The late Angela Lansbury's cameo in Danielle Craig's newest film, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, makes her feel "extremely blessed."

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The actress from Murder, She Wrote, who passed away last week at the age of 96, made her final on-screen appearance in Rian Johnson's newest mystery, which stars Craig as Detective Benoit Blanc.

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Craig responded when questioned about her posthumous cameo during the press conference for the movie on Sunday at the London Film Festival: "My entire life, Angela Lansbury has been there.

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In particular, Bedknobs and Broomsticks is my favorite film.

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What a wonderful life she led, and how fortunate we were to have her."

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The late composer Stephen Sondheim, who passed away in November 2021, also makes a cameo appearance in the movie.

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He and Lansbury both appear on a Zoom conversation as versions of themselves with Craig's character Benoit.

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The writer/director Johnson described him as "very generous and compassionate."

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"Oh my god, do you think any of them would ever do that?," we said.

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They were both wonderful, and Angela was a lot of fun, so we weren't expecting them to act in that way.

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