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Emily Blunt Doesn’t Care If Her 'Girl On The Train' Character Isn’t 'Likable'

A Hollywood blockbuster is rejecting the idea that “likable” is the most important thing a woman can be. Emily Blunt, star of psychological thriller “Girl On The Train,” and Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl On The Train, recently sat down with The Hollywood Reporter to discuss the upcoming film ? which just happens to star three women. The film, which hits theaters Oct.
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