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Murder on the Orient Express (2017) (2017) – B…

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) (2017) – Box Office Mojo:

Domestic: $102,096,514   29.7%
+ Foreign: $242,073,159   70.3%

= Worldwide: $344,169,673

How Scores to ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Get Out’ an…

How Scores to ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Get Out’ and ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Tune Up Intensity:

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Murder on the Orient Express
Score by Patrick Doyle

For Kenneth Branagh’s remake of the Agatha Christie thriller, he called on his longtime collaborator, Scottish composer Patrick Doyle (“Hamlet,” “Henry V”), to underscore the mystery.

Doyle, who describes the music as “a late Baroque-early Classical feel,” was inspired both by the elaborate train that was constructed in Surrey’s Longcross Studios and by actor-director Branagh’s performance as Christie’s famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. “I saw an early clip of Ken as Poirot and I thought, this is like Plato meets Bond, the convergence of two worlds,” he says with a laugh.

Doyle wrote a plaintive piano and cello melody for the backstory involving many of the suspects. He then turned that piece of music into a song, with lyrics written by Branagh and sung by Michelle Pfeiffer at the end of the movie. Says Branagh: “The theme accompanies the sadness and heartbreak at the center of the story. The song expresses a kind of ache inside one of the central characters and offers an additional emotional closure.”

How Scores to ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Get Out’ an…

How Scores to ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Get Out’ and ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Tune Up Intensity:

Murder on the Orient Express
Score by Patrick Doyle

For Kenneth Branagh’s remake of the Agatha Christie thriller, he called on his longtime collaborator, Scottish composer Patrick Doyle (“Hamlet,” “Henry V”), to underscore the mystery.

Doyle, who describes the music as “a late Baroque-early Classical feel,” was inspired both by the elaborate train that was constructed in Surrey’s Longcross Studios and by actor-director Branagh’s performance as Christie’s famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. “I saw an early clip of Ken as Poirot and I thought, this is like Plato meets Bond, the convergence of two worlds,” he says with a laugh.

Doyle wrote a plaintive piano and cello melody for the backstory involving many of the suspects. He then turned that piece of music into a song, with lyrics written by Branagh and sung by Michelle Pfeiffer at the end of the movie. Says Branagh: “The theme accompanies the sadness and heartbreak at the center of the story. The song expresses a kind of ache inside one of the central characters and offers an additional emotional closure.”

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“You know, there is something about a tangle of strangers, pressed together for days with nothing in common but the need to go from one place to another and never see each other again.”

Murder on the Orient Express | dir. Kenneth Branagh | 2017

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Murder on the Orient Express (2017) (2017) – B…

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) (2017) – Box Office Mojo:

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Domestic: $101,728,361   29.6%
+ Foreign: $241,765,672   70.4%

= Worldwide: $343,494,033

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) (2017) – B…

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) (2017) – Box Office Mojo:

Domestic: $101,728,361   29.6%
+ Foreign: $241,765,672   70.4%

= Worldwide: $343,494,033

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