Get Ready for A Spooky Ride: “A Haunting in Venice” Adds a Personal Twist with a Character Based on Agatha Christie
Hold onto your seats, mystery fans! The upcoming thriller, “A Haunting in Venice,” just released a fresh trailer. Get this—the character played by Tina Fey, Ariadne Oliver, is a nod to Agatha Christie herself. Talk about layering mystery upon mystery.
If you’ve been keeping tabs, you’d know that Kenneth Branagh is donning the detective hat for the third time in this franchise. And he’s got a brand-new ensemble, featuring talents like Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Dornan, and Kelly Reilly, to keep us guessing.
So, Who’s Who in Venice?
- Michelle Yeoh as Mrs. Reynolds: The one apparently orchestrating the séance that goes horribly wrong.
- Jamie Dornan as Dr. Leslie Ferrier: We don’t know much yet, but we’re watching.
- Kelly Reilly as Rowena Drake: Another mysterious figure with unknown motives.
- Tina Fey as Ariadne Oliver: An old pal of Poirot and this time, our Agatha Christie stand-in.
The Big Reveal
The latest snippet from 20th Century Studios is more than just a trailer; it’s an appetizer for the main course of suspense. Tina Fey’s character Ariadne Oliver is making headlines, as she’s molded after Agatha Christie herself. I had a “wait, what?” moment too.
The Séance’s Aftermath
A séance in Venice goes wrong. Think two deaths wrong! And guess what? Each new character is a suspect, including Ariadne Oliver (Tina Fey). From the glimpses we get, Mrs. Reynolds, led by Michelle Yeoh, seems to be the séance’s mastermind, and things turn eerie. Let’s just say, “dark spirits” may be involved.
All Eyes on Poirot
The common thread across the films? Our trusty Hercule Poirot. He’s solving mysteries faster than I can solve a crossword, and in this Venice thriller, he’s the only familiar face. The rest are all fresh suspects with unknown stories and motives.
The Mystery Continues…
With the movie set to release soon, one thing is clear: we won’t be getting many more clues. But isn’t that the fun of a good old-fashioned whodunnit? Grab your detective notepad; you’ll need it for “A Haunting in Venice.”
Agatha Christie’s beloved classic, Hallowe’en Party—the inspiration for the major motion picture A Haunting in Venice, is coming to theaters September 15.
Read Agatha Christie’s A Haunting in Venice before you see the movie!
When a Halloween party turns deadly, it falls to Hercule Poirot to unmask a murderer.
At a Halloween party, Joyce—a surly thirteen-year-old—boasts that she once witnessed a murder. When no one believes her, she storms off home. But within hours her body is found, still in the house, drowned in an apple-bobbing tub.
Famed detective Hercule Poirot is called in to investigate. Set against a night of trickery and the occult, it’s up to Poirot to uncover the real evil presence responsible for this ghastly deed. Get it from Amazon.
The excitement is ramping up, folks! The latest trailer sets the stage for a mesmerizing puzzle where everyone’s a suspect, including a character paying homage to the queen of mystery herself, Agatha Christie. The ensemble cast and Branagh’s experienced direction promise an experience worth every bit of the popcorn you’ll munch through.
So, mark the date and ready your alibis. “A Haunting in Venice” is a movie mystery you won’t want to miss!