After directing super hits like Thor, Murder on the Orient Express and Cinderella, Director Kenneth Branagh is back with another Mystery/ Thriller movie named Death On The Nile. Michael Green writes the movie’s screenplay.
It is said to be based on the 1937 Novel of the same name. Agatha Christie wrote the novel. Death On The Nile will follow the story of the director’s previous movie named Murder On The Orient Express.
The movie began filming in September 2019 and was wrapped up in December 2019.
Death On The Nile: Release Date
Initially, Death On The Nile was set to be released on December 20, 2019. But due to unfortunate reasons, the movie got delayed. Now the movie has a new release date and is officially set to be released on Friday 9th October 2020, by 20th Century Studios.
Death On The Nile: Cast
In October 2020, Kenneth Branagh returns with a whole new cast of suspects for Death on the Nile.
The cast includes some of Hollywood’s A-list actors and actresses with the director himself joining the ensemble cast. Actors who are going to be seen in the movie are
- Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot
- Gal Gadot as Linnet Ridgeway-Doyle
- Letitia Wright as Rosalie Otterbourne
- Armie Hammer as Simon Doyle
- Annette Bening as Euphemia
- Ali Fazal as Andrew Katchadourian
- Sophie Okonedo as Salome Otterbourne
- Tom Bateman as Bouc
- Emma Mackey as Jacqueline de Bellefort
- Dawn French as Mrs Bowers
- Rose Leslie as Louise Bourget
- Jennifer Saunders as Marie Van Schuyler
- Russell Brand as Dr Bessner
Death On The Nile: Storyline
Since the movie is based on the 1937 Novel of the same name, it’ll follow the same storyline. The story revolves around Poirot, a world-class detective, who becomes involved in a love triangle gone horrifically lousy while on vacation in Egypt.
In Death on the Nile, Hercule Poirot’s Egyptian experience onboard a new streamliner slips into an unnerving quest for a killer when vicious passings break an untainted special first night. This evil story of mad love and its deadly outcomes happens in an epic scene of risk and warning, with enough shocking twists and turns it will leave audiences unsettled and guessing until the final, shocking climax.
“Crimes of passion are hazardously attractive,” says Kenneth Branagh. “Agatha Christie has composed an arresting story of passionate confusion and vicious guiltiness, and Michael Green has by and by composed a screenplay to coordinate. With a loved gathering of long-lasting masterful teammates and a splendid universal cast, it is genuinely a joy to join Disney, Fox and Agatha Christie Ltd in carrying this challenging spine chiller to the big screen. There are notable new twists, an awe-inspiring desert landscape and an opportunity to celebrate big-screen entertainment in glorious 65-millimetre celluloid!”