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]
why you act like it’s vip’s fault that seungri doesn’t have a solo album? maybe you should ask him to think about his life choices. because lately he choose to boil ramen noodles than working on a song in the studio.
More of this. Because @septhi has made it impossible for me not to :3
The evening melts into twilight, and in the summer heat,
the crickets play the first chords of their overture.
They rest in the midst of the symphony, nothing but a pile of sunburns, scrapped
knees, and torn clothes. Tucked away in
the forgotten corner of the gardens, among the reed grass and overgrown
bushes, it is easy to forget the way things must be come sunrise.
Kiki turns her head, glancing at the two boys smeared
with dirt and splayed out across the gazebo roof alongside her.