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Jamie Lee Curtis offers update on 'Knives Out' characters

Jamie Lee Curtis attends the world premiere of Knives Out at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2019. Curtis jokingly explained why her character and several others wouldn't appear in the sequels. File Photo by Chris Chew/UPI
Jamie Lee Curtis attends the world premiere of "Knives Out" at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2019. Curtis jokingly explained why her character and several others wouldn't appear in the sequels. File Photo by Chris Chew/UPI | License Photo

April 3 (UPI) -- Knives Out star Jamie Lee Curtis offered on Instagram her idea of what members of the Thrombey family are doing since they won't be appearing in the planned sequels to the film.

"To clear up any rumors, the Thrombey family is in family counseling and the therapist suggested they stay away from Benoit Blanc in the future," Curtis wrote Friday.

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"Linda was fine as she kicked her loafer wearing prick of a husband, sorry @donjohnson to the curb. The rest of them are hustling. Ransom is apparently in the knitting sweater business, a new skill he picked up in the slammer. Joni has some vaginal scented bath bomb, Walt is self publishing his memoir. NONE of us will be joining Mr. Blanc in Greece. As the family spokesperson we wish the filmmakers all our best in their new venture."

Knives Out was a 2019 mystery dramedy about wealthy novelist, Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer,) and his scheming relatives. Curtis played his daughter, Linda, and Daniel Craig played private detective Benoit Blanc.

The cast also included Don Johnson, Michael Shannon, Chris Evans, Toni Collette and Ana de Armas.

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The film's writer-director, Rian Johnson, is working with Netflix on two sequels with Blanc at the center.

Plummer died in February at the age of 91.

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