Netflix ‘Knives Out’ Sequel ‘Glass Onion’ Teaser Looks Exciting
There is a lot going on in the humor for Glass onions: Unlocking the mystery of the knivesAs expected. Netflix released the first footage of Rian Johnson’s follow-up to his 2019 killer Take out the kniveswhich means we’ll finally meet the new players in his twisted game.
But first, we have to get to know our old friend Benoit Blanc again, played by Daniel Craig again. Did you miss that lavish Southern tie? Don’t worry: he’s back at full power within milliseconds of the start of the teaser.
“Ladies and gentlemen,” Benoit rings, “I expected a mystery. You expected a puzzle. But for one person on this island, this is not a game.”
Following in the footsteps of the first movie—which features a crew full of big names, such as Ana de Armas, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Toni Collette—glass onionThe suspects are all represented on the first list. We’re talking Katherine Hahn in her best bathrobe, Kate Hudson sprucing up in a shimmering green gown, and Edward Norton dodging bullets from Dave Bautista’s rifle.
However, there seems to be one major difference in setting glass onion. While Take out the knives Follows a complicit family coveting after their inheritance, glass onion Set in Greece, apparently after a group of residents checked into a luxury resort (The White Lotus?) with a mysterious twist.
Along with Benoit Blanc’s big comeback, other highlights in the trailer include Kathryn Hahn as a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown (she repeated her “Oh my God” scream about 18 times), Janelle Monae as a stylish tech entrepreneur, and offshore banks“Madeleine Klein bled out with a gun. Furthermore, it also stars a confused Leslie Odom Jr. and clumsy Jessica Henwick.
With illustrious critical acclaim and a Best Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay, Netflix scooped an IP Take out the knives A huge deal worth 450 million dollars. Director Rian Johnson will continue his beloved mystery sequel (at least) in two sequels – the first glass onion, and the next TBA. Hopefully, at some point, Ana de Armas will return with a cameo.
After its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival later this week, Glass onions: Unlocking the mystery of the knives It will premiere on Netflix just in time for the big weekend of December 23.