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Une adaptation de The Crooked House
(La Maison Biscornue
) d'Agatha Christie est en préparation. Le scénariste est Julian Fellowes et le casting réunira (attention les yeux !!) Christina Hendricks, Glenn Close, Gillian Anderson, Max Irons, Stefanie Martini et Terence Stamp (rien que ça !
- Citation :
- Gilles Paquet-Brenner (Sarah’s Key) will direct the ensemble cast from a script written by Downton Abbey and Gosford Park writer Julian Fellowes, Tim Rose Price and Brenner. Joe Abrams at Brilliant Films, James Spring at Fred Films and Sally Wood produce.
Crooked House, one of the few of Christie’s books that hasn’t been adapted for the screen until now, has been in development for a while and been a major passion project for Abrams, Wood and Spring, who have steered the project to realization. The story follows private detective Charles Hayward who is invited to solve a gruesome crime where nobody is above suspicion, including Sophia, his client and former lover.
“Some years back we went through really everything that was available in terms of Agatha Christie and this book really jumped out for a number of reasons,” Abrams told Deadline. “It’s a stand-alone – so it’s not a Marple or Poirot mystery – and there is a freshness to it. It won’t necessarily go with a familiar pattern. It’s driven by a young detective and an even younger ingénue who he’s had a past with and who’s either a suspect or the next victim. That’s what’s driving it.”
|Sujet: Re: The Crooked House (La Maison biscornue) bientôt adapté au cinéma Mar 13 Sep - 18:32|| |
Eh beh, quel casting
Agatha a le vent en poupe en ce moment, et c'est une très bonne chose
|Sujet: Re: The Crooked House (La Maison biscornue) bientôt adapté au cinéma Mar 13 Sep - 19:27|| |
Ouah, ça promet! Comme le dit Scarlatiine, Agatha est le sujet de nombreuses adaptations et c'est super!
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Un petit article trouvé sur le site Screenterrier qui nous en apprend un peu plus sur les rôles de chacun :
- Citation :
12 year old Honor Kneafsey stars in the leading role of Josephine in a new feature film adaptation of Agatha Christie crime novel Crooked House, which has just started filming in London.
Honor has just filmed on Isabel Coixet's The Bookshop and is known to TV audiences for her roles in Our Zoo and Benidorm.
She will star alongside Max Irons, as private detective Charles Hayward who is invited to solve the gruesome murder of wealthy and ruthless tycoon Aristide Leonides, poisoned in his own bed. Nobody is above suspicion, including Sophia (played by Stefanie Martini, who has just filmed the role of Jane Tennison in Prime Suspect prequel Tennison) Hayward's client and former lover.
The cast also includes Terence Stamp as a chief inspector and Christina Hendricks, Glenn Close, and Gillian Anderson as members of the dead man’s household.
Gilles Paquet-Brenner will direct the ensemble cast from a script written by Downton Abbey and Gosford Park writer Julian Fellowes.
"We are thrilled to be bringing Agatha Christie’s ‘Crooked House’ – one of her own personal favorites, and one that has never been filmed before – to the big screen," producer Joe Abrams said.
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