And we thought the smoothies in “Nine Fantastic Strangers” ended up eerie…
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Producer Adam McKay is serving up a sinister choose on generational prosperity in “.” Subsequent Oscar-nominated “Don’t Appear Up,” the mega-producer mocks the elite culinary world with the dark comedy “The Menu,” starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult as Margot and Tyler, a rich younger couple who feast on astonishing delicacies curated by a famed chef, performed by Ralph Fiennes, on a remote island.
“Succession” director and govt producer Mark Mylod helms the film, which is set to be introduced in theaters November 18 from Searchlight Photographs, positioning “The Menu” with a prime seat at the 2023 awards year desk.
The trailer displays Fiennes introducing the menu, outlining to his company that over the training course of a several several hours, diners will “ingest body fat, salt, protein, and at periods, total ecosystems.” The rich