- “Glass Onion” star Daniel Craig didn’t want to make a “song and dance” of Benoit Blanc’s weirdness.
- Last month, director Rian Johnson confirmed that the character is gay.
- Craig said that he did not want viewers to be “politically confused” about it.
Daniel Craig Said he didn’t want to make a big issue out of Benoit Blanc’s sexuality “Knives Out” Sequel So that people don’t get “politically hung up” on it.
last month, reported during a press conference for “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” at the London Film Festival, director Rian Johnson confirmed that lead character Benoit Blanc (Craig) is gay. The film opening in theaters on Wednesday has one Special scene that indicates Blanc is living with a man.
In a new interview with DeadlineCraig stated that he was fine with the plot point being revealed at the festival, despite his dislike for spoilers.
“The less song and dance we make about that, the better, really, to me, because it just makes sense,” he said. “And also, as I said in LFF, who wouldn’t want to be with the person they live with? It’s cool, it’s fun. And why shouldn’t it be? I don’t want people to judge for anything. But be politically hung.”
“Glass Onion” follows Benoît Blanc as he is invited to participate in a murder mystery game on a gorgeous Greek island. He is joined by several new characters played by A Star-studded cast including Edward Norton, Kate Hudson, Kathryn Hahn, Dave Bautista, Leslie Odom Jr., and Janelle Monae.
Madeline Cline, who recently starred in the film told people was “a little freaky” in the bathroom after that Meeting his famous co-stars for the first time.
Kline said, “Daniel had everyone over at his villa for dinner, and it was nice because it brought everyone together.” “I was nervous because I knew them [as] The characters that he has played, but I don’t know him. I was a little paranoid when I first met everyone. I had to go to the bathroom and I said, ‘You’re good, you’re good.’ And then from there it was just a good time.”
“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” is in theaters now.