Anthony Hopkins told cinematographer Paul Cameron that he had more fun working on “Westworld” than in other movie sets. HBO

The whole cast of “Westworld” is very impressive, ranging from the likes of Anthony Hopkins to Ed Harris, just to name a few. But as far as cinematographer Paul Cameron is concerned, working with Hopkins definitely takes the cake.

The cinematographer told Backstage that it has been a real treat working on “Westworld” and even the actors feel the same way.

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“Well, first off I’ll say it was great to work with Anthony Hopkins. After a couple days of shooting, he said he was having more fun on this show than he had in years working on movie sets,” he said. “And all the other actors, all A-list, they were all a pleasure to be with on a daily basis. Because a lot of them have higher-end film backgrounds, there was very constructive interaction with them, and I was able to make suggestions and corrections. A lot of the reason I do what I do is to be on set with actors.”

However, Hopkins’ stint on the show might be over since his character, Dr. Robert Ford, was killed off during the Season 1 finale by Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood).

Show creator Jonathan Nolan said they want to bring Hopkins back, but he stressed that Ford is really dead. Due to this, Nolan said they’d have to make do with flashbacks. “I think there will be an opportunity to explore a little bit more of the backstory of how this park came to be, a little more of that story,” he told Digital Spy. “We’ll see the character’s presence will be felt in that sense in terms of filling in a few more of the gaps about the early history of this place.”

The only concern Nolan has right now is how to fit Hopkins into the show, given his busy schedule. “He’s a busy guy, so we’ll see what happens,” he said.

Meanwhile, Jimmi Simpson’s young William will also return for Season 2 by appearing in flashbacks.

“Westworld” Season 2 premieres on HBO in 2018.