PICTURED: Evan Rachel Wood strips naked opposite Luke Hemsworth in spooky scene for controversial new TV series Westworld
She has never been shy about showing off her stunning figure in TV dramas such as Mildred Pierce and True Blood.
And new stills from controversial HBO series Westworld show Evan Rachel Wood again in a state of undress.
Sitting on a chair as robot host Delores, Evan bares all while being examined by a character played by newcomer Luke Hemsworth - brother of well-established stars Luke and Chris.
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Naked ambition: Evan Rachel Wood goes fully naked as character Delores in a new still from HBO series Westworld in a scene opposite Luke Hemsworth
The elaborate series is about the android hosts who live in a vast Western theme park, where rich guests pay to act out their every fantasy - including rape and murder - until the robots seem to gain consciousness and seek revenge after a coding malfunction.
The show, which reportedly cost the network an astonishing $100 million and faced multiple production delays, is based on the futuristic 1973 Michael Crichton movie.
Another shot featured the actress posed topless and on a stool with an artfully placed hand protecting her modesty.
Candid: Evan Rachel posed topless in another shot with a perfectly placed hand protecting her modesty
Pert posterior: The star sat straight backed on the stool while Luke was dressed in a sweater, shirt and trousers as the park's head of security
HBO finally debuted it's highly-anticipated new pilot Westworld in the U.S. on Sunday with the first episode of the show debuting on Sky Atlantic in the UK on Tuesday.
The new photographs come as Evan defended the show's violent content, urging critics to 'wait for the context.'
She told The Hollywood Reporter: 'It's absolutely very rough. I don't like gratuitous violence against women at all, but I would wait for the context in which it's being used.
Speaking out: Evan defended the show's violent content, urging critics to 'wait for the context.'
Cuts and bruises: Another shot featured the actress with blood on her face and neck
'As the show progresses, the way it's being used is very much a commentary and a look at our humanity and why we find these things entertaining and why this is an epidemic, and flipping it on its head,' she added.
'The roles for the women on this show are going to be very revolutionary. It's very gender-neutral.
'I would ask, as somebody who is an advocate against any kind of abuse or violence and is outspoken about it, to give it a chance and wait to see where it's going. I think it will surprise people.'
Big debut: Evan and James Mardsen star as robot 'hosts' in Western-themed amusement park Westworld
Anthony Hopkins appears as the park's creator Dr. Robert Ford, who may be beginning to have regrets about his creation.
The park has hundreds of robots running on repeating storylines that can interact with the rich guests.
Thandie Newton plays a robot sex worker, while James Mardsen also stars as a robot who is reunited with his robot love Delores - the oldest robot in the park.
Creepy: Ed Harris plays a murderous guest who is determined to get to a deeper level of the park
Back in the lab: Anthony Hopkins stars as Westworld's mastermind Dr Richard Ford, while Jeffery Wright plays Bernard Lowe
Westworld also stars Ed Harris as the murderous guest Man In Black, who takes no prisoners and leaves a trail of death and destruction as he tries to access a deeper, even darker, level of the park.
But when a new coding update creates a bug that starts to give the robot hosts the ability to remember their past 'narrative loops' - including what the human guests have done to them - they begin acting out.
Crack programmer Bernard Lowe, played by Jeffery Wright, must try to figure out what's gone wrong and fix the software before someone gets hurt.
Face off: Thandie Newton and Rodrigo Santaro come face to face in the salon
Inspection: Dolores opposite the park's owner Anthony Hopkins
After a robot 'kills' another robot, the worried park bosses decide to intervene to pull out the malfunctioning 'hosts.'
HBO is hoping Westworld, which is created by husband and wife team Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, will be their next big thing.
The cable network needs a hit, since the end is in sight for their cult drama Game Of Thrones, and their last big series Vinyl fizzled out soon after it's debut this year.
Lifelike? A machine gets to work creating one of the Westworld park's robot hosts
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