Daniel Craig describes working with Queen Elizabeth as "very lucky"

Cast member Daniel Craig poses for a picture with a fan as he attends the world premiere of "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada September 10, 2022. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio

Daniel Craig stated during the international premiere of "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" that he was "very lucky" to have worked with Queen Elizabeth, who passed away on Thursday.

Craig stated on the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival, "I was just very lucky to be part of something, the Olympics, and to get to work with her on something that I think a lot of people enjoyed and liked and laughed at,"

Rian Johnson, writer and director credited Agatha Christie, the "queen of murder mysteries Agatha Christie," as the source of inspiration for the entire series.

The fact that "Knives Out" grossed more than $300 million at the worldwide box office indicates that fans like Johnson's interpretation of a whodunit. Johnson stated that he hopes the sequel would "scratch the same itch"

"It feels contemporary and modern. It deals with difficulties we face on a daily basis "explained producer Ram Bergman. "Studios and filmmakers, for whatever reason, thought no one was interested (in the genre), but actually people are."

Southern detective Benoit Blanc (Craig) attempts to investigate a new case, this time on an island in Greece in "Glass Onion" In Greece, Craig meets a cast of eccentric personalities portrayed by Kate Hudson, Kathryn Hahn, Edward Norton, Leslie Odom Jr., and Janelle Monáe, among others.

The actors were tight-lipped about the narrative because they did not want to provide any surprises, but Kate Hudson expressed how much she enjoyed playing Birdie Jay.

"It was like putting on a different skin and I really loved every second of it."

Publish : 2022-09-11 07:13:00

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