Netflix confirms 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' movie releasing December 28

The new'Black Mirror movie might let you choose your own adventure

Netflix reveal new details about Black Mirror's choose your own adventure episode

Fionn Whitehead plays Bandersnatch's protagonist Stefan, the main character whose actions you - the viewer - choose.

In "Bandersnatch", Stefan, a young programmer wants to design a computer game inspired by an interactive novel given to him as a child. But when it comes to the creepy sci-fi series, we can't help but tune in.

"There's a lot of dimension to it", Cyrus said.

Check out the Black Mirror: Bandersnatch trailer below, and watch the whole event for yourself on Netflix on December 28th.

Bandersnatch is available to experience on "most newer devices", according to Netflix, including TVs, game consoles, web browser, and Android and iOS devices running the latest version of the Netflix app. This same character then takes a cluster of colorful pills, yet we don't know if they're his medications or drugs provided by someone else.

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Miley looks handsome in an off-shoulder white dress, with understated, minimal makeup and has her blonde hair worn loose. Several media outlets have reached out to the couple's reps for a comment but haven't heard anything.

Reports suggest that this will be the episode that will allow each individual viewer to decide how it ends.

Prior to the premiere of the trailer, fans had already begun to speculate that Bandersnatch would be an upcoming installment of the popular series. Is Black Mirror boldly going where no entertainment has gone before?

Along with Whitehead, the cast also includes Will Poulter, Craig Parkinson, Alice Lowe and Asim Chaudhry, with the installment helmed by returning Black Mirror director David Slade.

Depending on your choices, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch can be finished in as little as 40 minutes, though the average viewing takes about 90.

Most likely the first mentioning of this word was in Lewis Carroll's novels Through the Looking Glass (1872) and The Hunting of the Shark (1874).

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