The American actor John Malkovich will be in a new series the role of the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot play. The series ‘The ABC Murders’ is based on the eponymous book by Agatha Christie from 1936, and, according to Variety produced by the BBC and Amazon.
The recordings for ‘The ABC Murders’ to start in June, but it is not yet known when the three-part series broadcast will be. In addition to Malkovich will also Rupert Grint (‘Harry Potter’), Andrew Buchan (‘Broadchurch’), Eamon Farren (‘Twin Peaks’) and Tara Fitzgerald (‘Game of Thrones’) in the series.
Malkovich acts with his role in the footsteps of other actors such as David Suchet, Aflred Molina and Kenneth Branagh. Who last played last year Poirot in the film Murder on the Orient Express’.