Netflix has revealed yet another secret Black Mirror: Bandersnatch ending. On Twitter, the official UK and Ireland Netflix account hinted that users could see a new ending if they choose to pick up the family photo twice.

The choose-your-own-adventure Black Mirror film has five official endings, but fans have unearthed a host of Easter eggs, hidden scenes, and endings. The movie's director David Slade even told The Hollywood Reporter, “There are scenes that some people just will never see and we had to make sure that we were okay with that,” with producer Russell Lean suggesting there are 10 to 12 potential endings to the film.

Have you watched Black Mirror: Bandersnatch? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

And in case you missed it, watch a behind-the-scenes look at Bandersnatch below.

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