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The Magnificent Seven is a 2016 American western action film directed by Antoine Fuqua and written by Nic Pizzolatto and Richard Wenk. It is a remake of the 1960 western film of the same name, which in turn was a reimagination of the 1954 Japanese film Seven Samurai. The film stars Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D'Onofrio, Lee Byung-hun, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Martin Sensmeier, Haley Bennett, and Peter Sarsgaard. It is the final film of composer James Horner, who died the previous year after composing a part of the score; his friend Simon Franglen completed the music.

Principal photography began on May 18, 2015, in the north of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Magnificent Seven premiered on September 8, 2016, at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, and was released in the United States on September 23, 2016, in conventional and IMAX theatres.[4] The film received mixed reviews from critics, although the cast was praised, and grossed $160 million worldwide.

In 1879, corrupt industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard) besieges the mining town of Rose Creek and slaughters a group of locals led by Matthew Cullen (Matt Bomer) when they attempt to stand up to him. Matthew's wife, Emma Cullen (Haley Bennett), and her friend Teddy Q. (Luke Grimes) ride to the nearest town in search of someone who can help them and come upon warrant officer Sam Chisolm (Denzel Washington) of Wichita, Kansas, who initially declines their proposal until he learns of Bogue's involvement.

Chisolm sets out to recruit a group of gunslingers who can help him, starting with gambler Josh Faraday (Chris Pratt). They are later joined by sharpshooter Goodnight Robicheaux (Ethan Hawke), knife-wielding Billy Rocks (Lee Byung-hun), notorious Mexican outlaw Vasquez (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), skilled tracker Jack Horne (Vincent D'Onofrio), and Comanche warrior Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier).

Arriving in Rose Creek, the seven engage in a gunfight with Bogue's enforcer McCann (Cam Gigandet) and his men, shoot dead 22 of them, and drive the corrupt sheriff away with a warning to leave Rose Creek alone. Surmising that Bogue and his forces will return in a week, the seven train the townspeople to defend their home and grow fond of them. Robicheaux, haunted by the horrors of the Civil War and fearing the killing he will be a part of, abandons the group and is replaced by Cullen.

Bogue arrives with an army of mercenaries and attacks the city, which has been rigged with multiple bombs and traps. A massive shootout ensues, during which Robicheaux rejoins the group. Bogue then unveils his secret weapon, a Gatling gun, with which he decimates the town and kills many of both sides. Realizing they're outgunned, the seven evacuate the townspeople and mount their last stand. Horne is killed by Bogue's Comanche assassin Denali (Jonathan Joss), who is later killed by Red Harvest.

Robicheaux and Rocks are killed by a second round of gunfire. Faraday makes a suicidal charge up to the remainder of Bogue's men and detonates a stick of dynamite, destroying the Gatling gun and himself. Bogue flees into town, where he is confronted by Chisolm, who disarms and wounds Bogue. As Chisolm is strangling Bogue, he reveals that Bogue and his men raped and murdered his mother and sisters during a raid several years earlier, in which he himself survived being hanged. Bogue is then fatally shot by Cullen while attempting to shoot Chisolm with a hidden gun in his boot.

In the aftermath, Faraday, Robicheaux, Rocks and Horne are buried in town and honored by the people of Rose Creek as heroes, while Chisolm, Vasquez and Red Harvest ride off. The film ends with Cullen remarking that their heroism made them legends and that it was "magnificent".

The Magnificent Seven

Denzel Washington as Sam Chisolm, an African-American warrant officer from Wichita, Kansas, and leader of the Seven
Chris Pratt as Joshua Faraday, a gambler and a ladies man with a fondness for explosives
Ethan Hawke as Goodnight Robicheaux, a Confederate veteran and sharpshooter who is haunted by his past
Vincent D'Onofrio as Jack Horne, a very religious tracker and mountain man
Byung-hun Lee as Billy Rocks, an East Asian immigrant and assassin who likes to utilize knives
Manuel Garcia-Rulfo as Vasquez, a Mexican outlaw who has been on the run for several months
Martin Sensmeier as Red Harvest, an exiled Comanche warrior and the youngest of the Seven
Other characters

