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Will Poulter teases Black Mirror: Bandersnatch return with epic time travel theory

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ACTOR Will Poulter has teased his return to Black Mirror: Bandersnatch with an epic time travel theory.

The star played video game designer Colin Ritman in the interactive Netflix film created by Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones.

Originally released on Netflix in 2018, the BAFTA award-winning actor pitched an idea for the film's sequel.

He told NME: "I would love to reprise my character.

"[Charlie Brooker, Annabel Jones and I] were discussing how much people engage with Easter eggs, and how the different episodes might be linked in some way. We did suggest that Colin might have the ability to time travel…”

Will, 27, went on: "I would love it if [Colin] showed up in full-on, ’80s regalia.

"But he was, in fact, in the present day, or somewhere in the future. That would be really fun."

Will, who is currently promoting his appearance in the new interactive video game The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, also discussed how his character was treated by different viewers.

"Some people killed me, some people kept me alive, some people killed me then brought me back to life, and some of those people are my family members," he added.

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is currently available to watch on Netflix.

Black Mirror's Bandersnatch gives fans the power of deciding where the story goes

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