SONY CLASSICAL RELEASES ‘THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN’ – ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK


Featuring Music by Danny Elfman
Available October 7, 2016

Sony Classical released today The Girl On The Train (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), featuring the music by Danny Elfman. The movie is also arriving in theatres today.

ABOUT THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN
EMILY BLUNT (Sicario, Edge of Tomorrow) leads the all-star cast of DreamWorks Pictures’ The Girl on the Train, from director TATE TAYLOR (The Help, Get on Up) and producer MARC PLATT (Bridge of Spies, Into the Woods).  Based on author PAULA HAWKINS’ bestselling novel, the thriller that has riveted millions now makes its way to the big screen.

Reeling from a recent divorce and searching to preoccupy her days, Rachel Watson (Blunt) spends her weekday commute to and from Manhattan quietly gazing out the train windows.  Every morning and evening, she relives memories from just outside the home once shared with now ex-husband Tom (JUSTIN THEROUX of The Leftovers, The Ten), who now lives there with his new wife, Anna (REBECCA FERGUSON of Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, upcoming The Snowman), and their baby.

To distract herself from a secret addiction that causes unsettling blackouts, Rachel becomes intrigued by the occupants of another house on the route, 15 Beckett Road—a few doors down from her former one.  There, blissfully unaware that a stranger is watching so longingly, the seemingly perfect couple Megan (HALEY BENNETT of The Equalizer, The Magnificent Seven) and Scott (LUKE EVANS of Dracula Untold, upcoming Beauty and the Beast) go about the business of suburban life.

For months, Rachel has stolen glimpses of the stunning Megan and handsome Scott as they sip morning coffee by their windows or laugh on their porch at nighttime—and imagined how idyllic their world must be.  The seemingly carefree young woman is the portrait of everything that Rachel tried to be during her years with Tom, in a marriage from which she refuses to let go.

One day, on her way into the city, the inebriated Rachel witnesses something so shocking in Megan and Scott’s backyard that it rocks her to the core.  Soon after, when news breaks that the young woman has gone missing and is feared dead, Rachel decides to come forward and tell the police.  But can she trust what she thinks she witnessed, or is she entangled in the crime itself?  When one voyeur crosses the dangerous line between concerned and obsessed, she will either find the real killer…or discover that there is innocent blood on her own hands. For updates, please visit http://www. thegirlonthetrainmovie.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/ GirlOnTheTrainFilm.

ABOUT DANNY ELFMAN
Over the last 30 years, four-time Oscar® nominee Danny Elfman has established himself as one of the most versatile and accomplished film composers in the industry. He has collaborated with such directors as Tim Burton, David O. Russell, Gus Van Sant, Sam Raimi, Paul Haggis, Ang Lee, Rob Marshall, Guillermo del Toro, Brian De Palma, and Peter Jackson. Beginning with his first score on Tim Burton’s Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, Elfman has scored a broad range of films, including: Milk (Oscar® nominated), Good Will Hunting (Oscar® nominated), Big Fish (Oscar® nominated), Men in Black(Oscar® nominated), Edward Scissorhands, Wanted, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Mission: Impossible, Planet of the Apes, A Simple Plan, To Die For, Spider-Man (1 & 2), Batman, Dolores Claiborne, Sommersby, Chicago, Dick Tracy, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Alice in Wonderland, Goosebumps, David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle, Errol Morris’ The Unknown Known, Fifty Shades of Grey, and Marvel Studios’ blockbuster smash hit Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Elfman’s most recent work includes the Sundance favorite The End of the Tour, and Alice Through The Looking Glass, Up next for Elfman is Tulip Fever for the Weinstein Company and Fifty Shades Darker for Universal Studios.

A native of Los Angeles, Elfman grew up loving film music. He travelled the world as a young man, absorbing its musical diversity. He helped found the band Oingo Boingo, and came to the attention of a young Tim Burton, who asked him to write the score for Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. (25 years later, the two have forged one of the most fruitful composer-director collaborations in film history.) In addition to his film work, Elfman wrote the iconic theme music for The Simpsonsand Desperate Housewives. He also composed a ballet, Rabbit and Rogue, choreographed by Twyla Tharp, a symphonySerenada Schizophrana for Carnegie Hall, an overture The Overeager Overture for the Hollywood Bowl, and, Iris—a Cirque du Soleil show at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre.  Danny Elfman’s Music From the Films of Tim Burton had its concert premiere at London’s Royal Albert Hall and has since had over 50 performances in over 13 countries, and for the second year Danny Elfman will be performing the songs from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas live in concert at The Hollywood Bowl on OCT 28, 29 & 30th, Last year’s concerts were sold out and received rave reviews.

The Girl On The Train (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) tracklist:

1.    Riding the Train
2.    Something’s Not Right
3.    Megan
4.    Rachel
5.    Stolen?
6.    3 Women
7.    All F*cked Up!
8.    Wasted
9.    Missing Time
10.  Day One
11.  Deviled Eggs
12.  Touch Myself
13.  Uncertainty
14.  The Perfect Couple/ Password
15.  I’m Sorry
16.  A Sad Liar
17.  You’re Always Wasted
18.  Memory
19.  Really Creepy
20.  Just Desserts
21.  Self Defense
22.  Resolution
23.  The Girl On The Train – Main Titles

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