HBO's Westworld Adds Eion Bailey and 3 Others as Original Cast Member Exits

Westworld Eion Bailey

You’re not in Storybrooke anymore, Eion Bailey.

The Once Upon a Time alum has joined HBO’s upcoming sci-fi drama series Westworld — inspired by Michael Crichton’s 1973 movie of the same name — about a Western-themed futuristic theme park where robots go nuts and attack the guests.

Per EW.com, Bailey will play louche bachelor and veteran Westworld visitor, Logan. His hedonistic romp through the park is equally motivated by self-indulgence and a desire to help his friend, William (played by House of Cards‘ Jimmi Simpson), who is a reluctant first-time guest.

Additionally, Clifton Collins Jr. (Red Widow) has been cast as Lawrence, a charming but lethal outlaw with a knack for negotiating the park’s various criminal elements.

Meanwhile, Miranda Otto has exited the project — she has since landed a series-regular role on Season 5 of Homeland — and Babett Knudsen (Borgen) will now fill the part of terse operations leader, Theresa Cullen.

Westworld, which received a series order in November, is slated to premiere in 2015.