#Knives Out

Outback Has a Bloomin’ Glass Onion Promotion In Honor of the ‘Knives Out’ Sequel

As you may or may not know, I am a connoisseur of foods based on movies. When a film gets a tie-in menu at some fast casual restaurant, I go and eat the whole thing and try my best not to die. I’ve survived the Fantastic Four Denny’s menu and The Batman calzony from Little Caesar’s and the Independence Day: Resurgence Denny’s menu and the IHOP The Grinch menu and all the food in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Johnny Rockets Allegiant menu. I don’t know why I do this. I guess I just really hate myself and this is how I express that?
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ChatGPT Is Astonishing, but Human Jobs Are Safe (for Now)

If you've spent any time browsing social media feeds over the last week (who hasn't), you've probably heard about ChatGPT. The mesmerizing and mind-blowing chatbot, developed by OpenAI and released last week, is a nifty little AI that can spit out highly convincing, human-sounding text in response to user-generated prompts.
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Dave Bautista Looks Jacked While Working Out Behind the Scenes of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 trailer (Marvel) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 trailer (Marvel) After gaining weight in order to play horror movie villain Leonard in M. Night Shyamalan's Knock at the Cabin earlier this year, Dave Bautista is back in superhero shape. The wrestler-turned-actor recently shared a photo from one of his on-set workouts while filming Marvel sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, in which he reprises the role of Drax the Destroyer, possibly for the final time—and his jacked arms and physique are on full display.
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Knives Out is a great modern take on whodunit films

Whodunits consistently keep you on the edge of your seat through their mystery and engagement. Their serious tone can be closely connected with films during the noir period. Whodunits provide the same thrill a case in real life would. Viewers are just as concerned with connecting the dots as the on-screen detective. Knives Out is an interesting case because it defeats most norms of the whodunit genre.

Film Review: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a product of its hyper-specific time. Following the success of his 2019 whodunnit hit Knives Out, writer/director Rian Johnson struck big with Netflix. The streaming giant paid $469 million practically as a commission for two more movies starring Daniel Craig as the “last of the gentlemen sleuths” Benoit Blanc. This deal went into place in March of 2021, a year after the COVID-19 pandemic kicked off. Hot off the heels of a dozen or so national and global events of every variety forcing many across the U.S. to question our systems and biases (for reference, see: March 2020 – January 2021), Johnson would have sat down at his laptop with a lot of thoughts and feelings to draw inspiration from. Knives Out’s use of the Trump Administration’s deportation policies to raise the personal stakes and its allusion to the rise of white supremacy in America could be written comfortably. It wasn’t a risk to assume that these unfortunate systems and developments would continue through late 2020 at the earliest. Glass Onion, however, was to be born out of the sharp, broken shards of a disrupted America…and it shows.

‘The Book of Clarence’ Updates: Benedict Cumberbatch Joins the Cast

Benedict Cumberbatch is signing on for a new project and jumping straight into production. He has joined the cast of Jeymes Samuel’s The Book of Clarence alongside Stranger Things star Caleb McLaughlin, James McAvoy, and David Oyelowo. The project, which is still listed on IMDB Pro as Pins and...

This Ad for a Bloomin' Onion Goes to Great Lengths to Leave Behind Zero Evidence

In today’s Instagram-driven world, enjoying a nice meal out often means sharing a perfectly rendered shot of your bounty with your followers. But the next time you partake in a Bloomin’ Onion, Outback Steakhouse and Netflix’s Glass Onion—the Rian Johnson-helmed follow-up to Knives Out—isn’t looking for you to share a filtered glamour shot of your appetizer. In fact, they want you to destroy the evidence. Immediately.

How ‘Knives Out 2’ Production Designer Built the ‘Glass Onion’ Using 350 Sheets of Glass and a Real Onion

Rian Johnson’s “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” features a billionaire character, Miles Bron, who owns a private island in Greece. Bron, played by Edward Norton, invites his circle of friends, an all-star cast that includes Kate Hudson, Janelle Monáe and Leslie Odom Jr., to join him for a murder-mystery weekend. Everything about Miles screams extravagance and power. With that, it was up to the production designer Rick Heinrichs to build the perfect home. That meant a giant mansion topped with a glass onion. Inside, an atrium resembles a museum filled with Banksy, Kandinsky and the Mona Lisa. When it came to designing the...

Know the Cast & Characters: ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’

The Glass Onion cast features Daniel Craig, Edward Norton and Janelle Monáe. This info article contains minor spoilers and character details for Rian Johnson’s 2022 Netflix movie. Check out more streaming guides in Vague Visages’ Know the Cast section. Glass Onion examines a murder mystery at a...

‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Gets New Character Posters!! Check It Out!!

Hot on the heels of the news that its director and creator Rian Johnson has been speaking about his desire to see the film return to the big screen when the film starts streaming on Netflix in three weeks’ time, Netflix has now released a series of character posters to promote the upcoming launch of its smash hit, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.