‘Black Mirror’ Creator Charlie Brooker Reveals What His ‘Black Mirror’ Pandemic Would Look Like
With just a few days left in the calendar year, it is now safe to say that Black Mirror fans are not getting any new, surprising installments from Charlie Brooker's darker Netflix anthology. And not because the creator of the series no longer has twisted ideas, but because he and his colleague Annabel Jones, the showrunner of “Black Mirror”, have implemented all these ideas in “Death to 2020”, their upcoming Netflix mockumentary . the year 2020.
But yeah, Brooker still knows what the coronavirus pandemic would have been like if he'd shot a new "Black Mirror" episode amid the pandemic.
“A strange thing that struck me, and maybe that's just me - and you wouldn't tell about 'Black Mirror' - but I've always been a very paranoid and worried person who is neurotically concerned about the worst possible is close to it, ”Brooker told reporters during a virtual panel promoting“ Death to 2020 ”last week. “And, oddly enough, when that happened, I think that on some levels I went, in some ways, to a strange kind of almost optimism. Because that fear and fear of something terrible happens when something terrible happens, it is suddenly a real and ongoing concern, and you are not concerned about some great unknown, but about an actual situation. "
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“And in many ways it would have been incredibly violent and incredible if I had written the 'Black Mirror' version of a pandemic that had evolved beyond the panic - as if society had collapsed to dust in an exciting opening scene. "He went on." And indeed, in general for the moment until now ... your neighbor is more likely to help you with something than fight you for a bottle of water. "
Brooker and Jones gave no updates on a sixth season of Black Mirror during the Death to 2020 press day and instead focused on what Netflix calls an "original comedy event in the form of a (satirical) landmark documentary" Look back on this unprecedented year through the eyes of the most ill-informed commentators you will ever meet. "
The special "Death to 2020", first published in July by masterminds "Black Mirror", consists of Samuel L. Jackson, Hugh Grant, Kumail Nanjiani, Tracey Ullman, Samson Kayo, Lisa Kudrow, Diane Morgan, Leslie Jones and Cristin Milioti, Joe Keery and Laurence Fishburne.
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Brooker and his team have been writing and writing the script "Death to 2020" for months. The first draft will come in late September and the final draft at the end of last month. The special was recorded between November 19th and 30th.
So what if a big event happens before Death to 2020 launches on Netflix this Sunday, December 27th? Well, Brooker says "cross your fingers" this is not going to happen.
"It's obviously difficult to do something that's basically a moving target and you're still in the thick of it. But it was a pretty reactive script," the creator of Black Mirror told reporters . "The script has changed a lot over time. There were a few things we could try, but you cannot fully predict it. "
"Death to 2020" launches on Sunday, December 27th on Netflix.
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