Cryptic 'Black Mirror' Trailer Gives Netflix Viewers First Look at 'Bandersnatch' Movie

Netflix Just Dropped First Interactive'Black Mirror Episode

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The critically acclaimed "Black Mirror" is known for its dark take on technology in the modern world or near future.

On Thursday, Netflix released the trailer for the acclaimed show's upcoming film, which centers on a young British programmer, played by Fionn Whitehead, who helps design a video game based on a book with a terrifying backstory. You'll either get a Black Mirror choose-your-own-adventure movie, or watch Roma again. Bandersnatch is reportedly 90 minutes long, but there's 312 minutes of interactive footage, which allows viewers to dictate the events of the film.

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The episode also stars Will Poulter (Detroit), Alice Lowe (Prevenge), and Asim Chaudhry (People Just Do Nothing). Do you think they're hinting at a choose your own adventure with this one?

Netflix Just Dropped First Interactive'Black Mirror Episode
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"When it's a concept piece, a bit of madness is what you need", his new friend insists in a statement that can also describe a running theme behind all the scattered pieces of Black Mirror. Meanwhile the film, about young producer who is sent spiraling into insanity as he works on the adaptation of a odd fantasy novel into a video game, falls perfectly in line with all of those elements. While we are unlikely to know for sure until tomorrow, it would make sense given what we know of the plot.

Bandersnatch, the first official stand-alone movie from the franchise, will be helmed by The Twilight Saga: Eclipse director David Slade, who previously helmed a season four episode.

Where was Black Mirror: Bandersnatch filmed?

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