Good news for those of you who couldn’t get enough of Agatha Christie’s television adaptations!
Crooked House, a novel, first published in 1949 is described to be the second best of her works by Agatha Christie is now being adapted for a film, the other being Ordeal by Innocence. The narrator of the novel is Charles Hayward, whose fiancée Sophie won’t marry him until the killer of her grandfather is found.
Oscar winner Julian Fellowes and the acclaimed scriptwriter of Gosford Park is working on the adaptation of the screenplay. Filming is expected to begin in London, later this year under the direction of Neil LaBute.