What is the Release Date of ‘The Menu’ on the OTT Platform?

The Menu Ott Release Date: The Menu is an American dark comedy horror movie that will be released in 2022. It is directed by Mark Mylod, written by Seth Reiss and Will Tracy, based on an original story by Tracy, and produced by Adam McKay, Betsy Koch, and Will Ferrell. Ralph Fiennes plays a famous chef, and Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, Hong Chau, Janet McTeer, Reed Birney, Judith Light, and John Leguizamo also make appearances as customers at his fancy restaurant.

The international premiere of The Menu took place on September 10, 2022, during the Toronto International Film Festival, and the film was released in the United States by Searchlight Pictures on November 18, 2022. Despite only having a $30 million budget, the picture was a financial success, earning over $73 million around the world.

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The Menu Ott Release Date

Disney+ Hotstar has acquired the rights to distribute ‘The Menu’ via over-the-top (OTT) streaming services. On January 4, 2023 (the first Wednesday of the New Year), the film will become available for online viewing.

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The Menu Cast and Crew

Some of the actors in the film include Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, Hong Chau, Janet McTeer, John Leguizamo, and Reed Birney. Will Tracy and Seth Reiss are the authors of The Menu. The author, like the author of the song, is Will Tracy.

The Menu was directed by Mark Mylod and produced by Adam McKay, Betsy Koch, and Will Ferrell. Produced by Hyperobject Industries, Gary Sanchez Productions, and TSG Entertainment. To put it simply, Colin Stetson composes music. Peter Deming also serves as the film’s cinematographer.

The Menu Plot

Margot Mills and her date Tyler take a boat to the secluded island where Hawthorne, owned and maintained by star chef Julian Slowik, is located. Food critic Lillian, her editor Ted, rich couple Richard and Anne, former movie star George and his secretary Felicity, business colleagues Soren, Dave, and Bryce, and Julian’s alcoholic mother round out the dinner’s guest list. Elsa, the restaurant’s Maître d’hôtel, gives the party a tour of the island and reveals that Margot was not Tyler’s planned visitor.

As dinner progresses, Julian begins a series of unnerving speeches regarding each course he serves. In the course of the evening, usually prompted by Julian and the staff’s introductions and meals, secrets about each visitor are slowly disclosed, ranging from affairs to money laundering, amid discussion satirizing class disparities, climate change, misogyny, and capitalistic exploitation.


After the fourth course, one of the staff members murders himself in front of the diners, while another slice off Richard’s ring finger as he tries to flee. When the fourth dish is served, the restaurant’s main backer and Soren, Dave, and Bryce’s employer are drowned right in front of the customers. Throughout the night, Julian encourages guests to try to flee, but he always has the crew there to bring them back.

Julian explains that everyone who attended was invited because they were either responsible for his loss of interest in his work or profited from exploiting the labor of artisans and workers like himself and his crew. Everyone here tonight will be dead by morning, he says. Because Margot’s appearance was unexpected, Julian offers her the option of dying in private with the servants or in front of the visitors.

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