The scene in question is a brief but enjoyable window into Benoit Blanc’s domestic life, which he shares with a man seemingly accustomed to the odd behaviors that accompany his trademark genius. Blanc. We won’t spoil the actor who plays Benoit Blanc’s partner, but it’s an interesting cameo. Have some the ambiguity of their relationship in “Glass Onion” itself, compounded by Benoit’s beau calling him “Blanc” rather than by his first name. However, it turns out that it was just an adorable episode of their relationship.
“Yes, obviously he is,” replied Rian Johnson firmly when asked if Benoit Blanc was gay or “Glass Onion” was merely making a bit of a joke. As mentioned above, “Glass Onion” has a very tight plot, and almost every second of the film is tied to the central mystery rather than the details or subplots, so we’re just cool. It’s best to look out the window of Benoit’s life when he’s not solving mysteries. . But with another sequel already released, with support from Netflix, hopefully we haven’t seen the final installment of Benoit Blanc’s home life.
“Glass Onion” will have a week in theaters in the US from November 23 to 29, 2022, before coming to Netflix on December 23, 2022.
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