The thrilling tales of Agatha Christie is going to make a comeback on the big screen with "Death on the Nile".
Michael Green, the screenwriter for Murder on the Orient Express has been hired for the follow up, however, director/star Kenneth Branagh has yet to sign on - all though he is indeed expected to return and has already expressed his interest in adapting the book.
Just 11 days after the film adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel, Murder on the Orient Express, hit theaters, Twentieth Century Fox is ready to take on another Hercule Poirot detective mystery, mustachios and all.
Less than a month after Kenneth Branagh's star-studded adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express pulled in to United Kingdom cinemas, Fox have already lined up a sequel.Читайте также: Natalie Portman opens up about her own sexual harassment incidents
Murder on the Orient Express has performed solidly at box office with $50 million domestically and another $100 million internationally.
The original Death on the Nile story was released in 1937, three years after Murder on the Orient Express' publication. But this time, Poirot embarks on an Egyptian riverboat cruise and finds himself in the middle of a love triangle gone wrong. Murder on the Orient Express, as the title indicates, is about a murder that occurs on a train. But aside from Kenneth Brangah reprising Hercule Poirot, its cast will be packed with new faces.
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