Friday, July 22, 2016

NEW POSTERS FOR 'THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN' WITH EMILY BLUNT, LUKE EVANS, 'THE 9TH LIFE OF LOUIS DRAX' WITH JAMIE DORNAN, SARAH GADON, AARON PAUL

  'THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN'
NEW POSTER AND TRAILER
Just two trailers for you today, starting with the second trailer for Emily Blunt's THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN which will choo choo its way into cinemas this October  following divorced Rachel Watson who goes to work in London by train passing every day by her old house in which she lived in with her husband (Justin Theroux), who still lives there, with his new wife (Rebecca Ferguson) and child. As she attempts to not focus on her pain, she starts watching a couple who live a few houses down - Megan and Scott Hipwell (Luke Evans). She creates a wonderful dream life for them in her head, about how they are a perfect happy family. And then one day, as the train passes, she sees something shocking, filling her with rage. The next day, she wakes up with a horrible hangover, various wounds and bruises, and no memory of the night before. She has only a feeling: something bad happened. Then come the TV reports: Megan Hipwell is missing. Rachel becomes invested in the case and trying to find out what happened to Megan, where she is, and what exactly she herself was up to that same night Megan went missing.



  'THE 9TH LIFE OF LOUIS DRAX'
 STUNNING NEW POSTER!
Speaking of thrillers and suspense, check out the gorgeous new poster for Jamie Dornan's THE 9TH LIFE OF LOUIS DRAX! Out this September it also stars Sarah Gadon, Aaron Paul, Oliver Platt and  Barbara Hershey. The story begins on Louis Drax's 9th birthday, when a lifetime of curious mishaps culminates in the boy's near-fatal fall. Desperate to reveal the strange circumstances behind the young boy's accident and dark coincidences that have plagued his entire life, Dr. Allan Pascal (Jamie Dornan) is drawn into a thrilling mystery that explores the nature of the sixth sense, testing the boundaries of fantasy and reality.

15 comments:

  1. Heard good things about "Girl on a Train", could be a cracker!

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  2. The Girl on a Train sounds like an intense psychological thriller!

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  3. Can't wait to see both of these. They both look intense. I read the book The Girl on the Train and enjoyed it. Hopefully the movie will be as good.

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    1. fingers crossed, I know many people liked it

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  4. A train! A train!
    A train! A train!
    Could you, would you,
    on a train?

    Not on a train! Not in a tree!
    Not in a car! Sam! Let me be!

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    1. Wait til you have kids, Adam. You'll never want to hear that one again. I had to read that story every night to my daughter when she was little. I'm sure it's permanently embedded in my brain now.

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    2. what a wonderfully naughty rhyme!

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  5. I saw the book for Girl on the Train at the library today and thought about grabbing it. Instead, I walked out with 12 vegetarian and vegan cookbooks lol

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    1. he he he .... wait till you start perusing the recipes from the book... you will think you need to go to Mars to get all the ingredients :)

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    2. I did a lot of research in the vegetarian section of my grocers this weekend. As soon as we get back from vacay, I am going to try seitan and some of the breakfast veggie sausages they have. I am a little miffed at how expensive these items are, so I am going to have to see if I can find a recipe to make them on my own.

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    3. you should probably stay away from the ready-made products even if they're vegetarian, since you never know what they have inside, and you now need to stay away 100% from anything industrial, even canned things. From now on - cook everything from the natural ingredients from the scratch :) You can even make your own seitan (it's made just from flour and water) but I don't know if flour is good for you?

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  6. ThIs got me excited! I can't wait to watch Girl on a Train. They changed the venue to NYC though. I would have preferred they capture the exact landscape described in the novel but I trust the movie makers will keep the suspense and twisted plot the book is known for.

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    1. Fingers crossed, the place does look rather gloomy

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