Janelle Monae working with Hollywood megastars not influenced by stars

Janelle Monae doesn't get swayed by the big names on a movie set.

The 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' actress Daniel Craig appears in Rian Johnson's whodunit sequel alongside Edward Norton, Kathryn Hahn, Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista, but she wasn't surprised to work with so many famous faces  .

Asked if he ever found himself in awe of his castmates, he told the 'Smallzy's Surgery' podcast: "Listen, we all had to do one thing.

"Obviously I'm a fan of everyone in this movie, but I think once I really got to know them and saw them, they became my friends. I felt safe and I could talk about different things."  I  felt excited to try.

"You just trust each other more, and you just go for it. You have a great time making a movie with great people who just happen to be celebrities—actors, actors."

The 36-year-old singer - who has transitioned into acting with roles like 'Homecoming', 'Antebellum' and Disney's remake of 'Lady and the Tramp' - also stressed that there is no difference between people working in different branches.  There is no real difference.  Of the entertainment world.

She explained: "People are people, you know what I mean? As someone who makes music and acts, just tells stories in different ways – people are people.

 "You catch people at a good time in their lives, sometimes you catch them at a bad time.

"You just give people grace, and you just let them be people, and don't give them any special treatment because of what they've done, or who they are. Meet them where they need you."

When It Comes To Her Role In The 'Knives Out Sequel,' Janelle Admits That While She Enjoys "Problem Solving" And Even Hosts Murder Mysteries At Her Home, She  Not for riddles.

Janelle Monae working with Hollywood megastars not influenced by stars
 
She said: "I like problem solving – although I'm not a puzzle person. If you put a thousand-piece puzzle in front of me, I'd just say what's going on?

“But I love the genre, I love the murder mystery genre, I love the whodunit genre. I love what Rian Johnson has done in this genre.

"I think he's innovating, I think he's modernizing. He's looking to the past but focusing on the present with modernizing his characters. My character, honestly,  A dream role."

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