Wednesday, December 30, 2015

FIRST IMAGES OF EMILY BLUNT IN 'THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN' AND MOWGLI AND LUPITA NYONGO'S WOLF RAKSHA IN DISNEY'S 'THE JUNGLE BOOK'

EMILY  BLUNT
IN THE FIRST PHOTOS FROM 'THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN'
New movie images for you today! Beginning with first photos from EW of Emily Blunt as THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN! She leads the cast in the adaptation of the popular bestseller as an unemployed alcoholic who becomes obsessed with a couple (Luke Evans and Hayley Bennett) that she sees every day from her train, during a commute that takes her past the home her ex-husband (Justin Theroux) shares with his new wife (Rebecca Ferguson). One day she accidentally witnesses an act of betrayal, followed shortly thereafter by the young woman’s disappearance.

DISNEY'S 'THE JUNGLE BOOK'
REVEALS NEW PHOTO OF RAKSHA
Empire has, meanwhile, published a new photo from this April's THE JUNGLE BOOK featuring little Mowgli and his adoptive wolf mother Raksha who gets her voice from Lupita Nyong'o! Ben Kingsley, Idris Elba and Scarlett Johansson also feature in Disney's movie.

52 comments:

  1. I like Emily Blunt, and I heard that was a good book.

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    1. yep, tons of ladies seem to have liked it :) We do adore Emily and Luke too!

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  2. I've just finished reading THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN. I'm looking forward to seeing this.

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    1. isn't it fun when a movie appears of a book you've read? There will be tons of adaptations next year, from this to ME BEFORE YOU by Jojo Moyes and many others

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    2. I am looking forward to Me Before You. It was such a thought provoking book!

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    3. and the cast is simply delightful!

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  3. I haven't read The Girl on the Train. Sounds like an interesting story. I'll have to look for it at the bookstore, and then maybe see this movie.

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    1. I know some people loved it, some thought it was poorly written, so you will have to see for yourself :)

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    1. We've got a plan:) Hope your New Year is filled with wonder and delight, dear Dez.

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    2. and with work, that is what I always wish for, Sandra.

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    3. Keeping my fingers crossed for you.

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    4. For you and Sandra.

      P.S. Jungle Book: The CGI Adventure?

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    5. the other JUNGLE BOOK coming a year after will be live action

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    6. when they find an ape soprano

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    7. whose nuts? They didn't even find him...

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  5. I find the premise of The Girl in the Train fascinating. My latest draft is about something that I noticed during my daily commute.

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    1. it is rather intriguing, isn't it? And train commutes can be so inspiring. Although I had more horrors than thrills during them LOL

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  6. I'd say it's been 20 years since I've seen the cartoon version

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    1. Dezz how can this be? Adam is 20, isn't he?

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    2. I think he's older than us, just acting younger

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    3. he does look older than us youngsters, no?

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    4. Of course. That goes without saying. And you know Adam isn't much of a talker.

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    5. nor a commenter, nor a comment responder :)

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  7. I saw those pics on EW this morning. I've heard great things about that book. I hope the movie stands up.

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    1. fingers crossed! Thanks for popping over, hope to see you here often!

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  8. Both of these are on my must see list! It's going to be a great year for movies!

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    1. a much better one than this one!

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    2. boo and hiss and on him and his best friend

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    3. I wonder if he he come of with a new batvoice too....

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    4. he did get a new muscly body and got a boot from that mediocre wife of his...

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    5. I'd like to see him take of that outfit and look in the mirror...

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  9. I just got a copy of the book, The Girl on the Train and I am wondering if I should read it or surprise myself with the movie?

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    1. read it first and then watch the movie

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  10. I hate public transport, but I'd take that train.

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    1. I hate it too, which is why I've ruined my feet going everywhere all me life on foot :( It used to take me an hour on foot to get to school and an hour to get back, snow or rain.

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    2. it was a suckaton :) and still is, since I still go to town on foot. And you should see the state of our streets and pavements.... wait, what pavements? We often don't even have them :)

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    3. It's a disgrace. How's the roof?

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    4. I've no idea, leaking as always, methinks.

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  11. I just got a copy of the book, The Girl on the Train and I am wondering if I should read it or surprise myself with the movie?

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    1. read the book first and then watch the film!

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  12. I didn't know there was going to be a new Jungle Book movie! I still need to read The Girl on the Train. Thanks for sharing. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. not just one, but two, sister, another one is coming a year after with Cate Blanchett as the snake Ka :)

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