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New 'Atlanta: Robbin' Season' Trailer Features A Scene Eerily Similar To One From 'Get Out'
New 'Atlanta: Robbin' Season' Trailer Features A Scene Eerily Similar To One From 'Get Out'
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New 'Atlanta: Robbin' Season' Trailer Features A Creepy Scene Reminiscent Of 'Get Out'

This week came another teaser trailer for the forthcoming second season of Donald Glover's Atlanta (also known as Atlanta: Robbin' Season).

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The trailer, like those that have come before it, are somewhat surreal and don't really reveal much about what to expect from the new season. But there's one scene that comes toward the end of the video that's eerily reminiscent of a moment from Jordan Peele's Get Out.

The scene shows Glover's character, Earn, in what appears to be an office, looking through a window and eating chips. The moment is unsettling, as a group of white employees silent stare at Earn, before looking away when he looks in their direction.

The scene is eerily similar to a moment in Get Out, when Daniel Kaluuya's character, Chris, goes to the upstairs room he's staying in at the Armitage house to retrieve his phone. As he makes his way up there we see that the white people present at the party have gone silent, listening to Chris as he shuffles across the room.

Glover has offered some insight into Atlanta's second season in previous interviews. During a panel at the 2018 Winter Television Critics Association press tour, he revealed how the upcoming season was influenced by '90s animated TV series Tiny Toon Adventures and its "How I Spent My Vacation" special.

"It's a really good show," Glover said. "You laugh but that was a really good mini group that they did. It was our favorite as kids…You enjoy them more when they’re together but you also enjoy them in bits."