Knives Out 2 Updated Cast

After delivering the polarizing Star Wars: The Last Jedi to the public, filmmaker Rian Johnson turned his attention to a mystery tale that he’d first thought up over a decade: Knives Out. The whodunit flick, which saw Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc investigating a prosperous, yet dysfunctional family about the death of its patriarch, hit theaters in November 2019 and was a critical and commercial hit. So unsurprisingly, Knives out 2 were officially announced just a few months later. and now we’re learning who will make up the cast of the sequel that Johnson returned to write and direct.

Before going further, it should be noted that if you were expecting Knives Out 2 to involve the Thrombey family again, toss those hopes aside. Benoit Blanc will investigate a new mystery featuring an assortment of new colorful characters. So let’s go over who’s participating in this latest caper, starting with the man who anchors what’s now a film series.

Dave Bautista has been cast in the sequel to “Knives Out.”

He joins Daniel Craig, who’s iridescent Detective Benoit Blanc propelled the first movie to box office glory, in an undisclosed role. Plot details for the follow-up have been kept under wraps, though it’s expected to enlist another A-list cast to anchor a soapy murder mystery. It’s unclear if any other stars from the original ensemble will be returning.

Kathryn Hahn looks to have found another fun role where the character may also be keeping some sort of secret. Sources tell Deadline, Hahn is set to join Daniel Craig in knives out 2.

The cast of Knives Out’s sequel just got bigger with the addition of Edward Norton. The news of Norton’s casting comes a day after another major name, Dave Bautista, was reported to have joined the sequel.

Plot details are unknown at this time other than Craig returning to solve another mystery revolving around a large cast of suspects. It is also unknown who Monae will be playing in the pic. Production is set to start this summer in Greece.

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