Category: Murder on the Orient Express

The Making of “Murder on the Orient Express” – New Footage

Now that Murder on the Orient Express has officially been released for digital purchase, iTunes published another short footage of Kenneth Branagh revealing exclusive material regarding the making-of. The clip shortly features Johnny in an interview. Check it out below.

2017 Magazine Scans

Before I’m wishing everyone of you the best of everything for 2018, I wanted to let you know that I added magazine scans of three issues from earlier that year that featured either Johnny or one of his latest movie projects. The Entertainment Weekly and one of the Total Film issues feature some information on Murder on the Orient Express, while the Total Film Winter 2018 scans talk about the Fantastic Beasts sequel, featuring Johnny as Gellert Grindelwald.
The scans were taken by myself, so please do not take them without asking and crediting. Thank you!

This being said, I wish everyone a happy new year! See you next year!

“Murder on the Orient Express” Images

I updated the photo gallery and uploaded/replaced the images of Johnny as Edward Ratchett in “Murder on the Orient Express“. The update contains ultra high quality promotional images and movie stills. Enjoy!

First “Murder on the Orient Express” Trailer

Twentieth Century Fox released the first trailer for its star-studded remake of Sidney Lumet’s 1974 Agatha Christie adaptation Murder on the Orient Express this week.

Kenneth Branagh stars as Hercule Poirot, “probably the greatest detective in the world,” as he describes himself. The trailer introduces the star-studded cast of travelers on the Orient Express, all of whom become suspect after a passenger is found murdered during the journey.

“I see evil on this train,” says Poirot. “A passenger has died.”

Branagh directs the remake from a screenplay by Michael Green (Logan, Alien: Covenant). Lumet’s 1974 original earned six Oscar nominations but only came away with one win, Best Actress for Ingrid Bergman.

The suspects on the train this time around include Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Penelope Cruz, Josh Gad, Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench, Willem Defoe, Tom Bateman and Leslie Odom Jr.

Murder on the Orient Express is in theaters November 10, 2017.

Murder on the Orient Express – CinemaCon Footage

Without words, Michelle Pfeiffer and Johnny Depp give each other the eye in new footage for Fox’s “Murder on the Orient Express.”

The studio unveiled a new trailer Thursday morning at CinemaCon. Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench, Leslie Odom Jr., Lucy Boynton, Tom Bateman, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi make up a supporting cast for Kenneth Branagh, who stars as Hercule Poirot. Johnny is the murder victim, an American tycoon aboard the train.

“I see evil on this train,” a voiceover intones. The trailer features shots of Ridley, Dench and Odom Jr. in the lavish dining area of the Orient Express. The train soon comes to a screeching halt as Branagh — with blonde hair and a massive grey mustache — begins investigating the murder.

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Johnny to Star in “Murder on the Orient Express”

Big news have been revealed!

Johnny Depp is in talks to star for director Kenneth Branagh in theMurder On The Orient Express remake. Johnny will star with Branagh, who’ll play detective Hercule Poirot in a script that Blade Runner 2 scribe Michael Green adapted from Agatha Christie’s novel. Steve Asbell overseeing the production for Fox.

The movie is based on one of Christie’s best-known books. First published in 1934, the novel tells of the intrigue that begins after an American businessman is murdered aboard the famed train. Poirot tries to unravel the whodunit. Branagh will produce with Ridley Scott, Simon Kinberg and Mark Gordon. Michael Schaefer and Aditya Sood will also produce in some capacity. James Prichard, the author’s great grandson and chairman of Agatha Christie Ltd., and Hilary Strong, CEO at Agatha Christie Ltd., will executive produce.

An all-star cast, led by Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer and Daisy Ridley, is joining director Kenneth Branagh on 20th Century Fox’s new feature film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s acclaimed mystery Murder on the Orient Express, it was announced today by TCF president Emma Watts.

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