Daniel Craig and Chris Evans face off in new trailer for murder mystery movie Knives Out

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JAMES Bond actor Daniel Craig faces off against Captain America star Chris Evans in the heart-stopping new trailer for crime epic Knives Out.

Daniel, 51, and Chris, 28, find themselves confronting each other in the darkly comic film, which is released in the UK in November.

Daniel Craig stars as a no-nonsense detective in the dark comedy

The 007 movie veteran plays gravel-voiced detective Detective Benoit Blanc, who is called to investigate a murder where every member of a wealthy American family is a suspect.

Mega-rich crime writer Harlan Thrombey, played by Christopher Plummer, has invited his huge collection of oddball family members to his mansion to mark his 85th birthday.

However, during the party, Harlan is found dead and Detective Blanc is hired to investigate the case, Agatha Christie style.

As the black comedy rolls on, everyone in the family becomes a suspect.

Chris Evans’ bratty Ransom is suspected of killing his dad
Daniel stars alongside future Bond girl Ana De Armas
Spoilt Ransom treats the investigation like it’s a joke

That means one-on-one interrogations with Harlan’s daughter, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, and Chris as her spoilt son Ransom.

Even Ana De Armas, who is due to play a Bond girl opposite Daniel in the forthcoming 007 movie No Time To Die, appears as Harlan’s loyal nurse Marta.

Fans were delighted by the all-star trailer for the movie, which is directed by Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Rian Johnson.

One wrote: “God damn this is a phenomenal trailer, and it doesn’t even spoil anything.”

Harlan is found dead on his 85th birthday
Daniel plays a very different character to James Bond
Toni Collette’s Joni is also under suspicion of murder


Another joked: “So Basically Captain America Has Teamed Up with James Bond To Solve a Mystery Case.”

A third posted: “Who is here only To see Chris Evans and Daniel Craig together on screen?”

Knives Out is released in the UK on 29 November.


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