Black Mirror season 5 trailer: Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackie star in new instalment of Netflix's sci-fi show
Black Mirror season 5 comes months after the release of its interactive feature-length episode Bandersnatch.
The trailer of sci-fi anthology series Black Mirror season 5 was released on 15 May. Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackie (Avengers: Endgame), Yahya Abdul Mateen II (Aquaman), Topher Grace, Angourie Rice (Every Day), Andrew Scott (Fleabag season 2), Pom Klementieff are among the many actors part of the star-studded cast.
Though the trailer does not give away much, it is once again a commentary on the perils of technology. The video gives brief glimpses of Scott having a public meltdown as onlookers try to record it from a distance, a teenage girl, whose only confidante is a doll sized robot and a man tempted to cheat on his wife.
Despite show creator Charlie Brooker promising the audience that season 5 would be "more optimistic", the upcoming season seems rather dark. Speaking about Mackie and Mateen being a part of the show, Brooker had told Entertainment Weekly, "It’s the Marvel-DC crossover no one saw coming."
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— Black Mirror (@blackmirror) May 15, 2019
Black Mirror season 5 comes months after the release of the interactive feature-length standalone episode Bandersnatch, directed by David Slade. It was a choose-your-own-adventure-style, allowing viewers to decide the events of the film with their remote control.
Netflix will premiere Black Mirror season 5 on 5 June.
Watch the trailer here.
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