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Agatha Christie, the author dubbed the "Queen of Crime," is about to return to the big screen after a decades long absence with an adaptation of "Murder on the Orient Express," directed by Kenneth Brannagh. Starring Brannagh as eccentric detective Hercule Poirot, the film premiered in London, Thursday and features a star-studded cast, including Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer and "The Force Awakens" star Daisy Ridley.Brannagh's film represents something of a cinematic resurrection for Christie's work, with the most recent previous cinematic adaptation being 1985's "Ordeal by Innocence"."Murder on the Orient Express," is the first in a slew of new film and television adaptations of Agatha Christie properties, which include a production of "Witness for the Prosecution," directed by and starring Oscar winner Ben Affleck.
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