Get ready to witness the grandest yellow diamond ever seen as it takes center stage in Kenneth Branagh’s latest movie. Let’s dig into the details and find out more.
In the upcoming film Death on the Nile, actress Gal Gadot will be seen wearing a stunning replica of the iconic Tiffany Diamond. This incredible jewel is known for its fancy yellow color and impressive size of 128 carats, making it the largest of its kind in the world. The Tiffany Diamond was famously worn by Lady Gaga at the Oscars in 2019 and by Audrey Hepburn during promotional events for Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1961. Now, audiences can marvel at a perfect recreation of this dazzling stone on the big screen when the movie premieres this December.
The upcoming film “Death on the Nile” is based on Agatha Christie’s novel and follows a murder story that takes place on a luxurious riverboat. The screenplay has included the famous Tiffany diamond as a central prop, and the star-studded cast includes Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Annette Bening, Jennifer Saunders, and Dawn French. Kenneth Branagh, known for his five Academy Award nominations, directs and plays the lead role of detective Hercule Poirot. Tiffany Co.’s chief artistic officer, Reed Krakoff, believes that the Tiffany diamond is deserving of such a special appearance and has rarely been seen outside of its vault. The piece adds an extra layer to the character’s persona, according to Delgado.
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The proposed designs for the setting of the Tiffany Diamond have been described as mesmerizing. The beauty of the jewel adds a new dimension to the costumes, enhancing their quality and glamour. To complement Benning’s character, avant-garde bracelets from the Tiffany Jean Schlumberger collection will be used to balance her eclectic aesthetic. The exquisite jewelry will not only accentuate the costumes but also enhance the stunning Egyptian landscape where Death on the Nile is being filmed. The film captures the grandeur of the Giza pyramids, the sparkling Nile River, and vast desert. Although the diamond featured in the film is a replica, it still boasts an impressive size and fiery brilliance that will captivate audiences and add another layer of mystery to Christie’s intriguing plot.