Futureworld is a 1976 sequel to the 1973 science fiction film Westworld. It was written by George Schenk and Mayo Simon, and directed by Richard T. Heffron. The cast included Peter Fonda, Blythe Danner, and Arthur Hill. There is also a cameo appearance by Yul Brynner in a dream sequence. Other than Brynner, none of the cast members from the original film appear in this one.
The film attempted to take the plot in a different direction from the Westworld movie, but it was not generally well received by the critics. The film was deemed as lacking in action and the acting was not engaging. It was made by AIP (its predecessor was made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, which later bought AIP's successors Orion Pictures).
Afterwards, there has been a short-lived television series called Beyond Westworld.
Two years after the WestWorld tragedy in the Delos amusement park, the corporate owners have reopened the park following $1.5 billion in safety and other improvements. For publicity purposes, newspaper reporter Chuck Browning and TV reporter Tracy Ballard are invited to review the park. Just before the junket is announced, Browning arranges to meet with a Delos employee who promises he has dirt on