Daniel Craig: Dialect training for "Knives Out 2"

Daniel Craig (54) spent months preparing for "Knives Out 2" with a dialect coach.

Daniel Craig: Dialect training for "Knives Out 2"

Daniel Craig (54) spent months preparing for "Knives Out 2" with a dialect coach. Since filming the surprise hit of 2019, the Brit had forgotten his character Benoit Blanc's southern accent. He admitted this to Empire magazine. And since he didn't want to fabricate a pure imitation of himself, he practiced the right slang four months before shooting began. "I wanted to make it as grounded and grounded in reality as possible," Craig said.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on December 23, 2022. Daniel Craig's eccentric private detective Benoit Blanc is set to take center stage this time. In the first part, the southern snooper was more aside from the action. This time he doesn't meet East Coast snobs, but a billionaire from the tech scene, played by Edward Norton (53).

The challenge with the sequel is not to repeat yourself. "How the heck can we revisit something that captured people's imaginations and got them talking about crime fiction again without it becoming a rip-off of himself?" Craig asked Empire.

He gives the answer himself. His experience as James Bond helps him. After all, he had to reinvent the character 007 for every film. "I've spent the last 15 years of my life doing this in a franchise, so I'm not afraid of it." He trusts Rian Johnson, the author and director of both "Knives Out" films, blindly. "If you have the right people with you, you can do it. Rian is a brilliant writer and doesn't want to repeat himself".

As a flawless crime thriller, "Knives Out" was a surprising success at the box office. Netflix secured the rights to two sequels.

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