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Daniel Craig (53) conquers the Netflix charts as master detective Benoit Blanc

With a license to laugh

As the quirky master detective Benoit Blanc, Daniel Craig thrills fans worldwide on Netflix and at the same time is able to free himself from his Bond image.


Bond who? 007 actor Daniel Craig stormed the Netflix charts worldwide as detective Benoit Blanc in “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”.


Patricia BroderEditor People

It’s the streaming hit of the holidays: Within just three days, the new Netflix crime comedy “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” with ex-007 actor Daniel Craig (54) was viewed by the US streaming giant in more than 30 million households . Between December 23 and 25, 35 million views were counted (82.1 million streamed hours, i.e. viewing hours, divided by 2.3 hours of running time), as the company announced on Tuesday evening. In countries like the USA, Germany and also Switzerland, the crime comedy is currently leading the charts.

Puzzles in Agatha Christie style

In the star-studded sequel to the surprise hit “Knives Out” (2019) by author and director Rian Johnson (49), Daniel Craig slips back into the role of the odd detective Benoit Blanc. For his latest case, the American is traveling to Greece in the midst of the corona pandemic. Tech billionaire Miles Bron (Edward Norton) has invited a handful of his longtime friends to his private island for a murder mystery weekend. The group is supposed to find out who is responsible for Miles’ fake death – but it quickly becomes clear: The game becomes reality, and so the events develop into a fast-paced “Who did it?” puzzle in the best Agatha Christie manner. In addition to Daniel Craig and Edward Norton, other superstars such as Kate Hudson (43), Ethan Hawke (52), Hugh Grant (62) and tennis star Serena Williams (41) can be seen.

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