Tag: Death on the Nile

What to Watch This Weekend: Death on the Nile

Death on the Nile is a story of murder most foul. Based upon the Agatha Christie novel, the tale largely takes place in 1937 Egypt against the backdrop of what is supposed to be a

Book Of Boba Fett Season Finale And Death On The Nile Review | Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast

Book Of Boba Fett Season Finale And Death On The Nile Review | Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast is about analyzing geekdom and the things we like: an in-depth examination

Death On The Nile Drops A New Trailer Looking For A Killer

Who Done It? Films can be a lot of fun if done correctly. Especially in the classic style where all of the suspects are present as the case slowly unfolds. One of the latest that

Death On The Nile Begins Production, Full All-Star Cast Includes Gal Gadot!

I love me a good whodunnit mystery. It was a genre that was popularized by the great Agatha Christie, and arguably, one of her most well-known works was Murder on the Orient Express. You could

Russell Brand In Talks For…Wait…Death On The Nile?

This is interesting and unexpected. While Murder on the Orient Express was the very definition of the word underwhelming, I still tend to have pretty high regard for all the talent involved, both in front

Predator, Alita, & Death On The Nile Get New Release Dates

Looks like Fox is doing some shuffling of their release dates. The studio announced that Death on the Nile, the sequel to last year's solid, yet underwhelming Murder on the Orient Express, will hit on

Kenneth Branagh Interested In Making Agatha Christie Cinematic Universe?

Tell your old aunt Edna to sit down for a moment, because her favorite author may very well be the subject of one of these hot, new cinematic universes everybody is talking about. Earlier this

Murder On The Orient Express Sequel In The Works

20th Century Fox has tackled the Agatha Christie classic novel Murder on the Orient Express, and now it looks like they’re working to bring another beloved book to the big screen: Death on the Nile.