glass onion does not stop and signs a new record.
Records for glass onion: the third most watched film
The sequel to Knives Out it is the film of the moment, there is no doubt. glass onion Of Rian Johnson – which sees the return of the detective Benoit Blanc Of Daniel Craig – became the third most-watched film ever on the streaming platform Netflix. The other two positions remain unchanged and are always filled by other original films Netflix: the all-star action Red Notice and the apocalyptic Don’t Look Up.
The film was released on the streaming service before Christmas. With 209.4 million hours viewed, glass onion has bypassed films such as The Gray Man and bird boxto reclaim its place in the top 3. However, it currently falls short of the numbers of the two most watched films ever by Netflix: Don’t Look Up and Red Notice.
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Don’t Look Upreleased in December 2021, is a satire directed by Adam McKay (The big bet) and played by Leonardo Di Caprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep. The film garnered 359.8 million viewed hours in the first 28 days of its release.
Red Notice, also released in 2021, is currently the most-watched English-language film on the streaming service, having amassed 364 million viewed hours. The film is a heist movie with protagonists Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Gal Gadot.
glass onion see the return of Daniel Craig as the detective Benoit Blanc. Besides Craig the star-studded film cast includes Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr, Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline, Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista. The film also boasts a number of cameos from renowned actors and other celebrities including Hugh Grant, Angela Lansbury and Ethan Hawke.
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The words of the director of the record-breaking film glass onion
The director of glass onion, Rian Johnsonwas interviewed by the Wrap and talked about the sequel ending of Murder by Death – Knives Out, and his reluctance to accept a narrative conclusion that did not convince him at all. Later the director was convinced of a twist that he caused discussion.
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“I think the main thing was that it can’t be seen from another angle. There must be a basic change of perspective that creates a new tension in the repetition of all the various scenes. That’s what led to the idea of twins. In the process I was dragged, kicking and screaming, towards the idea of identical twins. I didn’t want to do that, it sounded like a horrible idea and I thought ‘Will the audience ever forgive me for this?’”.
Afterwards Rian Johnson totally changed point of view:
In the end I figured we’d get away with it because it’s not like a revelation at the end. It is a complication at the heart of the story that leads to a deeper understanding of what is at stake.