Ed Norton’s Glass Onion character Miles Bronn is said to bear an eerie resemblance to Elon Musk, but Rian Johnson says it’s all a coincidence.
Glass Onion: A Knife Out Mystery It is currently at the top of Netflix’s movie charts, alongside its predecessor knife out It’s in the second closest position. With the popularity of the sequel, many fans have jumped to her social media, questioning the resemblance between Ed’s Norton character Miles Bronn and billionaire Elon her mask. But according to director Rian Johnson, the similarities between the fictional tech tycoon and the real-life tech tycoon are wholly unintentional. Johnson commented on his Wired:
“There are a lot of general things about that kind of tech billionaire. [Glass Onion]But apparently it has an almost uncanny relevance to the very present moment. And it’s kind of a horrible, horrible accident, right? The intention was to accurately reflect where our heads have been in the middle of the cultural sphere for the past six years. It’s a pretty nightmare carnival, now a reality inflated like Fellini. ”
Of course, that’s what the story is for glass onion It was written before Elon Musk’s recent acquisition of Twitter, and Johnson revealed that Norton’s character was nothing more than a typical interpretation of a modern-day billionaire. For those willing to believe there was a more intentional connection, his explanation probably won’t stop the rumors from continuing to circulate.
Glass Onion defied a potential rival to Knives Out.
Many sequels don’t live up to expectations, but it certainly didn’t happen glass onionThe limited theatrical release of the film surprised everyone by bringing in a hefty estimated $15 million from less than 700 theaters. Netflix has not confirmed exact figures for when the film will be released, but it was clear that there was a lot of interest in the film, following its Netflix debut which attracted about 35 million households.
Speaking of word of mouth, glass onion There has been an almost unanimously positive response from both critics and audiences, who have largely endorsed Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc and are eager for his third lawsuit. We’ll have to wait a bit, but Johnson recently revealed that he’s begun working on a script for an as-yet-untitled show. knife out 3.
“It’s a very strange time because I’ve just started writing my next mystery film. It’s going to take a few years to come out, and God only knows what the landscape will look like at that point.” It might be a silly errand trying to guess where we’re going next.”
Johnson’s comments on “Landscape” glass onioncould have made a lot more money had it been given a wider release. I don’t know yet. knife out 3 As Johnson says, that could change a lot in the next few years.