Tomorrow (October 7) sees one of 2016's most eagerly-anticipated thrillers, The Girl on the Train,
finally hit UK cinemas.
Starring Emily Blunt as an alcoholic divorcee who becomes embroiled in the search for a missing women after witnessing something during her commute, if the film's mix of sex, violence, streaked mascara and pre-lunctime martinis in a tin don't get your bum in a seat, we know one thing that will, and it goes by the name of Luke Evans.
The 37-year-old Welshman Scott Hipwell, the husband of the aforementioned missing woman (we've got our eye on you, Scott), and as the pictures we've gathered together prove, he's more than worth the trip to you local branch of Cineworld.
After turns in everything from the Fast & Furious
series to the Hobbit
trilogy, Evans continues to become one of the most prominent (and bankable) LGBT stars in Hollywood - a position that is only grow when he stars as Gaston in next year's eagerly-anticipated live action remake of Disney's Beauty and the Beast
For now though, we'll be making the most of heartbreakingly handsome hunk's brooding looks and suspicious glances in the the movie adaptation of Paula Hawkins' addictive best-seller. To whet your appetite, here's some of Mr E's best moments, both on and off screen.
The Girl on the Train
hits UK cinemas tomorrow (October 7).
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