On December 29, 2022, the official Netflix Film Twitter account dropped something funny for “Glass Onion” fans. It provided a link to a 3D virtual tour of Miles Bron’s (Edward Norton) island where viewers could learn everything that went into making it a reality. Rian Johnson himself answered to the post, writing, “This is pretty cool – and brings to life the beautiful work of our production designer, Rick Heinrichs. Also, I want a Myst-style game set on the island.” For those who don’t know, Myst is a point-and-click mystery puzzle game developed by brothers Rand and Robyn Miller and first gained importance in the 1990s.
In response to Johnson’s tweet, numerous people from across the internet expressed their mutual interest in a Glass Onion video game. “GET IN GAME DESIGNER! I will buy ten copies,” he wrote @woodgrainbeaniewith @lavalampbamboo Set up a Knives Out FMV (Full Motion Video) game. In the meantime, @zoemossart just wants to see Johnson direct a Myst cinematic adaptation, commenting, “I just want to live in the reality that we’re getting the Rian Johnson Myst movie why hasn’t it happened yet (So great that you are a Myst fan! ).” It’s hard to deny how intriguing all of these ideas are, so one can only hope that at least one of them will come to fruition.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is currently streaming on Netflix.