Daniel Craig is back onscreen in Rian Johnson’s “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” and just in case you haven’t paid attention to the finer details of this sequel, his detective character Benoit Blanc is now openly gay. So, let’s all raise a glass to the former James Bond doing that again as he moves onto his next starring role in Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming adaptation of the William S. Burroughs novel “Queer.” Written in the early 1950s but not published until 1985, “Queer” is the semi-autobiographical novel about a gay U.S. ex-pat in Mexico City. A follow-up to Burroughs’ “Junkie,” it’s more or less about Burrough’s own experience of getting off heroin. Craig is, of course, no stranger to gay roles, having played queer in the ’90s indie drama “Love Is the Devil” before he was an A-lister. No other casting news or production information for this one just yet, but there’ll be more to come soon.