Glenn Close discusses her role in Agatha Christie's 'Crooked House'

Glenn Close is back!

The acting legend's latest role is Lady Edith de Haviland in the adaptation of Agatha Christie's most twisted tale, "Crooked House," which hits theaters on December 22 and is available to watch on digital now.

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To get a peek at Close's amazing performance as a family's mysterious matriarch in the film, check out the exclusive video at the top of the page.

"Crooked House" centers around suspicious circumstances of a man's death, which is investigated by a private detective played by Max Irons. While investigating the family patriarch's passing, he encounters three generations of a wealthy, secret-keeping family played by Gillian Anderson, Christina Hendricks and Close herself.

"Crooked House" hits theaters on Dec. 22 and is available to watch on digital now.

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