Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden showcase their impressive singing skills as they belt out classic hits for Westworld's Carpool Karaoke takeover

They just wrapped up the latest series of HBO's science fiction Westworld.

And cast members Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden put on animated displays as they took Apple's Carpool Karaoke to the set of the Western show for the latest episode of the web series.

In a preview clip, the True Blood actress, 30, and Hairspray star, 44, flaunted their stunning vocals as they belted out the lyrics to a series of chart-topping tracks, including Alanis Morrissette‘s Ironic and Shoop by Salt-N-Pepa.

Having a good time: Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden put on animated displays as they took Apple's Carpool Karaoke to the set of Westworld for the latest episode of the web series

Having a good time: Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden put on animated displays as they took Apple's Carpool Karaoke to the set of Westworld for the latest episode of the web series

As Evan took to the wheel, the pair cruised in the car while performing their best renditions of the classic hits.

Casually-clad James opted for a crisp navy shirt, while the Whatever Works star stunned in a paisley-print midi dress.

Further into the clip, the talented stars appeared in high spirits as they headed to the set of Westworld, with the X-Men actor saying: 'It's so weird that we're in a car and not a horse.'

Skilled: The True Blood actress, 30, and Hairspray star, 44, flaunted their stunning vocals as they belted out the lyrics to a series of chart-topping tracks

Skilled: The True Blood actress, 30, and Hairspray star, 44, flaunted their stunning vocals as they belted out the lyrics to a series of chart-topping tracks

Beaming: As Evan took to the wheel, the pair cruised in the car while performing their best renditions of the classic hits

Beaming: As Evan took to the wheel, the pair cruised in the car while performing their best renditions of the classic hits

Chic displays: Casually-clad James opted for a crisp navy shirt, while the Whatever Works star stunned in a paisley-print midi dress

Chic displays: Casually-clad James opted for a crisp navy shirt, while the Whatever Works star stunned in a paisley-print midi dress

Putting on a soulful show, James strummed a guitar while he and Evan sang in front of a host of viewers dressed in Western-style ensembles in Texas during the annual South by Southwest Film Festival. 

The pair's clip comes after the HBO series concluded its second season with a nail-biting finale on Sunday.

The hotly-anticipated episode sent viewers wild as Evan's character Dolores Abernathy was shot and killed by Bernard Lowe (Jeffrey Wright).

Host Bernard later resurrected the leader of the Wyatt's gang by reproducing her mind into a replica of Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson). 

Takeover: Further into the clip, the talented stars appeared in high spirits as they headed to the set of Westworld, with the X-Men actor saying: 'It's so weird that we're in a car and not a horse' 

Takeover: Further into the clip, the talented stars appeared in high spirits as they headed to the set of Westworld, with the X-Men actor saying: 'It's so weird that we're in a car and not a horse' 

Passionate: James strummed a guitar while he and Evan sang in front of a host of viewers dressed in Western-style ensembles in Texas during the South by Southwest Film Festival

Passionate: James strummed a guitar while he and Evan sang in front of a host of viewers dressed in Western-style ensembles in Texas during the South by Southwest Film Festival

The 90-minute episode titled The Passenger ended with another shocking twist as the Man In Black (Ed Harris) learned he was a robot in a post-credits scene.

Meanwhile, former Versace model James is keeping himself busy in the work department as he is set to take to the big screen for Quentin Tarantino's film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

While his role in the upcoming crime movie is yet be to revealed, the Shock and Awe actor will team up with a star-studded cast for the motion picture, including Burt Reynolds, Margot Robbie and Leonardo DiCaprio.

The film tells the story of Leo's character Dalton and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) who are trying to make it big in Hollywood. 

Season finale: The pair's clip comes after the HBO series concluded its second series on Sunday

Season finale: The pair's clip comes after the HBO series concluded its second series on Sunday

Nail-biting: The hotly-anticipated episode sent viewers wild as Evan's character Dolores Abernathy (left) was shot and killed by Bernard Lowe (Jeffrey Wright, pictured right)
Nail-biting: The hotly-anticipated episode sent viewers wild as Evan's character Dolores Abernathy (left) was shot and killed by Bernard Lowe (Jeffrey Wright, pictured right)

Nail-biting: The hotly-anticipated episode sent viewers wild as Evan's character Dolores Abernathy (left) was shot and killed by Bernard Lowe (Jeffrey Wright, pictured right)

Speaking about the movie, the 55-year-old filmmaker recently said: 'It takes place during the 1969 Hollywood era at the height of the counterculture explosion, at the time of the hippie revolution.

'During the summer, little by little, block by block, we'll be transforming Los Angeles in the psychedelic Hollywood of 1969.'

The movie is set for release on August 9, 2019, the 50th anniversary of the Manson Family committing the LaBianca murders. 

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