Just wanted to report that two movies based on a novel are on top of the box-office. The Girl on the Train made it to first place with $24.6 million, an average of $7,844 per theater. Internationally, the movie, directed by Tate Taylor, made $1.2 million. The film stars Emily Blunt as Rachel Watson, Haley Bennett as Megan Hipwell, Rebecca Ferguson as Anna Watson, Luke Evans as Scott Hipwell, Aillison Janney as Detective Sgt. Riley, Edgar Ramirez as Dr. Kamal Abdic, Lisa Kudrow as Martha and last but not least Laura Prepon as Cathy.
The second place goes to Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (a movie that was first place last week) made an addition $15 million for a current total of $51 million. The film is directed by Tim Burton and was made for about $110 million. It stars Eva Green as the Miss Alma Lefay Peregrine, Asa ButterField as Jacob "Jake" Portman, Samuel L. Jackson as Mr. Barron, Judi Dench as Miss Esmeralda Avocet, Terence Stamp as Abraham "Abe" Portman, Ella Purnell as Emma Bloom, Milo Parker as Hugh Apiston, Allision Janney as Dr. Golan, Rupert Everett as an ornithologist, Chris O' Dowd as Franklin Portman, and last but not least Kim Dickens of Gone Girl as Maryann Portman.
I'm glad to see both movie reaching the top of the competitions and I hope you guys definitely read the books as well. I hope everyone is having a great autumnal season. Take care and keep coming here to check out my blog:)