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Unearthing hidden Easter eggs in movies, TV series, teasers, and trailers usually takes a bit of digging and digging.
Self-proclaimed “gentleman sleuth” Rian Johnson will have none of it.
Director of the future Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mysterywho has Colombo (if not, be sure to look it up) as a background on Twitter, went ahead and literally gave fans an Easter egg — actually, even better, it’s an egg from Niantic’s Pokémon Go , though most of those who responded to Ryan’s post compared it to Yoshi from Nintendo.
Johnson accompanied the photo with one word, actually a question: “Oh?”
As a little background, in case you haven’t put the pieces together yet, “Glass Onion” is also the title of a self-referential, weird, and very funny song by The Beatles in which they poke fun at some of the silliness of their songs and the emotions that inspired their titles.
You could say that the song itself is one long singing Easter egg.
We’re pretty sure there’s a rhyme and reason to naming Johnson under Daniel Craig Knives away continuation Glass bowand there are probably layers and real hidden easter eggs throughout the film that we will definitely be looking for.
Fans must have noticed Yoshi hatching from the egg and shared their love for the character and Johnson.
And some are ready for Johnson to direct a Yoshi or Pokemon movie or even a Yoshi Pulls Knives mystery.
And one fan rocked our minds and hearts with a two-word tweet that simply read “Grog egg.” Oh, for him to return to Star Wars universe for some Mando-Grogu action.
Johnson was quick to post a follow-up to the eggy tweet the very first teaser trailer for Glass bowas well as a movie poster featuring just Craig, a suitcase, and lots of open water and hills in the background.
And… there may be many more Knives away stories to come after this and the already booked third film he’s already gearing up for? Or just what else there is Glass bow material he will release before the film’s release? It’s hard to tell from his cryptic tweet, which showed his joy at the whole thing Glass bow.
“Couldn’t be more proud of this cast, crew and film… much, much more to come,” he tweeted.
As we previously reported, Glass bow will make its debut at the 47th Toronto International Film Festival, which will be held from September 8 to 18. 23, 2022. The film will then have a limited release in theaters in November before arriving on Netflix on December 23 of this year.