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The Girl on the Train
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Lithuania Box Office $68,794Details
Worldwide Box Office $170,327,930Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $4,897,151 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $4,449,385 Details
Total North America Video Sales $9,346,536
Further financial details...

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Rachel, who is devastated by her recent divorce, spends her daily commute fantasizing about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day, until one morning she sees something shocking happen there and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$45,000,000
Lithuania Releases: October 7th, 2016 (Wide), released as Mergina traukiny
Video Release: January 3rd, 2017 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for violence, sexual content, language and nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2432 (Cert #50534), 7/6/2016)
Running Time: 112 minutes
Keywords: Addiction, Relationships Gone Wrong, Missing Person, Depression, Infertility, Black Out Drunk, Gaslighting
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Marc Platt Productions, DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Entertainment One
Production Countries: United States


Emily Blunt    Rachel
Rebecca Ferguson    Anna
Haley Bennett    Megan
Justin Theroux    Tom
Luke Evans    Scott
Allison Janney    Detective Riley
Edgar Ramirez    Dr. Kamal Abdic
Lisa Kudrow    Martha
Laura Prepon    Cathy
Darren Goldstein    Man in the Suit
Cleta E. Ellington    Oyster Bar Woman
Lana Young    Doctor
Rachel Christopher    Woman with Child
Fernando Medina    Pool Player
Gregory Morley    Officer Pete
Mac Tavares    Detective Gaskill
John Norris    Jason
Nathan Shapiro    Meeting Member
Tamiel Paynes    Central Park Drummer Boy
Peter Mayer-Klepchick    Mac

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tate Taylor
Screenwriter    Erin Cressida Wilson
Based on the novel by    Paula Hawkins
Producer    Marc Platt
Producer    Jared LeBoff
Director of Photography    Charlotte Bruus Christensen
Production Designer    Kevin Thompson
Editor    Michael McCusker
Editor    Andrew Buckland
Costume Designer    Michelle Matland
Costume Designer    Ann Roth
Music Supervisor    Jonathan Karp
Casting Director    Kerry Barden
Casting Director    Paul Schnee
Composer    Danny Elfman
Unit Production Manager    Deb Dyer
First Assistant Director    Cleta E. Ellington
Second Assistant Director    Derek Wimble
Co-Producer    Holly Bario
Co-Producer    Deb Dyer
Re-recording Mixer    Scott Millan
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Paul Urmson
Art Director    Deborah Jensen
Assistant Art Director    Michael Auszura
Assistant Art Director    Nithya Shrinivasan
Set Decorator    Susan Bode
Script Supervisor    Mary Bailey
Sound Mixer    Danny Michael
Special Effects Coordinator    Jeff Brink
Costume Supervisor    David Davenport
Make up    Bernadette Mazur
Make up    Donald Kozma
Hairstylist    Alan D'Angerio
Location Manager    Joe Guest
Second Unit Director    Patrick Capone
Unit Production Manager    Joe Guest
Post-Production Supervisor    Alexis Wiscomb
Post-Production Executive    Justin Ostensen
Music Editor    Bill Abbott
Music Editor    Nic Ratner
Score Recordist    Noah Snyder
Score Recordist    Lawrence Manchester
Score Mixer    Noah Snyder
Dialogue Editor    Jac Rubenstein
Sound Effects Editor    Wyatt Sprague
Sound Designer    Skip Lievsay
Foley Mixer    Matthew Haasch
Visual Effects Supervisor    Mitchell Ferm
Visual Effects Supervisor    John Bair
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Vivian Connolly
Visual Effects Supervisor    Brendan Taylor
Visual Effects Producer    Greg Behrens
Visual Effects Supervisor    David Isyomin
Visual Effects Producer    Christina Delerme

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/10/07 4 $23,465   80 $293   $25,724 1
2016/10/14 8 $10,182 -57% 37 $275   $45,954 2
2016/10/21 10 $5,892 -42% 20 $295   $56,315 3
2016/10/28 13 $1,694 -71% 5 $339   $62,656 4
2016/11/04 14 $2,162 +28% 7 $309   $68,518 5
2016/11/11 18 $451 -79% 1 $451   $68,303 6
2016/11/18 15 $991 +120% 3 $330   $68,177 7
2016/11/25 17 $306 -69% 2 $153   $68,794 8

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 11/18/2016 $453,910 111 120 551 $1,828,951 3/9/2017
Australia 10/7/2016 $3,026,202 272 296 2007 $11,723,056 1/23/2017
Bolivia 11/4/2016 $13,000 8 8 8 $13,000 11/7/2016
Brazil 10/28/2016 $904,404 397 397 1339 $3,194,463 12/21/2016
Bulgaria 10/7/2016 $22,990 0 0 0 $80,292 11/18/2016
Chile 11/4/2016 $106,781 41 41 146 $392,539 12/21/2016
Colombia 10/6/2016 $199,254 75 75 215 $612,815 11/22/2016
Czech Republic 10/7/2016 $183,322 81 81 323 $723,588 12/7/2016
Italy 11/4/2016 $1,819,774 0 0 0 $5,165,584 12/7/2016
Japan 11/18/2016 $93,184 15 15 15 $93,184 11/22/2016
Lithuania 10/7/2016 $23,465 80 80 155 $68,794 11/30/2016
Malaysia 10/6/2016 $76,164 37 37 113 $173,355 11/8/2016
Mexico 11/11/2016 $1,082,782 478 478 1698 $3,279,342 2/1/2017
Netherlands 10/6/2016 $362,454 97 98 648 $1,610,075 12/7/2016
New Zealand 10/7/2016 $403,013 102 112 673 $1,437,752 12/12/2016
North America 10/7/2016 $24,536,265 3144 3241 15948 $75,395,035
Panama 11/3/2016 $0 0 85 165 $414,446 1/5/2017
Peru 11/25/2016 $113,154 37 37 66 $281,725 12/21/2016
Philippines 10/5/2016 $260,786 147 147 183 $389,551 10/25/2016
Portugal 10/6/2016 $253,886 64 69 343 $1,068,061 12/15/2016
Russia (CIS) 11/4/2016 $1,900,279 721 721 1923 $19,000,279 12/6/2016
Singapore 10/6/2016 $169,034 28 28 80 $343,647 12/6/2016
Slovakia 10/7/2016 $89,716 63 63 200 $322,143 12/16/2016
Slovenia 10/7/2016 $19,791 13 19 68 $84,759 12/6/2016
South Korea 2/22/2017 $0 0 319 324 $193,720 4/19/2017
Spain 10/21/2016 $1,051,684 474 474 1653 $4,125,029 12/16/2016
Taiwan 10/7/2016 $350,097 71 77 202 $874,644 11/8/2016
Thailand 10/6/2016 $142,306 36 36 116 $323,514 11/8/2016
Trinidad 10/14/2016 $11,000 12 12 12 $11,000 10/17/2016
Turkey 10/7/2016 $142,622 110 110 278 $400,444 11/2/2016
United Kingdom 10/7/2016 $8,652,008 612 630 3507 $28,812,149 11/23/2016
Venezuela 11/4/2016 $26,635 33 37 102 $128,402 1/11/2017
Rest of World $7,762,592
Worldwide Total$170,327,930 4/19/2017

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