How The Menu Became One of the Favourite Movies of 2022

How The Menu Became One of the Favourite Movies of 2022

The Menu; a culinary thriller-comedy from Succession director; Mark Mylod, and one of the favourite movies of 2022, has arrived on Disney+ for all subscribers.

The dark thriller starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult as a couple on an exclusive dining experience is set at an exclusive restaurant based on a coastal island where Chef Julian Slowik (Ralph Fiennes) has prepared a lavish tasting menu.

How The Menu Became One of the Favourite Movies of 2022
    The Menu Director; Mark Mylod

    Released in cinemas in mid-November, The Menu marks Mylod’s return to directing after his 2011’s ‘What’s Your Number’ and has since gathered $73 million worldwide, with a reported budget of $30 million.

    Other cast includes Janet McTeer (Ozark) who plays a food critic, Hong Chau (The Whale) who plays the restaurant’s maitre d’ and John Leguizamo (John Wick) who plays an actor who is past his prime.

    How The Menu Became One of the Favourite Movies of 2022
      Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult in The Menu

      The screenplay was written by Seth Reiss, who worked on Late Night with Seth Myers for six years, and Will Tracy, who wrote several episodes of Succession and who worked on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

      The Menu is in the running for two awards (Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy for Fiennes and Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy for Taylor-Joy) at the 2023 Golden Globes, which is set to take place next week in California.

      How The Menu Became One of the Favourite Movies of 2022
        Advertisement

        Read Also: Kaleidoscope: The Dilemma of the Uncommon Heist Drama

        Share

        Leave a Reply

        Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

        Next Post

        APC Is Lost in The Past

        Wed Jan 4 , 2023
        98 The APC PCC’s fixation on Peter Obi and the Labour Party’s purported “lack of structure” is an indication that the Party is still living in the past. They haven’t woken up to the reality of Nigerians’ determination to break off the shackles of slavery and poverty placed on them […]
        The APC PCC's fixation on Peter Obi and the Labour Party's purported "lack of structure" is an indication that the Party is still living in the past. They haven't woken up to the

        You May Like

        Recent Posts

        Archives

        Categories

        Advert

        Students Fashon week advert