Daniel Craig is the main character in Luca Guadagnino’s adjustment of the 1985 novel Queer as Folk

According to Time limit, Daniel Crag has officially signed on to play the titular role in Luc Guadagnino’s coming movie version of the 1983 novel Queer.

The 55-year-old performer will play William Lee, a self conscious and unconfident personality who retells his life in Mexico City as he seeks an expelled American Nav military member named Eugen Allerton.

Upon leaving the Bond franchise, the actor has recently spoken out about the legendary spy, revealing that he proposed his character’s fate after the 2007 premiere of Casino Royale.

The Knives Out actor would then play Lee, who finds and pursues an expelled American Navy military member named Allerton, who is premised on the author’s friend, Lewis Markr.

As per Deadline, William S. Burroughs’ novel was released in 1986, but it was actually written among 1952 and 1954.

Queer was written as a follow-up to Burroughs’ book Junkie, which was released in 1954.

Justin Kuritkes, who wrote the screenplay for Luc Guadagnino’s forthcoming sporting events comedy Chalengers, starring Zendya, will pen the movie script.

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