Detective Benoit Blanc has begun a new case in the legendary traditions, of Hercule Poirot, Nancy Drew, as well as the Boxcar Children. The climactic trailer for Glass Onion: A Knives Off Mystery, the follow-up to Knives Out, has been made available. Rian Johnson is the director.
The odd group of characters can be seen shooting weapons, calling one another the “elephant in the room,” and talking about the board game Clue in the just-released full video.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Cast and Their Characters.
Daniel Craig, Toni Collette, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ana De Armas, Chris Evans, Michael Shannon, LaKeith Stanfield, and Christopher Plummer were all part of the first movie’s cast.
Along with Madelyn Cline from Outer Banks and Jessica Henwick from Game of Thrones, new elites Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kate Hudson, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., and Dave Bautista join the returning Detective Danny Craig.
Why are we using knives this time?
The rest of the ensemble is invited to a Greek island by Edward Norton’s rich character for a murder mystery game that (shockingly) goes fatal. The initial trailer had a lot of headgear but a little genuine plot.
The movie starts with such a murder-mystery party which develops into a full-on genuine murder mystery, as well as look who’s left to fit the puzzle together now that we have a complete trailer.
When will it be released?
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery will be available on Netflix on December 23, and if you’re eager to see it in theatres or simply don’t want to wait to tell your friends what it’s about, you have a week from November 23 to November 29 to catch it in 600 U.S. theatres (with more to be announced across the world).
Run, don’t walk, though, because the seats are quickly filling up. According to Variety, Glass Onion set a record for Netflix’s limited runs when it generated $15 million in a limited run on its first weekend. The “sneak-preview event” tickets are presently available.
Does the Glass Onion have a soundtrack?
Be at ease! Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’s official soundtrack is currently available. Whodunit? It was the brother of director Rian Johnson, Nathan Johnson.
In the past, the brothers have worked together on movies like Brick, Looper, or, appropriately, The Brothers Blooms.
The new record, according to Netflix, “nods to a manor mystery from Knives Out while also expanding and inverting the sonic palette with a new quartet merging brass & harpsichord to fill out the romantic elements of an entirely new mystery.”