Kenneth Branagh's second Agatha Christie adaptation sees him reprise the role of Hercule Poirot for another murder mystery. This time around, the brilliant Belgian sleuth finds his Egyptian vacation interrupted when a newlywed is found murdered.
With the only suspects onboard the same river steamer that Poirot is travelling on, can he solve the mystery before the killer strikes again? As ever, things are never quite as straightforward as they seem...
If that sounds up your street, Death on the Nile is now available to watch on Disney+ for all subscribers at no extra cost.
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In the US, Death on the Nile is now available to watch on Hulu for all subscribers. If you're not a subscriber, it costs from $6.99 a month to sign up to the streaming service.
Despite the fact that Death on the Nile only made $134 million at the global box office, it was reported last month that a third movie is in the works.
"We have a third script written, by Michael Green, that is a pretty daring shift in genre and in tone. It's post-war Venice and an adaptation of one of the lesser-known novels," said 20th Century Studios president Steve Asbell.
Death on the Nile is available to watch now on Disney+.