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From 007 to private detective, Daniel Craig signs up for two Knives Out sequels
It looks like Daniel Craig has a new movie franchise after ending his role as James Bond.
Craig is to star in two sequels to the 2019 Knives Out crime caper, with both to stream on Netflix.
Netflix said April 1 it had bought the rights to two follow-up films that will reunite Craig with director Rian Johnson.
Knives Out, an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery, starred Craig as debonair private detective Benoit Blanc, along with a star cast including Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Evans, Don Johnson, Ana de Armas and Christopher Plummer.
Craig, 53, will make the last of five outings as British secret agent Bond in No Time To Die, which is scheduled to arrive in movie theaters in October. (Reuters)
‘Who’s going to play me?’ Boy George launches casting search for biopic
British singer Boy George launched a casting search on April 20 for an actor to portray him in a music biopic set to start filming this summer.
The Culture Club frontman, whose real name is George O’Dowd, took to social media to make the announcement.
“I’m very excited to announce the movie of my life and Culture Club, called Karma Chameleon, will be shot this summer in London and around the world,” he said in a video.
“There’s only one problem, and it’s quite major — who is going to play me? We’re looking for a brave young actor, from anywhere in the globe, to take on the role of his life.” (Reuters)
These articles were provided by The Japan Times Alpha.