“The Girl On The Train” is a psychological thriller that is set to have a film adaptation, and it seems like the cast is one of the things you need to anticipate!
The novel written by a British author, Paula Hawkins, was just published early this year, but it was already marked as one of the bestselling books of New York Times Bestseller which only proves that a film adaptation was the only answer to feed that hungry minds of other book hoarders.
It has been reported that the cast for the film adaptation was already in talks for the character that they’ll portray, and one of them is Emily Blunt, who is said to be the movie’s main character, Rachel Watson.
Aside from Blunt, one of the newest and rumored star who is set to be part of “The Girl On The Train” is none other than the “Captain America: Civil War” actor, Chris Evans.
If the reports are true, Evans will play the role of Rachel’s ex-husband whom he divorced to marry his mistress named Anna, portrayed by Rebecca Ferguson.
Other than the two A-list celebrities, according to Variety, the new Joker from “Suicide Squad” Jared Leto was also reported to be in talks to essay the role of Haley Bennett (Megan) character’s counterpart.
Cinemablend reported that Hawkin’s “The Girl On The Train” story revolves around Rachel Watson, played by Emily Blunt, a 32-year-old miserable divorced woman who always commute using a train to go to her work.
In her everyday ride, she always passes the same place where she sees a perfect couple. She spends her time fantasizing about what those two people’s life might be like. However, as you might expect, it was not perfect at all. The wife who’s living in that house named Megan has been having an affair with Tom, Rachel’s ex-husband, who is currently married to Anna.
Along the way of Rachel’s fantasy, the mystery of the story that surrounds Rachel, Tom, Anna, and Megan will be revealed bit by bit throughout the story.
So, what do you think of the cast of “The Girl On The Train?” Share your thoughts below.
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