Thursday, April 21, 2016

Passing Through, Taking In the Sights

The girl on the train, Emily Blunt, has secrets; dark things that she knows, that she keeps to herself.

The Girl on the Train also has a bit of a challenging plot with lots of interconnected characters – so it’s a good thing that the first trailer for Tate Taylor’s upcoming adaptation of the hit Paula Hawkins novel was released this week.

Blunt headlines the film as Rachel, the story’s lonely and oh-so-unreliable narrator, who, for whatever reason, spies on her ex-husband’s (Justin Theroux) young nanny (Haley Bennett) right before she goes MIA.

From that starting point, a number of players come into the picture, knowing things and not. They are to be played by the likes of Rebecca Ferguson, Jared Leto Luke Evans, Édgar Ramirez, Allison Janney, and Lisa Kudrow, among others.


The Girl on the Train will arrive in theaters on Oct. 7.


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