By the time January 1 comes around, chances are you’re ready for non holiday movies — and Amazon has a ton of good ones. From classics like ‘She’s All That,’ ‘Rent’ and ‘Maid in Manhattan,’ to new original series like ‘Sneaky Pete,’ here’s the full list of everything available in January on Amazon.
‘The Girl On The Train’ is now in theaters, and fans of Paula Hawkins’ book have been anxious to see the best-selling novel on big screen. Before heading to the movies, here’s a refresher on the 7 most shocking moments in the book! SPOILERS AHEAD!
When a book becomes a movie, there’s always that hesitation — will it be what you envisioned? Will it include those moments you loved in the book? For ‘The Girl on the Train,’ many jumped to comparisons to ‘Gone Girl,’ but if you watch it without thinking that, you may not be so tough.
Just because they both have ‘girl’ in the title, ‘The Girl on the Train’ and ‘Gone Girl’ are nothing alike. The books-turned-movies have been compared lately after the success of ‘Gone Girl’ and the upcoming release of ‘The Girl on the Train,’ but in fact, the differences are more apparent than the similarities.
Emily Blunt looked like a princess with a bejeweled updo and colorful Alexander McQueen dress at the London premiere of ‘Girl On The Train’ on Sept. 20. Get the details on her hair and makeup look below!
‘The Girl on the Train’ is all anyone can talk about. The movie adaptation is hitting theaters in just a few months and everyone is still obsessing over the book. Need a new page-turner? Here are 5 books you need to read if you loved ‘The Girl on the Train!’