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Murder on the Orient Express - No Extended Cut

Director Kenneth Branagh Rules Out Longer Version

With a length of approx. 115 minutes, the remake of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express, in which director and main actor Kenneth Branagh aka Hercule Poirot has to solve the murder of Johnny Depp's character and faces a train compartant of possible suspects while doing so, is quite long anyway.

When being interviewed by Collider whether there is a chance for an Extended Cut on Blu-ray, Branagh made it abundantly clear that will be no Extended Cut. Even though he admits that his first cut had a length of approx. 135 minutes, he explains he likes movies with a good pace and considers the final cut (aka the Theatrical Version) to be the ideal version.

Release: Nov 13, 2017 - Author: Mike Lowrey - Translator: Tony Montana - Source: Collider

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