The character only briefly enters from the left and disappears off-screen a moment later as Nanette Cole (Milioti) meets the rest of her co-workers. Judging by the side-eye, we have to imagine Dunst is keeping close watch on the object of her (fictional) fiancé’s gaze. Admittedly, we may be projecting.
At long last, the fourth season of Black Mirror has cleared away the fog. Months after a first trailer and weeks after its promotional tour began, Netflix confirms a late December premiere for the six new stories that comprise the dystopian techno-thriller.
We still don’t have an official premiere date for Black Mirror Season 4 (that first trailer was in August!), but we do have the next best thing. Who needs one promo, when all six new episodes get their own full-length trailers, including that delightful-seeming Star Trek spoof?
Netflix hasn’t provided much update on Black Mirror Season 4 since its initial August trailer, but something may be on the horizon. New episodic trailers for the fourth season have arrived, including an unsettling new look at Jodie Foster’s Black Mirror directorial debut.
The world of Black Mirror seems closer to reality with each passing year, and Apple’s new iPhone X may have just give us our “Waldo Moment.” The dystopian tech anthology took aim at Apple with a parody of yesterday’s big announcements, featuring a familiar blue face.