‘Black Mirror Bandersnatch’ first trailer revealed by Netflix, confirms air date

‘Black Mirror Bandersnatch’ first trailer revealed by Netflix, confirms air date

‘Black Mirror Bandersnatch’ first trailer revealed by Netflix, confirms air date

Well, sort of! We're not really getting a Black Mirror Season 5 just yet, but instead a little something called Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. The online streaming platform has dropped the trailer of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and it could influence your weekend and maybe your New Year Eve's plans.

Black Mirror fans have already dedicated hours to mapping out the different combinations based on the choices you can make, including one exhaustive effort shared today on Reddit.

The film will mark the show's longest instalment to date, running just one minute longer than season three's Hated in the Nation, which ran for 89 minutes. It is also rumoured that the movie will have an interactive, Choose Your Own Adventure-style element to it. It's yet another sign of the streaming service's dominance, and all of this only further serves as marketing for Black Mirror's upcoming fifth season, due to debut in 2019. Once you've made your selection (or once the device has for you), the movie continues without any black screen or pause to load, which reinforces the idea that you're actually directing the story instead of simply playing a game. "Bandersnatch" is the first interactive film for grown-ups.

Did it work? Fans and critics have been giving the movie mixed reviews, but most are in favor.

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Fionn Whitehead plays the main character in "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch". The book's author is a man named Jerome F. Davies. As with some of Black Mirror's best episodes, the technology isn't an obstacle, but the vehicle by which broader questions about humanity's relationship to technology are raised. We simply can not wait to find out how many existentially terrifying endings this thing has.

Viewers will be transported to a website which contains a job advert with Mr Tucker's (Asim Chaudhry) face printed on it, with post that reads: 'Are you a buddying computer games designer?

Bandersnatch set in the '80s and chock-full by video game references, Netflix has upped the immersive experience by making available one of the games featured in the film - with a twist.

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