Haley Bennett as Emma Cullen, a young woman who hires the Seven
Peter Sarsgaard as Bartholomew Bogue, a corrupt industrialist
Luke Grimes as Teddy Q, Emma's friend who helps her hire the Seven
Matt Bomer as Matthew Cullen, Emma's husband, who is killed by Bogue
Jonathan Joss as Denali, an exiled Comanche warrior who works with Bogue
Cam Gigandet as McCann, Bogue's right-hand-man
Sean Bridgers as Fanning
Billy Slaughter as Josiah

When I first said yes, it was on my mind. Absolutely. But once you go in, you just go in. You just say, "OK, I'm going do it and make my version of it." My big lesson so far is that when you do that you have to respect the film's DNA and you have to respect certain elements of the film because when you respect that you're respecting the people that love the film. Sometimes when people see movies they take whatever is going on in their life into the movie theater. And if the movie affects them a certain way, if you don't give them at least that feeling again or that idea again — even if it's done in a different package — then it's difficult to satisfy them. On Magnificent Seven, I kept reminding myself of when I was a 12‑year‑old boy, when I was a kid watching it with my grandmother, what was the feeling I had? How much fun was it? How cool were they? For me, I always had my grandmother in my mind when making a film. Would she enjoy this film?.

—Director Antoine Fuqua on his approach to the remake.[5]
Fuqua has loved Western films since he was a young boy, watching them at home with his family. He discovered the genre at the age of 12 and has said that his grandmother was a key influence and inspiration in the remake.[5][6][7] The two of them had a penchant for Western films and would watch them together, including films such as Duel in the Sun (1946), Shane (1953) The Searchers (1956), The Magnificent Seven (1960), and The Wild Bunch (1969), and the movies of Steve McQueen, Yul Brynner, James Cagney, and Humphrey Bogart.[6][8][9] Fuqua tried to stay true to the DNA of Seven Samurai in his remake.[7] The film was reported to be in the planning stages in 2012, with Tom Cruise starring. It was reported that Kevin Costner, Morgan Freeman, and Matt Damon might join the film.[10] In early 2014, MGM chairman Gary Barber and his cohorts approached Fuqua to read the script by Richard Wenk and Nic Pizzolatto, while Fuqua was making Southpaw.[11] Fuqua said he wanted to remake the film because the subject of tyranny and terrorism still prevails as it did in Seven Samurai. He has said that there is therefore a strong need for people to come and serve, which is what samurai means – "to serve."[12] Fuqua never thought of getting a chance to direct a Western film, and when MGM called him to helm the picture, he hesitated at first, recalling how amazing he thought Seven Samurai and its director, Kurosawa, were. The decision was not easy for him, citing for example of how many people are unaware that Scarface was a remake from the film of the same name released in 1932.[9]

Fuqua worked to create a diverse cast[13] by incorporating actors of color such as African-American Denzel Washington, Korean Byung-hun Lee and Mexican Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, as well as a woman (Haley Bennett).[14] It is a decision Fuqua says reflects historical reality more than it does any conscious attempt to update the story. "There were a lot of black cowboys, a lot of Native Americans; Asians working on the railroads. The truth of the West is more modern than the movies have been."[15] When Fuqua met studio executives to see the possible actors for the film, he found out that they were all white. He found this to be problematic and wanted instead to make the cast diverse so that the audience could identify with more of the characters.[16] The actors were cast between December 2014 and July 2015.[17][18][19][20] At one point, Jason Momoa was in talks to join the project but had had to leave because he was already booked to play Aquaman.[21] The cast were put through cowboy training before filming commenced.[6] They were sent to boot camps in order to hone their skills.[16] Fuqua further brought the remake up-to-date by changing the names and occupations of the seven, casting a diverse set of actors and making sure the lead female Emma Cullen, played by Haley Bennett, did not conform to stereotypes.[16]

