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Death On The Nile Cast Celebrate The Film’s Upcoming Release At An Egyptian Exhibit Dinner


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The
cast
and
filmmakers
from
the
daring
mystery-thriller
“Death
on
the
Nile,” which
is
directed
by
and
stars
five-time
Academy
Award®
nominee
Kenneth
Branagh
and
features
an
all-star
ensemble
cast,
gathered
in
the
Egyptian
exhibit
at
The
British
Museum
in
London
for
a
private
dinner
to
celebrate
the
film
opening
this
Friday,
February
11,
2022.
Joining
Branagh
were
Tom
Bateman,
Ali
Fazal,
Dawn
French,
Rose
Leslie,
Jennifer
Saunders,
producer
Judy
Hofflund
and
executive
producer
James
Prichard,
and
guest
Daisy
Ridley.

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Death On The Nile: Ali Fazal's Character Poster Revealed From Kenneth Branagh's Crime ThrillerDeath
On
The
Nile:
Ali
Fazal’s
Character
Poster
Revealed
From
Kenneth
Branagh’s
Crime
Thriller

“Death
on
the
Nile” is
a
murderous,
suspense-filled
tale
with
Kenneth
Branagh
returning
as
the
iconic
detective
Hercule
Poirot.
He
is
joined
by
Tom
Bateman,
four-time
Oscar®
nominee
Annette
Bening,
Russell
Brand,
Ali
Fazal,
Dawn
French,
Gal
Gadot,
Armie
Hammer,
Rose
Leslie,
Emma
Mackey,
Sophie
Okonedo,
Jennifer
Saunders
and
Letitia
Wright.
“Death
on
the
Nile,”
which
reunites
the
filmmaking
team
behind
2017’s
global
hit
“Murder
on
the
Orient
Express,”
is
written
by
Michael
Green,
adapted
from
Christie’s
novel,
and
is
produced
by
Ridley
Scott,
Kenneth
Branagh,
p.g.a.,
Judy
Hofflund,
p.g.a.
and
Kevin
J.
Walsh,
with
Mark
Gordon,
Simon
Kinberg,
Matthew
Jenkins,
James
Prichard
and
Mathew
Prichard
serving
as
executive
producers.

Belgian
sleuth
Hercule
Poirot’s
Egyptian
vacation
aboard
a
glamorous
river
steamer
turns
into
a
terrifying
search
for
a
murderer
when
a
picture-perfect
couple’s
idyllic
honeymoon
is
tragically
cut
short.
Set
against
an
epic
landscape
of
sweeping
desert
vistas
and
the
majestic
Giza
pyramids,
this
dramatic
tale
of
love
gone
wrong
features
a
cosmopolitan
group
of
impeccably
dressed
travelers
and
enough
wicked
twists
and
turns
to
leave
audiences
guessing
until
the
final,
shocking
denouement.

Kenneth Branagh Talks About His Travelling Experience While Shooting For Upcoming Movie Death On The NileKenneth
Branagh
Talks
About
His
Travelling
Experience
While
Shooting
For
Upcoming
Movie
Death
On
The
Nile

Filmed
with
65mm
Panavision
cameras
in
late
2019,
“Death
on
the
Nile”
transports
audiences
to
the
1930s,
recreating
many
of
the
locations
that
served
as
inspiration
for
Christie’s
glamorous,
high
society
thriller.

Story first published: Wednesday, February 9, 2022, 14:40 [IST]

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