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Liverpool condemn fans for homophobic chants aimed at Chelsea
Liverpool have condemned supporters who sang homophobic chants aimed at Chelsea during Saturday's Premier League match at Anfield. Last week, Jurgen Klopp urged supporters to put an end to the offensive chants after Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour, on loan at Norwich, was targeted with the words 'Chelsea rent boy' during Liverpool's 3-0 win at Carrow Road on August 14.
Daniel Craig can see a long future for the 'Knives Out' franchise.
The 'James Bond' actor is set to return as Detective Benoit Blanc in two sequels to Rian Johnson's 2019 whodunnit after Netflix agreed a big-money deal for the rights and hinted that he could play the sleuth for years to come.
Speaking at a BAFTA: A Life In Pictures event, Daniel said: "I talked to Rian the other day; we've got this crazy deal with Netflix, that's great. I said, 'What's beyond that?'; he said, 'Do you want to do another one?' And I was like, 'Yeah, if you will.'
"As long as we get the ideas, we'll figure it out; and as long as we're excited by it, and think other people will be excited about it, we'll keep doing it."
Alicia Keys releasing Girl On Fire graphic novel
Alicia Keys is releasing a graphic novel titled ‘Girl on Fire’ in March next year, which will be based on her hit 2012 single of the same name.The 40-year-old singer has announced plans to put out the graphic novel, which will be based on her 2012 hit single by the same name, on March 1 next year.
Daniel kept quiet about 'Knives Out 2' but did confirm that it will involve Blanc taking on a different case from the first film.
He said: "It's a Benoit Blanc mystery but it's different."
The 53-year-old actor also revealed that he is "involved" in discussions with the director about who joins him in the cast for each movie – with the new flick also set to star Dave Bautista, Kate Hudson and Leslie Odom Jr.
Daniel said: "Rian's really good at casting.
"I'm involved in the sense that we always talk about the process, and certainly where we go with the next one."
However, the actor did confirm that work on a third movie will not be starting any time soon.
Craig said: "We're a long way off doing that – we're throwing ideas around."
Jamie Clayton to play Pinhead in new Hellraiser film .
Jamie Clayton has been cast as 'Pinhead' in the new take on 'Hellraiser' that is set to be released in 2022.The 43-year-old actress has been cast in the Spyglass reimagining of the 1980s horror classic which has been described as a "loyal, yet evolved" take on the 1987 movie based on Clive Barker's novel 'The Hellbound Heart'.