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Year: 2016
Original Title: The Girl on the Train
Length: 111 minutes
Genre: Thriller, Mistery
Studios: DreamWorks SKG, Reliance Entertainment
Distributor: Touchstone Pictures
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: October 05 2016

United States: October 07 2016


Ranking: 2,428 out of 15,908 movies (up 1020)

Ranked #468 in list 'The best movies ever'


6.1 by 25 users

6.0 by Movie'n'co

5.9 by 8 media


Tate Taylor directs this adaptation of the bestselling novel by Paula Hawkins, 'The Girl on the Train', a mystery thriller that starts with the newly divorced Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) on a train, the one she takes every day on her way to London for work. In this journey Rachel is forced to travel past her old house, where her her ex husband lives with his new partner and their son. This is something that keeps alive a deep sense of pain that Watson just wants to forget. So, as an escape, Rachel begins to notice a couple living a few houses away, Megan (Haley Bennett) and Scott Hipwell (Luke Evans), some strangers that she imagines have a happy marriage. Until one day she witnesses a weird incident from the window of the train, that leaves her shocked and full of rage. The next day she wakes up, with no memory of the night before, with the news of the disappearance of Megan and decides to investigate what happened in those hours that she has no memory of what happened to Megan or the relationship they had. Erin Cressida Wilson writes the screenplay for this adaptation that has also includes the likes of Rebecca Ferguson, Justin Theroux, Allison Janney, Edgar Ramirez, Lisa Kudrow, Merritt Wever and Laura Prepon. Hide full plot... Show full plot


Cast The Girl on the Train



Trivia The Girl on the Train

Chris Evans was considered to play Tom and even entered negotiations but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts with another movie. He was replaced by Justin Theroux. Kate Mara was attached to the role of Megan, but dropped out. Haley Bennett ended up replacing her. Emily Blunt and Rebecca Ferguson have both co-starred in blockbusters with Tom Cruise. Blunt in 'All You Need Is Kill' and Ferguson in 'Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation'.