'Murder on the Orient Express' trivia and fun facts
Possible Mrs. Hubbard Angelina Jolie was originally attached to the project in the role of Mrs. Hubbard, but dropped out. Charlize Theron was also courted for the role, but, in the end, Michelle Pfeiffer was cast.
Josh Gad y Daisy Ridley While on set, Josh Gad "interviewed" Daisy Ridley several times in an attempt to get her answer his questions about Star Wars: Episodio VIII - Los últimos Jedi (2017), while filming the results with his smartphone camera.
Awarded The film's cast includes two Oscar winners: Judi Dench and Penélope Cruz; and four Oscar nominees: Kenneth Branagh, Willem Dafoe, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Johnny Depp.
Angelina Jolie Fox head Stacey Snider broke off negotiations with Angelina Jolie after several months due to her insistence on significant script changes on what was a relatively small part.
Michelle Pfeiffer Michelle Pfeiffer described the making of the film as "deceptively challenging" due to the nature of the period and the language used during that era.
Trains The original Orient Express took passengers from Paris (France) to Giurgiu (Romania) since 1883.
Reality or fantasy? In the movie, Poirot carries a photography of his love, Katherine. Who's actually in the image is Emma Thompson, Kenneth Branagh's ex-wife in real life, when she was younger.
Music, please! Over the closing credits of the films can be heard the song 'Never Forget'. It's sung by Michelle Pfeiffer and it was written by Patrick Doyle and Kenneth Branagh.
Moustaches When the trailer for the movie was released, some fans of Agatha Christie complained about Kenneth Branagh's moustache, that they found insulting to the author's books. When the novel was adapted for the first time in 1974, Christie (who was still alive) also complained about Albert Finney's moustache.