Glass onion The teaser trailer is here. On Thursday, Netflix unveiled the first trailer for the sequel to Knives Out — its full title is Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery — which sends Daniel Craig’s detective Benoit Blanc to Greece, where a tech billionaire (Edward Norton) joins ” his private Greek His nearest and dearest to the island.” It also stars Janelle Monae, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madeline Cline, Kate Hudson, and Dave Bautista. Release of Glass onion The teaser trailer comes a day before its world premiere at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.
“Ladies and gentlemen, you expected a secret. You were expecting a puzzle. But this is not a game for one person on this island,” Blank (Craig) says in the first Glass onion Glimpse He is not only talking to the new characters, but in a way he is also talking to the audience. It’s smart. It’s also smart how the intertitles add another meaning to Blank’s words. A release date/period is teased after “Ladies and Gentlemen”, Hudson’s character says “this is it”, as if she is an audience member, and the words “putting the pieces together” appear after “a puzzle”.
“So will you explain it to us, Detective?” Odom Jr. says after Blank is done with his drawn-out tease. The Glass onion The “explanation” of the teaser trailer gets in the way of showing off its added cast — running us through all the big names — before Blank’s voice comes in again: “Lock the doors. Stay in your rooms. Everyone is in danger.” First Glass onion The trailer ends with a fourth wall-ish line break, as a guest asks: “Okay, when does the murder mystery start?”
Knives Out writer-director Rian Johnson returns in those capacities on Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. Johnson is also a producer Glass onion With Ram Bergman, as they were on Knife Out.
in an interview in favor of Glass onion teaser trailer, Johnson said of his approach: “What I kept coming back to and talking about the first movie was, ‘This is a roller coaster and not a crossword puzzle.’ It’s a common mistake in writing whodunits to think you’re making a crossword puzzle, and the irony is that the audience is going to analyze it all and figure it out. I know that when I read or watch a whodunit, I always stop thinking about finding out about a third of the way through it.”
“The reality is that what makes something successful is a story, and that’s true of whodunit,” Johnson added. “Do you have important characters? Are you emotionally drained? Are you traveling with them with this story? Then it all comes together and the revelation of the whodunit and it’s all layered in there is part of the fun of this genre. But, in a way, it cannot be the spine that actually supports the body of the whole thing. You just need a good story.”
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery hits Netflix on December 23 in India and worldwide.