Hbo Max, Hulu, and Disney Plus Have Set a Release Date for Death on the Nile, and It’s Approaching Quickly

After just a week in theatres, Death On The Nile has been announced to stream on streaming platforms.

A Covid-19-affected release plan pushed back the star-studded thriller, which saw Kenneth Branagh reprise his role as Agatha Christie’s legendary investigator Hercule Poirot, several times before it ultimately opened on February 11 this year.

The movie grossed only $116 million at the box office, a significant dip from Branagh’s $350 million debuts in 2017’s Murder On The Orient Express.

Maybe that’s why the show’s creators acted so rapidly to finalize the facts of its online debut.

When Will Death on the Nile Be Available on Streaming Sites?

It will premiere on HBO Max and Hulu on March 29 in the united states and on Disney Plus a day later in the UK.

Due to an agreement between Fox and Warner Bros. that runs through 2022, the film will be released simultaneously on HBO Max and Hulu.

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Branagh reprised his role as Hercule Poirot and the picture featured a stellar cast including Annette Bening, Russell Brand, Ali Fazal, Dawn French, Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Rose Leslie, Emma Mackey, Sophie Okonedo, Jennifer Saunders, and Letitia Wright.

Poirot was on board a sumptuous Nile River cruise when a murder was uncovered, making this another classic Christie whodunnit. A wealthy heiress, Linnet Ridgeway Doyle, marries her best friend’s ex-boyfriend, a decision that has devastating effects.

Death On The Nile

Hercule Poirot, played by Kenneth Branagh, in Death on the Nile, Is His Final Appearance?

Nah. Disney, who now owns the franchise after purchasing it from 20th Century Fox, isn’t going to give up on Death On The Nile just yet, despite the film’s poor box office performance.

20th Century Fox President Steve Asbell indicated that there will be more, saying, ” I love these films, I love Ken Branagh. We have a third script written, by Michael Green, that is a pretty daring shift in genre and in tone. It’s post-war Venice and an adaptation of one of the lesser-known novels. So I think you’ll see the mustache again.”

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