Metalhead Trailer: The Upcoming Black Mirror Episode

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Metalhead Trailer: The Upcoming Black Mirror Episode

Metalhead Trailer: The upcoming Black Mirror episode

We’ve already seen trailers for Jodie Foster’s Arkangel, John Hillcoat’s Crocodile, Colm McCarthy’s Black Museum, and Tim Van Patten’s Hang the DJ, and now Netflix has debuted the trailer for the Black Mirror Season 4 episode directed by David Slade (30 Days of Night, Hannibal). Starring Maxine Peake (The Theory Of Everything, The Village), Jake Davies (The Missing, A Brilliant Young Mind), and Clint Dyer (Hope Springs), the episode is titled “Metalhead.”

The new Black Mirror episodes include:

– “Crocodile,” directed by John Hillcoat (The Road, Lawless) and starring Andrea Riseborough (Birdman, Bloodline), Andrew Gower (Outlander), Kiran Sonia Sawar (Murdered By My Father).

– “Arkangel,” directed by Jodie Foster (Money Monster, The Silence of the Lambs) and starring Rosemarie Dewitt (La La Land, Mad Men), Brenna Harding (A Place to Call Home), Owen Teague (Bloodline).

– “Hang the DJ,” directed by Tim Van Patten (The Sopranos, Game of Thrones), and starring Georgina Campbell (Flowers, Broadchurch), Joe Cole (Peaky Blinders, Green Room), George Blagden (Versailles, Vikings).

– “USS Callister,” directed by  Toby Haynes (Dr Who, Sherlock) and starring Jesse Plemons (Black Mass, Fargo), Cristin Milioti (The Wolf of Wall Street, Fargo), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld, House of Cards), Michaela Coel (Chewing Gum, Monsters: Dark Continent).

– “Metalhead,” directed by David Slade (30 Days of Night, Hannibal) and starring Maxine Peake (The Theory Of Everything, The Village), Jake Davies (The Missing, A Brilliant Young Mind), Clint Dyer (Hope Springs).

– “Black Museum,” directed by Colm McCarthy (The Girl with All the Gifts) and starring Douglas Hodge (The Night Manager, Catastrophe), Letitia Wright (Humans, Ready Player One), Babs Olusanmokun (Roots, The Defenders).

All episodes were written by Charlie Brooker.

Black Mirror is an anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world, with each stand-alone episode a sharp, suspenseful tale exploring themes of contemporary techno-paranoia. Without questioning it, technology has transformed all aspects of our lives; in every home; on every desk; in every palm – a plasma screen; a monitor; a Smartphone – a Black Mirror reflecti