John Malkovich takes on the role of Hercule Poirot as part of a stellar cast including Rupert Grint in @PhelpsieSarah adaptation of @AgathaChristie's #TheABCMurders for @BBCOne: https://t.co/Fc97pPRxs7 pic.twitter.com/SEx36EmnpV— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) May 23, 2018
-John Malkovich (playing Hercule Poirot) and Rupert Grint (playing Inspector Crome) are among the all-star cast for the movie, which will start filming in June
-Also starring: Andrew Buchan (Broadchurch, The Honourable Woman) as Franklin Clarke, Eamon Farren (Twin Peaks, Chained) playing Cust, Tara Fitzgerald (Game Of Thrones, Requiem) as Lady Hermione Clarke, Bronwyn James (Harlots) in the role of Megan, and Freya Mavor (The Sense Of An Ending, Sunshine On Leith) as Thora Grey
-This will be a three-part drama, and there will be a total of six new Agatha Christie adaptations completed for the BBC
-Plot: Poirot squares off against a killer named A.B.C. The first murder happens in Andover, then Bexhill, etc. The only clue left behind at each murder is The ABC Railway Guide. Lots of lies and violence to be had as Poirot attempts to outsmart the killer.
Forever missing David Suchet as Poirot, but excited to have Eamon Farren on my screen again!