Neue Trailer zu David Finchers Mindhunter und Jeremy Rushs Wheelman, beide auf Netflix, dazu der neue Justice League-Trailer und Teaser zur Stephen King-Serie Castle Rock sowie zur Jack Ryan-Serie auf Amazon.
A getaway driver is double-crossed during a bank robbery gone wrong. With his family on the line, he races to find out exactly who betrayed him before time runs out.
The clip began showing a mother (DeWitt) taking her child to a doctor’s office for a free trial of a mysterious procedure designed to intentionally impact a chip into her head so that the mother could physically know where she is and what’s she thinking about all the time. Commentary on the extremes of motherhood, technology, and social status? Yup, it fits right into the Black Mirror universe.
Brooker explained more about how he comes up with some of these prescient themes and what he thinks provokes a great episode, “I tend to be a worrier. I just find that the world seems to be in parallel with the darkest part of my mind. A lot of it seeps in subconsciously. Something that once seemed far-fetched is now prophetic,” he said. Then he added “I’m trying to remain optimistic about what’s going on, though.” To which Foster replied, “Tell us how to do that.”
Though it might seem unlikely, Brooker surprisingly finds humor in some of the episodes, including last season’s popular “Nosedive” episode, which he described as “Brewster’s Millions for reputation.” And the now iconic “San Junipero” episode, there was the element of romance. “’San Junipero’ was oddly easy to write, and it came out quickly.” He also revealed that it was originally a heterosexual love story that he changed to a same-sex romance for added significance.
As far as this new season goes, Brooker is hopeful. “I thought about what the state the world would be in this season, which is why we varied the tone a bit.”
With the addition of Foster this season, the audience asked whether we can expect to hire more women directors. This is something they apparently have already been conscious of and are striving to have more women filmmakers come on board. “I looked back at the first season, and I realized it had a lot of men. I definitely don’t want to write about the same guy the whole time. Most of our lead protagonists this season are women.”
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