But Branagh was having an affair with Bonham Carter, and up-and-coming actress at the time, which reportedly began after they met on the set of in which she discovers that her husband (Alan Rickman) might be cheating on her (see below).
In 1995, Thompson and Branagh split after six years of marriage, claiming at the time that it was due to their work demands keeping them apart.
“I would be thrilled, I must say,” Branagh told Entertainment Weekly.
“I have enjoyed it enormously, to delve into the nature of the character, to read more of the books, to understand, to admire with greater intensity what Agatha Christie’s talents were. So, I’d be absolutely delighted to do more, yeah.” The actor/director would have an ample selection of stories to adapt.
Born in Belfast in December 1960, his family moved to Reading in England to escape the Troubles when Kenneth was nine, and he acquired Received Pronunciation at school to avoid bullying.
She captioned the artistic photo, "Nuptials."Jamie shared the same photo with the caption, "Mr. That September, they were photographed getting cozy on a beach in Malibu.Michelle Pfeiffer will play the glamorous suspect Mrs.Harriet Hubbard, the part originally offered to Angelina Jolie.Branagh will play the Belgian detective with the curly mustache.Josh Gad will play Depp’s character’s nervous translator, Hector Mac Queen.It was most famously adapted by stage kid Sidney Lumet in 1974.It starred Albert Finney as Poirot as well as Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Jacqueline Bisset, Colin Blakely, Sean Connery, John Gielgud, Anthony Perkins, Vanessa Redgrave, Martin Balsam and Michael York. 10, but the mystery is only beginning to be revealed.Director Kenneth Branagh says he enjoyed playing Agatha Christie’s iconic detective Hercule Poirot so much that he’s keeping the mustache to be ready to play him again.Hercule Poirot appeared in 33 of Christie’s novels.Branagh says he’s not the only actor who wants to continue playing with the mysterious classics.