No Foul Play Here: Knives Out’s Success Is A Happy Accident, According To Daniel Craig

Which, honestly, is brilliant. And yet, it borrows directly from the Agatha Christie playbook, where crime solvers like Hercule Poirot or Miss Marple find themselves in fresh predicaments. By moving Blanc from movie to movie, it means that Craig gets to interact with all new players who can plug into Rian Johnson’s sandbox and try out his rhythms and pacings. It worked extremely well for the likes of Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Ana de Armas and Chris Evans. Who can it work for next?

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