Hollywood star Angelina Jolie won't be a part of the Murder on the Orient Express revamp. The 41-year-old Oscar-winning performing artist, who was supposedly in arrangements to join the cast, never marked an arrangement to show up in the Kenneth Branagh-coordinated motion picture, reported Variety.
The producers are presently attempting to intrigue various other enormous stars, with Charlize Theron among those being considered. Branagh will likewise star as criminologist Hercule Poirot. Sharp edge Runner 2 popularity Michael Green is composing the screenplay in light of Agatha Christie's novel, with Steve Asbell managing the generation for Fox Studios. Initially distributed in 1934 the book rotates around a homicide of an American businessperson on-board the well known train. The film takes after Poirot as he tries to make sense of which traveler is the killer. Sidney Lumet already made an adaptation of Christie's novel in 1974 with Albert Finney as Poirot. Branagh will create the film with Ridley Scott, Simon Kinberg and Mark Gordon.