'DEATH ON THE NILE'
TO COME AFTER ORIENT EXPRESS
While Murder on the Orient Express is currently tripling its budget at the worldwide box office (it already earned more than $150 million in just
ten days and it cost only $50 million), the same team is planning on doing Agatha Christie's DEATH ON THE NILE next and Kenneth Branagh is expected to return both as the director and as Hercule Poirot at least as Hollywood Reporter writes today. He will be travelling again, not on a train, but this time on a river cruise. Scriptwriter Michael Green is also returning.
|It's one of Agatha's best selling mysteries|
Published in 1937, three years after Orient Express as one of Christie's most popular novels, it also features rich socialites and their help in the story which sees the detective on a vacation in Egypt where he becoms involved in a love triangle gone murderously bad!
'PAUL, APOSTLE OF CHRIST'
JIM CAVIEZEL TEASER IS HERE!
|Jim Caviezel and James Faulkner lead the cast|