A star-studded cast leaves a lasting impression in the trailer for Kenneth Branagh’s upcoming mystery thriller Death on the Nile.
Ancient Egypt is the backdrop for a murder committed and world-renowned detective Hercule Poirot must solve the mystery behind it in the sequel to Murder on the Orient Express (2017).
Starring Kenneth Branagh, Tom Bateman, Annette Bening, Russell Brand, Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Rose Leslie, Sophie Okonedo, and Letitia Wright, the film will be released in the United States on October 23, 2020, by 20th Century Studios.
See the trailer below:
New teaser trailer for Zack Snyder’s Justice League arrives…
To get fans pumped for the upcoming DC Fandome event, director Zack Snyder has shared footage from his version of Justice League.
Opening with the resurrected Man of Steel looking at a monument to his memory, the clip goes further to show Victor Stone in a field in what appears to be him celebrating the moment.
The teaser ends with a spectacular shot of the members of the Justice League landing in an unknown location.
The DC Fandome event is slated for August 22, 2020, and the trailer for the film arrives that day. Fans can check out the teaser below:
Zack Snyder releases a new teaser for The Snyder Cut of ‘JUSTICE LEAGUE’.
Full trailer releases August 22 in #DCFanDome
— DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) August 20, 2020
Despite Washington D.C. featuring as a background in Wonder Woman 1984, filmmaker Patty Jenkins says it is not a political movie.
Jenkins made the clarification in a recent interview with Screen Rant, talking about her inspiration for the Maxwell Lord character.
When she was asked about President Donald Trump being an influence, the director stated:
“He’s one of them. I mean honestly, the funny thing is he is [an influence], but I’m not trying to make…We even have the president in this movie, and I’ve gone out of my way not to make it look like Ronald Reagan. I don’t want to get political, it’s not about being political. Actually, a huge influence of this movie was also Madoff. Those young Madoff stories fascinate me, because I’m like, ‘How do you end up being Bernie Madoff?’ And when you really start tracking that story, it’s like, it all started out in a way that made sense, and he was paying it off, and then doing this, and then paying it off again. And then you just become an evil dude when you don’t even realize that it’s happening.”
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