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Agatha Christie’s Estate Working Hard To Ensure Her Upcoming Films Retain The “Agatha Christie DNA”

If it feels like we’ve been getting a lot of Agatha Christie-related news, it’s because we have. Of course, in the age of big superhero blockbusters, news of her cozy mysteries getting adapted is often welcome news. Regardless, this minor increase in news has actually been an intentional effort from Christie’s estate to work to bring her books to the big screen. To make this happen, the Agatha Christie Estate employed 14 people out of its London-based office, and in 2013, they hired WME, a Hollywood talent agency, to help them set up deals with Hollywood studios.
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