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Finally I got the long-awaited stills from Bryce’s Black Mirror episode titled Nosedive in the gallery! Sorry it took so long. Credit goes to Ana for the photos!! The episode was great, and Bryce as usual was amazing! Enjoy!!
TELEVISION > BLACK MIRROR (2016) > NOSEDIVE > STILLS
Hi everyone, I am so sorry that it’s taking me so long to get the Nosedive stills. I have been super busy with work – I am usually part time, but I’ve been getting near full time hours the past few weeks. I am off work tomorrow, and I will get those stills up sometime then! Be on the lookout!
In the meantime, here is this awesome video from Conan!
Black Mirror season three is set to premiere on October 21, 2016 and in support of the upcoming season, Netflix has released a new behind the scenes video featuring interview snippets with the cast and producers. The new video gives fans of the series created, written, and executive produced by Charlie Brooker a sneak peek into the bizarre world of Black Mirror.
Season three’s cast includes Bryce Dallas Howard, Alice Eve, James Norton, Cherry Jones, Wyatt Russell, Alex Lawther, Jerome Flynn, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mackenzie Davis, Michael Kelly, Malachi Kirby, Kelly McDonald, and Faye Marsay. Joe Wright (Atonement), Dan Trachtenberg (10 Cloverfield Lane), James Watkins (The Woman in Black), Owen Harris, Jacob Verbruggen (London Spy) and James Hawes directed season three’s episodes, and Rashida Jones and Michael Schur wrote the “Nosedive” episode.
“If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.”
That’s a quote from Nineteen Eighty-Four, the George Orwell novel set in a totalitarian dystopia ruled by symbolic figurehead Big Brother. It can also be applied to Black Mirror, the futuristic anthology series from the minds of Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones that’s returning later this month.
We love this premise: An insecure office worker (Bryce Dallas Howard) lives in a world in which everyone obsessively ranks and rates every tiny social interaction. She thinks she finally may have found a way to rank alongside her friend (Alice Eve), who’s one of society’s elites. At first glance, this sounds like a classic Black Mirror setup — an existing tech element taken to a horrifying new extreme. But Brooker says it’s one of the most unusual episodes he’s done. “Each episode this season is a different genre; this one is a social satire,” Brooker says. “It’s got a creepy serenity to it and won’t be what people expect.”