Derol from ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ explained

It was set to be a decadent weekend for the elite, so wealthy and powerful that they escaped fears and the COVID-19 pandemic, to party on a private island in Greece. There, tech billionaire Miles Bron (Edward Norton) has developed a methodically planned crime game under the semblance of the title Glass Onion. All guests are invited to the twisted fun. Just ignore Derol.

Written and directed by Rian Johnson, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is just as packed with clues and red herrings as its hit predecessor. But even as the complicated case comes to an end, you might be wondering about Miles Bron’s party banger Derol. Ready to solve this riddle?

What was Derol doing in glass onion?

On one level, Derol is a running joke. As Miles waxes poetic about the glorious exclusivity his wealth has brought him, a suspected couch surfer, referred to only as Derol, wanders in. Throughout the film, Derol shows up to pierce a scene’s wealthy smugness or hang out with the world’s top detective, Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig).

And sure, it’s funny. Johnson using knife out and its sequel, which satirizes the absurdities of America’s one percent, Derol might even call another mockery of this lavish lifestyle: the happy follower. BoJack Horseman had todd. OJ Simpson had Kato Kaelin. Miles Bron has Derol. With every prosperous rise, a little sluggish dude must fall.

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But those confusions aside, Derol is an Easter egg for longtime Johnson fans.

Derol is the cameo appearance of Noah Segan.

Noah Segan attends Netflix US Premiere of


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Segan has appeared in over 70 films and television shows and is a prolific performer. He also appears in each of Rian Johnson’s feature films. Sometimes if you blink you’ll miss him, like with his uncredited cameo in the breaking Bad Episode “Ozymandias” – which, of course, was directed by Johnson.

It all started with Johnson’s feature film debut in 2005 brick, an indie neo-noir in which Segan played a bad boy rival to Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s teenage detective. For Johnson’s second work The Bloom brothers, Segan landed a small role as The Duke. in the Science fiction westerns grinder, in which Gordon-Levitt faced Bruce Willis, Segan played a snarling enemy named child blue. To this day, that’s Segans Twitter handle.

At Johnson’s Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi, You might recognize Segan as X-wing pilot Stomeroni Starck. Then in knife outhe played Soldier Wagner, the overzealous cop working with LaKeith Stanfield’s strict Lieutenant Elliott. And now Segan returns to the Benoit Blanc Cinematic Universe as a new character, hidden behind a bushy beard and casual chic.

Over the years, Segan’s cameos have become part of the director’s signature, even as Johnson rose through the ranks of Hollywood – much like Sam Raimi works in performances by his old pal Bruce Campbell (who starred in Raimi’s cult classic The bad death). Such loyalty is winning outside of the movies, and also makes for a fun nod to the fans.

Longtime Johnson admirers should keep their eyes peeled for the character actor with the charmingly crooked grin. And when Segan officially launched his own directing career with a vignette in the horror anthology horror package and the vampire comedy blood relatives (whom Shudder meets on Nov. 22) Johnson has shown some help, earning a “thank you” in the credits from everyone.

If you really want a challenge, you can check out the cameo by Joseph Gordon-Levitt glass onion?

The glass onion is in theaters November 23-29, then comes to Netflix on December 23.

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Zack Zwiezen

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