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Entries in Death on the Nile (1)

Monday
Nov 20 2017

We're Getting More Branagh Poirot!

Chrishere.Has everyone caught up toMurder on the Orient Expressyet?For yours truly,it was set exactly in the spot in Europe thatCluelesssaid we might be "whelmed"andour Eric Blume felt the same.But that hasn't stopped audiences from turning it into a modest hit,resulting in a global take of over $150 million - and that's enough for Fox to officially kick off a mini-franchise.

The new Agatha Christie Poirot films are keeping in line with the adaptations of the 70s,so next up will beDeath on the Nile- expectEvil Under the Sunafterwards shouldNilebe a success too.Branagh is expected to return as director and star,andOrient Express's screenwriter Michael Green will be back as well.Get ready for more CGI exotic locales and modes of transportation because this one is set on a steamboat in Egypt.John Guillermin's 1978 version was an Oscar winner for Costume Design (Angela Lansbury headresses!) so let's hope for repeat opulence there as well.

But most importantly it will feature another massive cast!The aforementioned screen adaptation featured Lansbury,Bette Davis,Maggie Smith,Mia Farrow,David Niven,and Peter Ustinov's Poirot to name a few.It wouldn't be too confusing to have Michelle Pfeifer return,would it?What famous faces do you want to see in Branagh's next ensemble mystery?