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THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN | 10.07.16 | Universal | final gross ● 75.40 M

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Tate Taylor, the filmmaker behind DreamWorks’ Oscar-nominated adaptation of The Help, is reuniting with the studio to bring Paula Hawkins’ runaway best-selling thriller The Girl on the Train to the big screen.

DreamWorks picked up the rights in 2014 and had Erin Cressida Wilson (Secretary) begin the adaptation process even before the novel was published in January by Riverhead Books and sold over 2 million copies worldwide. It’s been the #1 book on the New York Times bestseller list for the 17 weeks since its release.

The novel is about a woman named Rachel, who recently became divorced and who spends her daily train commute fantasizing about the perfect couple in a house she passes only to one day see something shocking that gets her caught up in a mystery. http://www.comingsoon.net/movies/news/443053-the-helps-tate-taylor-to-direct-the-girl-on-the-train-for-dreamworks

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Hot after her breakout role in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Rebecca Ferguson is boarding the Gone Girl-esque thriller THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN. There are three primary lead female roles in the mystery/drama, with Emily Blunt having already nabbed the central part.

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1 hour ago, kowhite said:

Disney, huh.

Hmmm, looks like Dreamworks isn't leaving Disney in Aug after all.

6 minutes ago, Claire Evans Holt said:

Please let it be my hubby and not Mess!Leto.

Evans filming conflict with Gifted couldn't be worked out.  Justin Theroux is taking the role of Tom.  Leto is still in negotiations for the another role (Scott).


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