Actors:Kenneth Branagh, Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Emma Mackey, Tom Bateman, Letitia Wright, Sophie Okonedo, Jennifer Saunders, Russell Brand, Annette Bening, Dawn French, Rose Leslie, Ali Fazal, Michael Rouse, Alaa Safi, Orlando Seale, Charlie Anson, Danny Hughes, Sam James Page, James Schofield, George Jaques, Jonah Rzeskiewicz, Eleanor de Rohan, Susannah Fielding, Adam Garcia, Rick Warden, Noel White, Niamh Lynch, Rosie Dwyer, Nari Blair-Mangat, Sid Sagar, Brenda-Jane Newhouse, Rhiannon Clements, Daniel Cook, Heider Ali, Hayat Kamille, Crispin Letts, Victor Alli, Rachel Feeney, Sarah Eve, Aron Julius, Francis Lovehall, Stacy Abalogun, Naveed Khan, Katie Smale, Kemi Awoderu, Lauren Alexandra, Nikkita Chadha, Nadine Leon Gobet
Plot of the film "Death on the Nile"
Linnet Ridgeway is having a honeymoon to die for. Of course, she can afford it. Linnet Ridgeway-sorry, I mean Linnet Ridgeway-Doyle-is outrageously rich. She finds in her sofas not so much a trifle as rubies, diamonds and, perhaps, a crazy Faberge egg. A trip to Egypt for her handsome new husband, Simon, and all their friends? Not a question. But there's a problem: Linnet is being stalked by her ex-boyfriend-and Simon's ex-fiancee. Jacqueline de Belfort suffered a lot from her friend Linnet. She was one of the few who didn't resent the heiress for her ridiculous beauty, her investment company, or her overflowing bank accounts. They were friends, it seemed. But when Jacqueline found her own pearl-the dashing, albeit poor Simon Doyle, Linnet just couldn't take her paws off him. Six weeks after Jacqueline introduced Linnet to Simon, Linnet and Simon got married. And they didn't even invite her to the wedding. But that didn't stop Jacqueline from breaking into the party anyway. She followed them all the way to Egypt, appearing at every cocktail party, at every dance, at every fancy dinner. Even when Linnet rented an entire ship for a cruise on the Nile, Jacqueline snuck aboard. This is enough to drive even the most beautiful, the most intelligent, the richest heiress crazy. But Jacqueline isn't the only guest with a cabin full of Linnet-related luggage. Linnet's ex-fiance, Linus Windlesham, is also on a cruise-and he's not too happy about the happy couple. Linnet's maid, Louise, who dreams of everything in the world, wants to get one of Linnet's fabulous necklaces. Andrew's cousin/lawyer may want to take over her business. Meanwhile, Marie Van Schuyler doesn't crave anything-at least that's what she says. A socialite turned communist gave her fortune to support the movement. But why is Marie now not against taking part in this extravagant and lengthy wedding party? Maybe all of Linnet's wealth seems too much to her? Maybe a killer lot? After all, there are more secret enemies of Linnet on board this yacht than varieties of champagne. She could use a friend. But she agrees to Hercule Poirot, the most famous detective in the world. If anyone can keep her safe, it's him. Yes, you can't help but like this honeymoon. But is it worth it for the sake of it... kill?