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Check out Daniel Craig’s new look for ‘Wake Up Dead Man: A Knives Out Mystery’

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The first image of Daniel Craig from the upcoming third Knives Out film has been shared online – scroll down to check it out.

Wake Up Dead Man: A Knives Out Mystery was announced last month and is set to go into production shortly. It is slated for a 2025 release and will be the follow-up to 2022’s Glass Onion.

The film will see Craig return as the private detective Benoit Blanc for the third time, and now the first glimpse of the new-look Blanc has been revealed. In the black-and-white image, Blanc stands proud in an expensive suit, complete with long, parted hair. See it below:

Daniel Craig as Benoit Blanc in ‘Wake Up Dead Man: A Knives Out Mystery’. CREDIT: Rian Johnson

Jeremy Renner was added to the already loaded cast in recent weeks, joining the likes of Glenn Close, Kerry WashingtonAndrew Scott, Josh O’Connor (Challengers) and Caile Spaeny (Priscilla).

Rian Johnson will once again return as writer and director. Plot details are yet to be revealed but in a teaser shared by Johnson in May, Blanc states the film will feature its “most dangerous case yet”.

“I love everything about whodunits, but one of the things I love most is how malleable the genre is,” Johnson wrote on social media before announcing the threequel’s title. “There’s a whole tonal spectrum from Carr to Christie, and getting to explore that range is one of the most exciting things about making Benoit Blanc movies.”

He continued: “We’re about to go into production on the 3rd one, and I’m very, very excited to share the title, which gives a little hint of where it’s going.”

Shortly after Renner’s announcement, several Knives Out fans took to social media to state they believed they’d worked out the mystery of Wake Up Dead Man already.

“Judging by the history of other Marvel actors playing Knives Out villains he definitely did it,” referring to the casting of Chris Evans (Knives Out) and Edward Norton (Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery) as villains in their respective instalments. Evans portrayed Captain America in several Marvel Cinematic Universe films, while Norton starred as the titular superhero in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk.

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