Dave Bautista has been added to cast of 'Knives Out 2'.
The news comes after Netflix secured a YUGE deal to acquire the next two sequels to 'Knives Out'.
The streamer's deal with director of the original Rian Johnson and his producing partner Ram Bergman was reported to be around the $450 million mark.
Johnson will return to direct the sequel.
Cameras are set to start rolling on it this summer in Greece.
'Knives Out' hit cinemas in 2019 and proved a sleeper hit, making $311.4 million against a $40 million budget.
Led by Daniel Craig, the ensemble cast of the original included Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, Toni Collette, Lakeith Stanfield, Katherine Langford, and Christopher Plummer.
Only Craig has been confirmed to return.
He plays the charismatic detective Benoit Blanc, with a new mystery to solve in the follow-up.
Deadline broke the news of Bautista joining Craig in 'Knives Out 2'.
Plot details remain unknown, as does Bautista's role.
The wrestler-turned-actor is best known for his role in 'Guardians of the Galaxy'.
He also stars in the upcoming Netflix movie 'Army of the Dead'.
We'll have an interview with him, director Zack Snyder, and co-star Tig Notaro later this week.