Gugu was born in Oxford, England, she appeared in TV series Bad Girls, Bonekickers and Doctor Who. In 2013 She starred in Amma Asante's film Belle.Followed by starring in Gina Prince-Bythewood's film Beyond The Lights. Also starred in Jupiter Ascending, Concussion, Free State of Jones, Miss Sloane and Beauty and the Beast.
Posted on Thursday, August 18th, 2016 by Angie Han
Netflix announced last year that it was picking up Black Mirror for a third season, and last month revealed that the new episodes would premiere this fall. But as we say in the age of Instagram and Facebook, pics or it didn’t happen. So showrunner Charlie Brooker has now shared the first Black Mirror season 3 images for us to enjoy. And some of them look surprisingly… retro? The series has thrown some pretty shocking twists at us over the years, but even we did not see a 1980s episode coming.
That’s Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis up there in those fetching ’80s fashions, and still other photos offer our first look at Bryce Dallas Howard in an episode directed by Joe Wright. Check out the new Black Mirror season 3 images below.
First up, here’s a look at the episode titled “San Junipero,” starring Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie. The installment was directed by Owen Harris, who also helmed the heartbreaking episode “Be Right Back” in 2. There’s a definite retro vibe to them — Mbatha-Raw is channeling classic Madonna, and Davis looks like she’s been trading fashion tips with Barb from Stranger Things. The photos definitely seem to fit with the ’80s and ’90s nostalgia that’s in vogue right now, from the aforementioned Stranger Things to the upcoming Ready Player One, but knowing Black Mirror there’s sure to be some sort of weird, queasy twist to it.
The characters in “Nosedive” look decidedly more contemporary. This episode was directed by Joe Wright from a script by Rashida Jones and Mike Schur of Parks & Recreation fame. Howard is the only one we see here, but she stars with Alice Eve and James Norton. The sight of people fiddling with their phone isn’t really that remarkable, but that’s probably the point. While some of the show’s episodes feel more fantastical or far-fetched, plenty of them are grounded in a reality not unlike our own.