Christopher Plummer discusses everything from “The Sound Of Music” to marijuana in a new interview with The Guardian.

The 88-year-old, who has been busy promoting his latest movie “Boundaries”, gets asked about his newfound viral fame after replacing Kevin Spacey in “All the Money in the World”.

He says of the stories on social media, “I have heard about these, I always chuckle. The latest one was ‘Roseanne’! Why not bring me in to play ‘Roseanne’ for the next season. I couldn’t believe this. I think it’s hilarious!”

Plummer then talks about the public’s love of “The Sound of Music”, in which he starred alongside Julie Andrews as Baron von Trapp in the 1965 flick.

“It’s extraordinary, what people want to talk about during a chance meeting. The movies I like best, no one seems to care about, that’s always the way. I suppose ‘The Sound of Music’ is the most popular role I’ve ever done, I really can’t avoid it.”

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The actor adds of people wanting him to sing tracks from the movie, “It did [drive me crazy] for a long time but I’ve made my peace with it. It annoyed the hell out of me at first. I thought, Don’t these people ever see another movie? Is this the only one they’ve ever seen?

“It doesn’t even have to be my movie, I just wanted to take them to some movies they ought to see. But I’m grateful to the film, and to Robert Wise, who’s a great director and a gentleman, and to Julie [Andrews], who’s remained a terrific friend. I must have been miserable to work with at the time because I was furious they wouldn’t let me sing.

“I’d worked on my singing for so long, but in those days, they’d have someone trained who would sing through dubbing. I said, ‘The only reason I did this bloody thing was so I could do a musical on stage on film!’”

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Plummer also discussed Jack Jaconi, the geriatric marijuana dealer he plays in “Boundaries”. However, despite his onscreen persona, the star insists he’s not a huge weed fan.

“I stuck to booze, thank you very much. Didn’t have anything to do with the drug world. I tried marijuana once – put me to sleep. I found it so boring!”

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