Netflix gives new trailer for ‘1899’, new series from ‘Dark’ creators – The Hollywood Reporter

Netflix dropped the new trailer for 1899Hot-anticipated new mystery horror series from the makers Dark.

And it’s really weird.

The first Dark trailer that Netflix released in June, setting the stage for the show: we’re on an immigrant steam train traveling to the “new world,” teeming with people “on the run.” something”. Along the way, they encounter a mysterious second ship, the Prometheus, which has been missing for months, drifting in the open sea. When the crew decides to board Prometheus, things go horribly wrong…

So far it’s been weird.

The second trailer expands on the universe Dark masterminds Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar created for 1899, without ever explaining what’s really going on. But there’s a lot to watch for — including a repeating image of a black triangle — that will prove the source for online speculation long after the show hits global Netflix on May 17. 11.

We get a closer look at the cast, a truly global team that includes Emily Beecham, Aneurin Barnard, Andreas Pietschmann, Miguel Bernardeau, Maciej Musial, Lucas Lynggaard Tonnesen, Rosalie Craig, Yann Gael, Mathilde Ollivier, Isabella Wei , Gabby Wong, Fflyn Edwards and Alexandre Willaume, all of whom speak their native languages.

Image The first look at the Netflix series '1899' will be shot in virtual production at Studio Babelsberg.

The international cast of ‘1899’ all speak in their native languages.

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Fans also get a climax before the show’s design, which looks like a hot party Bridgeton with a touch of Night of the Dead throw in.

If the first trailer is more conventional, cut down to emphasize the thrilling and suspenseful element of the show, this new trailer presents mystery and great ingredients, a sense of being helped. Supported by Jimi Hendrix’s version of All along the watchtower playing in the background.

1899 is the first Netflix show to be shot entirely in a virtual studio using advanced LED-Volume technology that uses a video game engine to create virtual scenes and locations, allowing effects shots to be made. complex images right in the camera. The eight-episode first season was filmed at the Dark Bay LED studio on the Studio Babelsberg lot outside of Berlin. Dark Bay is co-owned by Babelsberg and Friese and Odar’s production company, Dark Ways, with backing from Netflix. Film technology companies Arri, Faber and Framestore were involved in the development of the virtual production stage.

But if Dark whatever happens, fans will care less about the visuals than about the show’s enigmatic characters, twisty plot, and mind-bending themes. This new trailer tells us more about what’s to come.

Check it out below.


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