The feature film, directed by Kenneth Branagh in the title role, is a loose transposition of Poirot and the Massacre of the Innocents.
Murder in Venice (In the original language Ghost in Venice) is a recent feature film directed by Kenneth Branagh (Much Ado About Nothing Artemis Fowl), the third chapter of the saga, which the British director dedicated to Agatha Christie After Murder on the Orient Express (2017) based on the novel of the same name; Murder on the Nile (2022) which transposes Poirot on the Nile and, finally, the last, much more labile connected with the world of Poirot, in particular with the novel Poirot and the Massacre of the Innocents. In the film, the legendary French detective (who has the face of Branagh himself) encounters a supernatural case for the first time.
Murder in Venice arrives in Italian cinemas from September 14, 2023
Recently, thanks to a Total Film exclusive (via Collider), we had the opportunity to see a new frame (also available below, at the bottom of our article) Murder in Venice, which notably shows Poirot holding the agenda and staring into the shadows, probably contemplating one of the most difficult investigations of his career that seems to transcend nature, leading to mysticism. Given that there is very little time left before the release of the project in cinemas, a lot of information about the creation is coming in, such as films, images and more.
We remind you that Murder in Venicespecially produced 20th Century Studios, Kinberg Genre, Scott Free Productions, TSG Entertainment, The Mark Gordon Company, see execution Louise Killin, Simon Kinberg, James Pritchard, Ridley Scott. The cast, however, sees participation in the cast Kelly Reilly in part Rowena Drake, Michelle Yeoh who pretends to be Joyce Reynolds, Jamie Dornan who plays the father Leopold Ferrier, Tina Fey in particular Ariadne Oliver and much more. The film arrives in Italian cinemas from September 14, 2023.
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