If you think Daniel Craig is having a hard time now that his reign as James Bond is coming to an end, you might wanna check again, as he has now signed a major deal for the two upcoming Knives Out films.
The rights of the successful film were recently acquired by Netflix, after the streaming platform reportedly purchased the next sequels for $450 million, with Daniel earning more than $100 million in total portraying the beloved Detective Benoit Blanc.
It was also reported that Rian Johnson, the director of the first film will be coming back to continue the storyline, earning another $100 million from the incredible deal.
But also because the amazing script was created by Rian Johnson, inspired by the iconic mystery novels of Agatha Christie, even earning an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay.
However there’s not many details about the next movies, with Rian stating that he is “starting with a blank page,” and he still needs to “come up with a title.”
Since he doesn’t want to keep calling it a sequel, especially because it’s going to be “Daniel Craig with a totally new cast.”