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Rebecca Ferguson, star of Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, is rumoured to be joining Emily Blunt in the film adaptation of the bestselling novel The Girl on the Train.

DreamWorks acquired the rights to Paula Hawkins hit novel last year. It will be directed by Tate Taylor and the book adapted for screen by Erin Cressida Wilson.

Ferguson joins the cast of this thriller that has three main female roles. Emily Blunt plays the lead character who becomes fascinated by a married couple when she watches them from the train every morning. She witnesses a tragedy in their home but is considered an unreliable witness. Buy the book here and read it before you see the film.

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