an oriental!

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On set of Murder on the Orient Express

Twentieth Century Fox Film is working on a follow-up to “Murder on the Orient Express,” developing Agatha Christie’s “Death on the Nile.“

The studio has hired “Orient Express” screenwriter Michael Green to return for "Death on the Nile.” It has not yet signed a deal with Kenneth Branagh, but he is expected to return to the director’s chair and reprise his role of the mustachioed Belgian detective Hercule Poirot.

Murder on the Orient Express has grossed $148.2 million worldwide since its release last month. When EW visited the U.K. set earlier this year, Branagh made it clear that he would be happy to return to the role of the brilliant detective Poirot, were his film to strike a chord with audiences. “I would be thrilled, I must say,” he told this writer. “I have enjoyed it enormously, to delve into the nature of the character, to read more of the books, to understand, to admire with greater intensity what Agatha Christie’s talents were. That’s been really a great great creative treat. So I’d be absolutely delighted to do more.”

Christie first published “Death on the Nile” in 1937, three years after her “Murder on the Orient Express” was published. The plot places Poirot on a vacation in Egypt, discovering a murder on the Nile River as a result of a love triangle gone bad. - The Hollywood Reporter, Variety - Nov 20 2017 [x] [x]

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JUST DOMESTIC!DEANCAS SIM THINGS

IN THIS AU

  • DEAN’S DAUGHTER EMMA NEVER DIED, AND SHES A TODDLER
  • DEAN IS ACTUALLY A HOPELESS ROMANTIC SAP
  • CLAIRE IS ALSO IN THE FAMILY
  • EMMA AND CLAIRE ARE STEP SISTERS

BONUS:

anonymous asked:

So you remember Mara Wilson right? The girl who played Matilda? She's full blown SJA which, fine whatever but she said something that really rubbed me the wrong way. She said something along the lines of basically any woman in her 20s-30s who didn't immediately answer who their favorite boy band was is gay. I mean not in those exact words, but that's the sentiment. There's like 500 things wrong with that whole sentiment but I only have space for 1 - it's blatant stereotyping and I say fuck off.

Wow, REALLY?

Fun fact: Ben Shapiro is her cousin. I wonder how they get along.

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“I was also drawn to the moral ambiguity of the story. We meet a character at the beginning that says ‘there is right, there is wrong, and nothing in between’ and there is a journey that suggests that maybe there is a lot in between. All that knotty moral positioning lies underneath a story that continues to be a page turner.” - Kenneth Branagh on Murder on the Orient Express

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Pangur has some complaints to make