'Black Sails'
British actors Toby Stephens (L) and Hannah New talk about STARZ's "Black Sails" during the Winter 2014 Television Critics Association (TCA) presentations in Pasadena, California, January 10, 2014. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

A new video of “Black Sails” Season 3 titled “battle trailer” has been released by Starz. The video shows some of the action sequences on the show and also teases some of the scenes and elements of the plot.

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After wrecking havoc in the city of Charles Town in the previous season, Flint (Toby Stephens) will now have to prepare for the consequences. The British will send their army to take on the pirates of Nassau in earnest this time around and the new trailer shows that Flint won’t back down from the fight.

The video shows Flint saying that he will not walk away from this fight by just surrendering and begging for mercy. The video shows the pirate captain meeting with Woodes Rogers (Luke Roberts), who has been sent to become the next governor of Nassau.

“This war isn’t nearly over,” Flint says in the video. There will be challenges that Flint and his crew will have to face in the war. Flint has the support of John Silver (Luke Arnold) and Billy Bones (Tom Hopper), but the two characters along with the other crew can be seen getting locked up with Flint in one of the scenes from “Black Sails” Season 3.

Apart from the battle against the British, Flint will also have to deal with Blackbeard (Ray Stevenson). The trailer shows the two characters in a duel. Blackbeard is a fierce historic character that is being introduced for the first time in the next season.

In a previous interview with Comic Book Resources, Stevenson revealed that his character was one of “founding fathers” of Nassau and was also one of the original drafters of the Pirate’s Charter.

“Black Sails” Season 3 is slated to premiere on Jan. 23, 2016. Some of the other cast members of the show include Zach McGowan (Charles Vane), Jessica Parker Kennedy (Max), Toby Schmitz (Rackham) and Hannah New (Eleanor Guthrie).

Source – YouTube/Starz

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