Netflix unveiled the final trailer for the third volume of its popular anime anthology series on Thursday. Love, Death + Robots.
The series, created by Tim Miller and David Fincher, showcases various animation techniques by inviting different teams of artists and scriptwriters to create short stories on the spectrum of fantasy and science fiction. The trailer previews both ultra-realistic 3D episodes and fully 2D stories, while also paying homage to British philosopher Alan Watts by playing his “The Dream of Life” speech.
According to the official logline, the next episode sees “terror, imagination and beauty combine in nine new episodes that range from the discovery of an ancient evil to a comic apocalypse, telling surprising short stories of fantasy, horror and sci-fi with an invention-branded spirit and visual.”
The voice cast includes Rosario Dawson, Joe Manganiello, Christian Serratos, Jai Courtney, Mackenzie Davis, Joel McHale, Seth Green and Gabriel Luna. Notably, volume three will mark Fincher’s first animation achievement.
Love, Death + Robots volume three will arrive on Netflix on May 20. Watch the final trailer above.
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