Netflix Drops Trailer For 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' And Confirms Start Date
Netflix has just dropped a brand new trailer for Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.
The minute and a half-long preview reveals an air date for Bandesnatch, and it will be hitting Netflix tomorrow (Friday, 28th December).
Bandersnatch will star Dunkirk star Fionn Whitehead, Will Poulter and Asim Chaudhry of People Just Do Nothing fame.
As the leaked synopsis puts it best: "A young programmer makes a fantasy novel into a game. Soon, reality and virtual world are mixed and start to create confusion."
Netflix shared the new preview on Thursday, just a day before the movie will drop.
And on Boxing Day, the subscription streaming platform shared the first look at the feature film, releasing a snap of the new cast all together.
After months of silence, the official Twitter account for the Netflix original series sparked into action to share the teaser trailer.
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First, it tweeted: "Relax," before dropping the official trailer exactly an hour afterwards. Adding a few words on Facebook, Netflix wrote: "Told you we'd be right back, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch arrives tomorrow!"
Relax.- Black Mirror (@blackmirror) December 27, 2018
Fans of the series went into overdrive over the new preview and release date, with one sharing: "I have no idea what's happening and I love it already."
It has been heavily suggested that the Black Mirror instalment will include a new choose-your-own feature which allows viewers to decide on the outcome of the plot.
One viewer speculated: "It's going to be a "choose your own adventure" programme, most votes chooses what is shown next. Will likely be a live vote so can't be shown in the same format again."
Another added: "I'm guessing the rumours about it being a choose-your-own-adventure style episode are true!"
There's currently still no word on when series five of Charlie Brooker's Netflix original will be dropping though, but rumour suggests Miley Cyrus will be starring after she let a few details slip on a recent radio appearance.
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