knife? they are outside. Onion? This is glass. And the cast? Absolutely heaps.
The first trailer for the much-anticipated sequel to director Rian Johnson’s 2019 instant genre classic “knives out“Here it is, Daniel is back in the center of another whodunit with Craig and his southern draw.
In the Agatha Christie-esque follow-up, titled “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”, a new murder mystery unfolds on a tropical Grecian island. basically the only place The cast and crew could film a movie last summer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This time, Detective Benoit Blanc (Craig) will have a new crop of potential suspects and victims, including Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madeline Kline, Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista. ,
They have gathered on a private island owned by all-inclusive tech millionaire Miles Bronn (Norton), who has invited the colorful group to heaven. One naturally dies.
In the trailer, we see glimpses of Hudson wielding a knife, playing a fashionista named Birdie J, and Bautista, playing a completely non-stop YouTube star and firing multiple gunshots by the poolside. has been
“Lock the doors. Stay in your rooms,” Craig Kay Blank says in the clip. “Everyone is in danger.”
speak with Netflix’s Tudum In a recent interview, Johnson said he drew inspiration from Christie’s work to craft a compelling new mystery.
“Each time, she found a way into it that felt unique and refreshing, and you could tell it was challenging her creatively,” he told the outlet.
“The phrase I keep coming back to and talking about in the first film is, ‘It’s a roller coaster and not a crossword puzzle,'” Johnson said. “It’s a common mistake to write whodunits thinking you’re making a crossword puzzle, and it’s funny that the audience is going to actually analyze and figure it all out. I know when I’m someone Reading or watching whodunit, I always give up on the notion of being traced about a third of the way through it.”
‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ will debut this month before arriving at the Toronto International Film Festival Netflix on 23 December.
Watch the teaser trailer below.