20th Century Fox are thankfully one of the few major studios still wanting to make mid budget films that cater to an audience that don’t want to see yet another superhero film for the umpteenth time. The release and success of Hidden Figures proves that mid budget films can find an audience and more importantly make a profit. Later this year comes the remake of the classic Agatha Christie story Murder On The Orient Express.
While it’s a story that is well known to the audience this is aimed at, Kenneth Branagh’s take on the classic story looks like one of the better adaptations to come out of Hollywood and one of the more spectacular moustaches seen on film in a long time. I remain cautiously optimistic.