Emily Blunt plays the lead role in The Girl on the Train trailer revealing parts that will make the audience go see the movie.
After its release at the CinemaCon last week, Taylor Tate might have thought that it was finally time to release the trailer of the movie adaptation of Paula Hawkins award winning thriller, The Girl on the Train.
The book was an exciting journey into the lives of three women whose lives become interwoven into a deep abyss of lies and deceit. Sounds intriguing?
That is what Taylor Tate thought when he read the book and after buying a bottle and journeying on the train to Poughkeepsie just like the main character, Tate started the production of the movie and released the trailer at the CinemaCon.
The trailer was released this Tuesday on all social media and we get our first look at the very disheveled and alcoholic Emily Blunt main role who is seen travelling on a train.
The trailer is set to Kanye West’s iconic Heartless and sees how Emily Blunt’s character takes the train everyday while struggling with her alcoholism.
In a sequence that plays, we see her spying on the couple on the train and how she witnesses something odd one day and becomes interested in the case of a missing woman.
It is similar to the Gone Girl theme with missing person, a very drastic looking Emily Blunt who has explained it as one of the toughest parts she has ever had to play and we also catch a glimpse of the other characters played by Justin Theroux, Luke Evans, Rebecca Ferguson, Edgar Ramirez, Allison Janney and Haley Bennett.
The trailer just reveals enough to keep the audience on the edge and keeps as much as it can in terms of the plot. The movie has been moved to New York instead of UK but Emily Blunt is keeping true to her Brit accent.
Allison Janney has commented that the movie will certainly contain few unexpected plot twists that many people might not anticipate.
Has Taylor Tate made more differences from the original book plot? Only one way to find out.
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The Girl on the Train will release in UK and US on October 7, 2016.