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Daniel Craig’s Knives Out Character ‘Obviously’ Queer

Knives might be out, but so too is Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc. The detective has been revealed to be queer, according to Knives Out director Rian Johnson.During a press conference at the London Film Festival, Johnson responded to a question about a scene in the upcoming film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.

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