Miley Cyrus will be in “Black Mirror”, which will premiere new season in June

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Miley Cyrus will be in "Black Mirror", which will premiere new season in June The American singer Miley Cyrus poses on his arrival to the preview of the film "Is not it Romantic" in Los Angeles, California, United States. EFE / Archive


Los Angeles, May 15 .- The singer and actress Miley Cyrus will be part of the cast of the fifth season of “Black Mirror”, which will premiere on the Netflix digital platform on June 5.

“Black Mirror” presented today on social networks the trailer for the advancement of this new season, a clip in which, in addition to Miley Cyrus, appear actors like Anthony Mackie, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Topher Grace, Damson Idris, Andrew Scott , Nicole Beharie, Pom Klementieff, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport and Ludi Lin.

Parallel to her release as pop star, Miley Cyrus developed her career as an actress embodying the character of Hannah Montana in various children’s productions and starring in films such as “The Last Song” (2010) or “LOL” (2012).

Her last important role as an actress was in Amazon’s limited series “Crisis in Six Scenes,” which aired in 2016 and was the first foray into the small screen of director, screenwriter and actor Woody Allen.

The fifth season of “Black Mirror” will feature three episodes.
Created by Charlie Brooker, this series has captivated audiences for its profound, surprising and, often, obscure reflections on technology and the future of society in relation to topics such as social networks or artificial intelligence.

The episodes of this series are independent of each other and each one presents a new story with different characters.
The latest installment of “Black Mirror” was “Bandersnatch”, an interactive film that debuted on December 28 on Netflix and allowed viewers to decide at some points in their audiovisual narration how they wanted the story to continue.

The similarities between this film and the books in the “Choose your own adventure” collection did not go unnoticed, so much so that the Editorial Chooseco, responsible for those volumes intended for the younger audience, denounced Netflix last January for an alleged crime of infringement of a registered trademark (EFEUSA)

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