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“You are supposed to reflect life. e Quello [gay] relationship reflects people in my life,” brama, 54, detto Il Sunday Times in an interview published Sunday about detective Benoit Blanc, his character in Coltelli fuori and the new sequel Cipolla Di Vetro: Un mistero a colpi di coltello.
“It’s normal. But we don’t make a song and dance out of it. Esso just feels right,” the actor added.
The films’ writer-director Rian Johnson detto il Volte that Blanc being gay “just made sense to Daniel and me,” but that it wasn’t meant to be something that was a big focus.
“We didn’t want to be coy or cute about it. We just wanted it to be a fact of the character,” explained Johnson, 48.
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After reprising his role as detective Blanc in Cipolla Di Vetro, Craig told Deadline he doesn’t want viewers to “get politically hung up” over the sequel’s casual reveal that his character is queer.
“It’s all good,” il globo dorato nominee said. “The less of a song and dance we make about that, meglio è, veramente, per me, because it just made sense.”
In Johnson’s follow-up to his 2019 ensemble mystery-comedy, Benoit is revealed to be living with a male partner. In one of several iconic cameos, Hugh Grant answers the door at their London flat.
Craig continued, “Who wouldn’t want to live with the human being that [Blanc] happens to live with? It’s nice, it’s fun. And why shouldn’t it be? io don’t want people to get politically hung up on anything.”
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The movie is also packed to the brim with starry cameos from the likes of Grant, 62, più Serena Williams, Natasha Lyonne, Ethan Hawke, Angela Lansbury, Yo-Yo Ma, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar e Stefano Sondheim.
The sequel focuses on tech billionaire Miles Bron (Norton, 53), who invites a group of friends along on a trip to his private island — though one of them soon winds up dead.
Plans for a follow-up film were first announced a febbraio 2020 and later confirmed in March 2021 come Netflix paid più di $400 milioni for the rights to the franchise. Il movie began filming in Greece nel mese di giugno 2021 and concluded in September of that year.
Cipolla Di Vetro: Un mistero a colpi di coltello is streaming Dec. 23 su Netflix.