Are you ready for more murder mystery sleuthing with a mustache on top? Because Kenneth Branagh’s Hercule Poirot will be back on the big screen soon. Poirot and a fresh ensemble of opulent suspects will return for another Agatha Christie mystery. Michelle Yeoh, Tina Fey, Jamie Dornan, and others will appear alongside Branagh. But, you wonder, which Poirot story shall we hear next?
This time, Poirot will be undertaking detective work in a film named A Haunting in Venice. This third Poirot film will be based on one of Agatha Christie’s most eerie stories, Hallowe’en Party. The film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1969 Halloween mystery novel Hallowe’en Party. Titled as A Haunting in Venice, has just released its first official teaser trailer, giving us our first look at some stunning pictures. Including one shot of a gang of creepy trick-or-treating revelers in costumes, and revealing its September release date.
Agatha Christie (1890-1976), a prolific mystery fiction author, created two famous detective characters
Hercule Poirot, a retired Belgian police officer who lives in London, and Miss Marple, a perceptive elderly lady who lives in the country. And who, despite not being officially connected with the police, solves several puzzling murders. The teaser’s mood, lighting, costuming, and overall atmosphere have us very interested in this flick. Which promises a fresh take on Halloween horror.
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A Haunting in Venice is a horrific mystery set on All Hallows’ Eve in spooky, post-World War II Venice. It features the return of the famed sleuth, Hercule Poirot
Poirot, now retired and exiled in the world’s most glamorous metropolis, unwillingly attends a séance at a decrepit, haunted palazzo. From a screenplay by Academy nominee Michael Green (Logan), and is based on Agatha Christie’s novel Hallowe’en Party. Kenneth Branagh stars in his third film as Hercule Poirot. Alongside Kyle Allen (Rosaline), Camille Cottin (Call My Agent), Jamie Dornan (Belfast), and Tina Fey (30 Rock). Christie’s works have been adapted into plays and films, and an updated version of one of her most famous novels, “Murder on the Orient Express,” is set to be released in November.