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The Girl On the Train's Emily Blunt: 'Likable' Is 'My Least Favorite Bloody Word In the Industry'

The Hollywood Reporter interviewed Emily Blunt, star of the upcoming thriller The Girl On the Train, and the book’s author, Paula Hawkins, for its latest issue. But before I get into their conversation about words they hate and Hollywood’s myriad double standards, please let me share the story’s lede, which reads: Read more...
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