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Death On The Nile: Disney Has Postponed The Release Of Mystery Thriller Flick

We all know that this year has been very bad for the entertainment sector as they have faced a huge loss because of the pandemic, and all the shows and movies have been delayed now. But everyone is trying to take back things into normal.

Now we will discuss a new movie from Disney which has become a victim of the Coronavirus and has been delayed. Death on the Nile is an American movie. The film is brimming with riddle and rush. The film has been adapted from a novel composed by Agatha Christie. When Fans heard about this movie, they were eager to know about its arrival.

What’s The Production Status

The shooting of Death on the Nile began in September 2019 and was completed soon. Fans were ready to welcome the movie, but it didn’t arrive then. The film was at first going to deliver on 20 December 2019. Because of certain reasons, the arrival date got pushed back, and now the film was set for this current year.

Death on the Nile': Trailer, release date and all the details you want to know
Source: Russh Magazine

When Will It Release

The release date for the movie was set to 9 October 2020 in the United States. But, because of the pandemic situation, the arrival of the movie has been delayed. Yes, the release date of the movie has been delayed and is set to arrive in late 2020 with no exact release date given.

Know About Its Story Details

The film Death is inspired by a novel. The film will spin around a similar story given in the novel. The movie is about two analyst Poirot who engages in an adoration triangle that turns terribly awful on an excursion in Egypt.

What’s The Complete Cast Details

  • Kenneth Branagh (Hercule Poirot)
  • Ali Fazal (Andrew Katchadourin)
  • Tom Bateman (Bouc)
  • Rose Leslie (Lousie Bourget)
  • Gal Gadot (Linnet Ridgeway-Doyle)
  • Letitia Wright (Rosalie Otterbourne)
  • Annette Bening (Euphemia)
  • Armie Hammer (Simon Doyle)
  • Dawn French (Mrs. Earthy colored)
  • Emma Mackey (Jacqueline de Bellefort)
  • Sophie Okonedo (Salome Otterbourne)
  • Jennifer Saunders (Marie Van Schuyler)

Written by K. M.

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