Knives Out is an American mystery and adventure movies. The film released on November 27, 2019. Rian Johnson is the writer and director of the movie. Knives Out became a complete hit on its release. It obtained 97% on Rotten Tomatoes. Apart from the remarkable ratings, the movie also won many honors. The American Film Institute and the National Board of Review rated the film as one of the top 10 movies of 2019.
Knives Out also received nominations for Best Motion Picture, Best Actor for Craig, and Best Actress at the 77th Golden Globe Awards. According to the recent reports, the movie got renewed for the sequel in 2020. Let’s find out the latest updates on the upcoming second part of Knives Out.
Knives Out Plot:
Benoit Blanc is the lead of the story. The movie starts with the death of a wealthy crime novelist, Harlan Thrombey. He mysteriously dies after he invited his family to his mansion to celebrate his 85th birthday. The police believe that it is a murder, not a suicide. They hire a private detective, Benoit Blanc to investigate the death of Harlan Thrombey. Blanc in his investigation learns that the relationship, between Harlan and his family, were not good. He finds out that Harlan had some or the other issue with each family member.
Martha, the caretaker of Harlan, accepts that she gave him an overdose of morphine, by accident. She couldn’t find the antidote on time. According to her, to save his family from scrutiny, Harlan slit his own throat. Everything becomes complicated. With each scene, something new and unexpected comes up.
Knives Out 2:
The producers of the movie renewed the title for the second part in February 2020. Although, the release date of the movie is still unannounced. However, we are expecting the sequel of the movie to come out in early 2021.
Knives Out Cast:
- Christopher Plummer as Harlan Thrombey
- Ana de Armas as Marta Cabrera
- Daniel Craig as Benoit Blanc
- Chris Evans as Hugh Ransom Drysdale
- Jamie Lee Curtis as Linda Drysdale
- Michael Shannon as Walt Thrombey
- Don Johnson as Richard Drysdale
- Toni Collette as Joni Thrombey
- Lakeith Stanfield as Detective Lieutenant Elliott
- Katherine Langford as Meg Thrombey
- Jaeden Martell as Jacob Thrombey