Dying of Angela Lansbury: the tribute of Daniel Craig – Actus Ciné
Angela Lansbury’s remaining look will likely be in Glass Onion, the sequel to Knives Out, on Netflix. Ex-James Bond Daniel Craig and director Rian Johnson have paid tribute to the late actress, finest identified for her position in Arabesque.
She could have rubbed shoulders with the world of detectives one final time earlier than leaving us. Actress Angela Lansbury, who died on October 11 at 5 days of age 97, made an look within the second installment of Knives Out.
The well-known interpreter of the novelist and detective Jessica Fletcher within the detective tv collection Arabesque – a task that earned him 4 Golden Globes – slipped into the brand new journey of detective Benoît Blanc performed by Daniel Craig in Glass Onion: a narrative at loggerheads.
Two lacking stars in Glass Onion
The ex-James Bond paid tribute to the actress, who was “in [sa] life, all [sa] life”, throughout the European press convention of the movie, offered in preview on the finish of the London movie competition:
“My favourite film was The Witch’s Apprentice. [Bedknobs and Broomsticks, en version originale, ndlr]. The truth that she is in our movie is an actual blessing. What an incredible life she’s had!”
Director Rian Johnson additionally paid tribute to Angela Lansbury but additionally to Stephen Sondheim, former Broadway star, additionally deceased and who can also be on the poster for Glass Onion. The filmmaker shared valuable moments with the 2 late actors throughout visits to their respective properties:
“Moreover the dignity of getting them within the movie, simply with the ability to spend ten minutes with every of them, telling them what their work has meant to me, was actually particular.”
Within the sequel to Rian Johnson’s Knives Out, detective Benoît Blanc travels to Greece to attempt to clear up a thriller involving a gallery of colourful suspects performed by Edward Norton,
Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista, amongst others. Glass Onion will likely be obtainable on Netflix on December 23.
“Arabesque”, the cult collection by Angela Lansbury:
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