Daniel Craig admits he “flatly ignored” instructions to speak with a southern accent in Glass Onion

Daniel Craig has hilariously admitted that he “flatly ignored” instructions to speak with a Southern accent in his new film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.

The 54-year-old actor, who plays private detective Benoir Blanc in the mystery sequel, made the confession during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday.

And when asked about Angela Lansbury’s cameo in the film, he replied: “It was her very last screen appearance. She was so wild. I was a fan – Bedknobs and Broomsticks is still one of my favorite movies.’

Funny: Daniel Craig has hilariously admitted that he

Funny: Daniel Craig has hilariously admitted that he “flatly ignored” instructions to speak with a Southern accent in his new film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

He added, “There was a very small stage direction in the script that said Benoir Blanc had a subtle, lilting Southern accent, which I clearly flatly ignored!”

Speaking on whether there will be more Knives Out movies, he said, “Rian (Johnson) and I talk about it all the time and we’re going to make it as long as people are laughing and enjoying it and we’re going to walk away, if they do.’t.’

Graham also welcomed Strictly contestant Fleur East, BBC news anchor Clive Myrie, actor Sir Ian McKellen, comedian John Bishop and singer Charlie Puth.

In character: The 54-year-old actor, who plays private detective Benoir Blanc in the mystery sequel, made the confession during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday

In character: The 54-year-old actor, who plays private detective Benoir Blanc in the mystery sequel, made the confession during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday

Speaking on Strictly and their perfect results at Blackpool, Fleur said: “It’s the most iconic week of the show and to get there and do so well, especially as it was tough being in the Dance Off twice and a lot to have of sharp criticism.’

When asked about the severe curse, the Sax hitmaker – who tied the knot with longtime partner Marcel Badiane-Robin in 2019 – said: “The show has been a blessing to my marriage, it’s been amazing.

“We’ve been together for 12 years and how many times in your marriage do you dress up and look different every week and do all those sexy dances in front of your husband?

Hilarious: He said:

Hilarious: He said: “There was a very small stage direction in the script that said Benoir Blanc had a subtle, lilting Southern accent, which I clearly flatly ignored!”

Big fan: When asked about Angela Lansbury's cameo in the film, he replied:

Big fan: When asked about Angela Lansbury’s cameo in the film, he replied: “It was her very last screen appearance. she was so game

“After the Argentine tango, it was like we got married again! It was wonderful.’

Clive said of the war in Ukraine, “I was asked to go and I was like, ‘I’ve never been there and he’s not going to go in, so why not?’

“We landed and had a nice lunch, it was sunny and people were out and about and then between 6pm and 10pm the atmosphere changed completely and at 2.30am he marched in. It was extraordinary.”

Incredible: Graham also welcomed Strictly contestant Fleur East, BBC news anchor Clive Myrie (pictured), actor Sir Ian McKellen, comedian John Bishop and singer Charlie Puth

Wow! Covering the war in Ukraine, Clive said:

Incredible: Graham also welcomed Strictly contestant Fleur East, BBC news anchor Clive Myrie (pictured), actor Sir Ian McKellen, comedian John Bishop and singer Charlie Puth

What a couple! Ian (left) and John (right) caught up with Graham to chat about co-starring in West End pantomime Mother Goose

What a couple! Ian (left) and John (right) caught up with Graham to chat about co-starring in West End pantomime Mother Goose

Talented: Fleur, speaking on Strictly and her perfect results at Blackpool, said:

For real? When asked about the Strictly curse, the Sax hitmaker said,

Talented: Fleur, speaking on Strictly and her perfect results at Blackpool, said: “It’s the most iconic week of the show and to get there and score so well was incredible.”

When asked if he hosts Mastermind and if he’s concerned about his reputation as he retires from serious journalism, he said: “That’s not what I’m worried about because it’s always good to reach out to people show that you are not a robot news reader.

“I was concerned about following in the footsteps of John Humphrys and Magnus Magnusson, broadcasting talent – that was the concern.”

Ian and John joined Graham to chat about starring together in West End pantomime Mother Goose.

In his element, Charlie performed his new single

In his element, Charlie performed his new single “Loser” before meeting up with Graham to chat

Interesting: Speaking about how everyday sounds inspire him, he said

Interesting: Speaking about how everyday sounds inspire him, he said “music can be made out of anything” before demonstrating how a car ignition beep can create new music

Speaking about the lead role, Ian said: “I wanted to play a lady again and Mother Goose is a great role for a lady because she’s the center of the story.

“When I was a kid, Pantos started on Boxing Day and lasted until Easter, and they went on tour too, so I figured if we put that together we’d see if it worked. It’s really a heart project and I love it and I’m in love with John Bishop.”

John, who spoke about playing Ian’s first-ever husband on stage and asked if it was difficult as a stand-up player to share the limelight, said: “I do it like everybody else does, for the sake of it To have a chance to work with him Ian.’

Speaking about the pantomime, John added: “It’s not about Christmas, it’s about fame, money and chasing your dreams and realizing they’re not the same. Mixed in with that are some gags and vocals!’

Charlie performed his new single Loser before meeting up with Graham to chat.

Discussing how everyday sounds inspire him, he said, “Music can be made from anything,” before demonstrating how a car ignition beep can create new music, including his version of the Mastermind theme tune.

The Graham Norton Show airs on BBC One on Friday 25 November at 10.40pm. Likewise available on BBC iPlayer.

Good watch: The Graham Norton Show airs on BBC One on Friday 25 November at 10.40pm. Also available on BBC iPlayer (LR: Ian, John, Daniel, Fleur, Clive)

Good watch: The Graham Norton Show airs on BBC One on Friday 25 November at 10.40pm. Also available on BBC iPlayer (LR: Ian, John, Daniel, Fleur, Clive)

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