO Max, the panel will allow the cast and crew of the sci-fi show to discuss what fans can expect once we go back to Westworld’s dystopian future.

Evan Rachel Wood writes herself a letter of gratitude on Mother’s Day: ‘I am a queer, single, working, Mom, who is a survivor’

Evan Rachel Wood patted herself on the back this Mother’s Day by writing herself a “letter of gratitude”. The 34-year-old mom preached some self-love on her Instagram on Sunday, and praised herself for advocating for others and loving her child unconditionally.“I am a queer, single, working, Mom, who is a survivor, and its normal for me to feel constantly judged,” she began her message. “I don’t get feedback or a  ‘thank you’. I very much have to rely on myself for almost all things.”“I pick myself up, I do my own research, I wipe my own tears, I pat myself...

Evan Rachel Wood Wrote Herself a Letter for Mother’s Day

I am not a mom or caretaker, but I have heard it said that caretakers rarely get what they want on Mother’s Day. I mean, a macaroni necklace is nice and all, but doesn’t exactly send a “Thank you for giving life and raising me” message. Tired of receiving lackluster gifts from your kids? Evan Rachel Wood has a solution: just give yourself a gift for Mother’s Day instead.

Evan Rachel Wood Opens Up About Being ‘Publicly Gaslit’ for Marilyn Manson Abuse Allegations on Jameela Jamil’s Podcast

Click here to read the full article. Evan Rachel Wood is opening up about her experience being “publicly gaslit” for coming forward with abuse allegations against Marilyn Manson. On a new episode of Jameela Jamil’s podcast “I Weigh,” the actor dived deep into the “re-traumatizing” but necessary process of being involved in a sexual abuse investigation. Manson (real name Brian Hugh Warner) and Wood were publicly in a relationship from 2006 to 2010, and Wood named Manson as her alleged abuser in February 2021. Soon after, the Los Angeles Police Department announced that Manson was under investigation for domestic violence. Wood has...

‘Phoenix Rising’ Director Amy Berg On The ‘Culture’ That Judged Evan Rachel Wood During Her Relationship With Marilyn Manson

Phoenix Rising, a new documentary on HBO that debuted at Sundance, actually became a two-part documentary on the fly. The pivotal moment occurred in January 2021 when Evan Rachel Wood came forward (on Instagram) to name Marilyn Manson (real name Brian Warner) as her alleged abuser, whom she had spoken about for several years. This discussion had already generated speculation about Manson, given the timeline (for grooming, domestic abuse, and terrorizing) regarding her testimony in front of Connecticut lawmakers for Jennifer’s Law and for California’s Phoenix Act. These laws (respectively) make more resources available for survivors and extend the statute of limitations for sexual assault cases.

Evan Rachel Wood, in Documentary on Marilyn Manson, Reveals Torture Allegations

Note: This article includes details of alleged assault that readers may find disturbing. The conclusion of the two-episode, Amy Berg–directed documentary Phoenix Rising, which focuses on Evan Rachel Wood’s abuse allegations against Marilyn Manson, airs tonight on HBO and is currently streaming on HBO Max. In part one, Wood shared previously unreported details about an alleged assault that took place during the filming of one of Manson’s videos (a claim Manson’s attorney later called “false”). In part two, she detailed the ways that Manson allegedly tortured her.