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Knives Out 3: Release Updates

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Rian Johnson, known for his directorial debut, Brick, gained mainstream recognition for his talents and is recently in the news for his latest project, ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’. Johnson is the director of Knives Out and recently shared his plans for this franchise’s future. He shared this news in September 2022 and expressed his desire to develop more films. It was revealed in November 2022 that he is planning the third film.

Knives Out made its debut on November 27, 2019, in The United States and gained worldwide recognition for portraying a wealthy dysfunctional family. The film was a huge success and grossed over $312.9 million, while it was made on a $40 million budget—the movie stars well-known personalities, including Daniel Craig, Chris Evans and Ana de Armas.

Knives Out’s sequel ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery‘ was recently released on November 23, 2022, in the United States and Followed Benoit Blanc taking on a new case that revolves around a billionaire and his friends. The movie was released on Netflix on December 23, 2022, and has been an enormous success, much like its predecessor.

This movie got the broadest theatrical release for being a Netflix movie and was released in limited theatres. It grossed over $15 million, and fans eagerly await its sequel.

This franchise has received positive responses and various awards, including
two nominations at the 80th Golden Globe Awards. Work on the third movie is expected to begin in 2023, making it possible for the film to be released sometime in 2024. As per the updates and rumours, Rian Johnson will also be working with Daniel Craig in the coming future.

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