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The Haunting In Venice trailer takes Kenneth Branagh’s Poirot into a haunted séance – Michelle Yeoh Leads Kenneth Branagh’s Next Hercule Poirot Mystery After ‘Death on the Nile’

The Haunting In Venice trailer takes Kenneth Branagh's Poirot into a haunted séance

The trailer for Kenneth Branagh’s next Poirot film, The Haunting of Venice, has been released, giving fans an exciting glimpse of what’s to come. The trailer opens with eerie music and a bird’s-eye view of Venice’s canals at night. As the camera zooms over the opulent palace, and see a group of elegantly dressed people gathered around a table covered in candles and mystical symbols.

Then cut to Poirot (played by Branagh) Who is walking down a dimly lit corridor, his face set in a familiar expression of deep thought. He stops at the door and there is a moment of suspense as he hesitates before knocking. The door is opened by a woman (played by Emma Stone) who looks scared and invites him in.

We then see Poirot sitting at the séance table with a look of intense concentration on his face. The other attendees—an eclectic group of aristocrats and highly social types—all look nervous and on edge.

Suddenly the lights go out and a blood-curdling scream pierces the air. The camera jumps around the room, showing fleeting glimpses of ghostly apparitions and terrified faces. But as quickly as it began, the chaos subsided and the lights came back on to reveal a lifeless body lying on the floor.

Fans of the Agatha Christie detective series will recognize plot elements from the 1937 novel Death on the Nile, in which Poirot travels to Egypt to investigate a murder on a cruise ship. However, there are plenty of twists and turns to keep viewers guessing, especially with the added supernatural element.

The cast also includes some big names, including Emma Stone, who makes her first foray into the world of Agatha Christie, and Idris Elba, who plays a cynical police detective who initially clashes with Poirot but ends up working with him to solve the problem.

Branagh previously played the iconic detective in 2017’s Murder on the Orient Express, which received mixed reviews but did well at the box office. A sequel, Death on the Nile, has been filmed and is scheduled for release later this year.

A Haunting in Venice is directed by Christopher Nolan, who is known for his sci-fi blockbusters like Inception and Interstellar, but has also proven his ability to create gripping drama with films like Dunkirk.

The trailer suggests that A Haunting in Venice will have a moody and atmospheric tone, with plenty of jump potions and spooky scenes to keep viewers hooked. However, it remains to be seen whether the film will live up to the high standards set by Christie’s beloved source material.

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