One of the big surprises this week was the somewhat harsh reception critics have given Tate Taylor's The Girl On The Train. The film looked like it had all the trappings of a great, grown-up thriller. For months now, the hype has been palpable. With a solid cast that's led by the always dependable Emily Blunt (Sicario), direction by Tate Taylor (Best Picture nominee The Help and critical darling Get On Up), and based on a popular book, The Girl On The Train looked like it was set to be this year's Gone Girl.
The Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation star will appear opposite Emily Blunt in the Tate Taylor film The post Rebecca Ferguson Boards The Girl on the Train appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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LRM talks with actor Luke Evans (The Hobbit, Fast and Furious 6) about his role in Tate Taylor's movie based on Paula Hawkins' best-selling thriller novel The GIrl on the Train.
Paula Patton’s runaway hit novel The Girl on the Train is coming to theaters, courtesy of her own adaptation and direction by Tate Taylor (the director of The Help), and the end result is three parts girl and two parts train—wreck. ...