Daniel Craig hams it up as a super-sleuth in murder mystery Knives Out

Daniel Craig (left) plays a famous private detective brought to help local law enforcement, played by Lakeith Stanfeld (centre) and Noah Segan, when a millionaire novelist dies under mysterious circumstances. PHOTO: ENCORE FILMS
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LOS ANGELES - Four years ago, Daniel Craig caused a stir when he admitted he was sick of playing James Bond. And even though next year's (2020) 007 film will be his last, the English star is still itching to flex his other acting muscles.

Fans will see a different side of Craig in Knives Out, a campy whodunit comedy that opens in Singapore on Nov 27, where he hams it up as a super-sleuth rather than a spy.

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