Chris Evans & Jared Leto Could Be Starring In Film Adaptation Of ‘The Girl On The Train’

Jared Leto and Chris Evans are reportedly circling roles in the upcoming film The Girl on the Train, based on the best-selling novel of the same title!

Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson andHaley Bennett are already signed on for the cinematic adaptation of the popularPaula Hawkins book.

Chris would play Tom, the ex husband of Emily‘s character. Jared would play the husband of Haley‘s character, THRreports. The one snafu of this amazing casting news could be scheduling, because both actors are extremely busy with upcoming projects. (credit)

I have yet to this book but I do plan to before the movie comes out. I mean the fact that Emily Blunt has signed up, and let’s be real her career is on a real hot streak at the moment. Then these two as leading men? Well this is something I can get behind. So much beauty in one film.

Considering they already mentioned it may no happen due to busy schedules kind of bums me out. Why even put this idea in my head? Why even give me the idea that these two could potentially be in a movie? Know why? They want us to get sucked in already. The producers and whoever else want us to get ready for this movie and by saying these two hotties are going to be in it, well it just makes us want to go and see it even more!

I am onto you producers, directors, and whoever else is involved in this. You can’t get by me!

Seriously though let me know what you think of this potential casting and if I should read the book here.

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