Denzel Washington plays Sam Chisolm ("the Bounty Hunter"), a duly sworn warrant officer from Wichita, Kansas who goes after bad guys.[22] Washington's character was renamed from Chris Adams (played by Yul Brynner in the original film) to Sam Chisolm.[23] It is Washington's first Western film.[24] Washington did not watch Western films growing up since it was the end of the Western era in the movies. Moreover, he and his siblings were barred from going to the cinema since his father was a minister in a church. They instead grew up watching biblical films like King of Kings and The Ten Commandments. However, he has admitted seeing portions of Rawhide and Bonanza shows.[12][24] He did not watch the original film in preparation for this but has watched Seven Samurai.[24] This was an arbitrary decision of his, since he figured that watching the original film would not help him much, "[Not seeing it] allowed me to do whatever I wanted to do. Instead of trying not to do what someone else did."[25][26] As with his previous films, Washington would start off the day by kneeling down and praying, asking for forgiveness for all his wrong-doings, "For me, this is more than just making movies. It is a platform."[12] Fuqua said that Washington, whom he has twice collaborated with, was his first choice to be cast irrespective of which role. The producers were skeptical whether he would take the job since it was a Western film. Fuqua then flew to New York City to negotiate with Washington, who accepted the offer.[5][8]

Chris Pratt plays Josh Faraday ("the Gambler").[27] According to Pratt, Faraday is "a bit of a fox, a trickster. He's a gambler, a drinker. He loves the ladies. But he's deadly in a fire fight."[22] Like Washington, it is also Pratt's first Western film and the first film in which the two have starred together.[24] Pratt began watching Western films at the age of 31 while filming in London and would watch films like The Westerner (1940). He credits Gary Cooper for revitalizing his perspective towards Western films.[12][24] Pratt's character was the toughest to find. Fuqua was well aware of Pratt's penchant towards Western films. He and his team then approached Pratt who called back in a few days singing "Oh Shenandoah," to which Fuqua replied, "He's it. He's Steve McQueen."[5]

Ethan Hawke is Goodnight Robicheaux ("the Sharpshooter"), a former Confederate soldier. Unlike the 1960 version, Hawke's version is more haunted and mature. Fuqua had one idea – to keep picturing Goodnight as if Christopher Walken's character Nikanor "Nick" Chevotarevich in The Deer Hunter was a Civil War veteran; just a shattered person.[28] Hawke was the first person to come on board after the project was finalized.[11] Like Washington, The Magnificent Seven marks the third collaboration between Hawke and Fuqua after Training Day (2001) and Brooklyn's Finest (2009).[28] Hawke stumbled upon Fuqua and Washington during the New York premiere of The Equalizer in 2014 and, upon learning that a remake was in the works, he asked Fuqua to cast him in the film.[28]

Manuel Garcia-Rulfo plays Vasquez ("the Outlaw"), a bandit, robber, and criminal who has been on the run for several months. He does not have anything to lose because he has no family. He describes his character as someone who loves gunfighting.[29]

Martin Sensmeier plays Red Harvest ("the Warrior"), a native Comanche who joins the group.[27][29] Sensmeier auditioned several times in order to get the role. He stayed off social media and studied intently in order to portray his part.[13] Scotty Augere, who previously worked on Dances with Wolves, taught Sensmeier how to ride a horse bareback and would ride with him two hours a day.[13]

James Horner was tapped to write the film's score, but he died (on June 22, 2015), before filming could commence. In July 2015 Fuqua learned that the composer had already begun working on the music before his passing.[30] Horner's friend and score producer Simon Franglen co-composed the score afterward. It was released on September 16, 2016 by Sony Classical, and is the third Horner-score released posthumously.[31]

Principal photography on the film lasted 64 days, from March 18 to August 18, 2015, in the north of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.[32][33][34] Other locations include St. Francisville; Zachary, Louisiana; Ridgway, Colorado; and New Mexico.[11][33][34] Filming in St. Francisville was completed between May 18 and May 29, 2015.[35]

The climactic battle between the Seven and a small army led by Bogue took three weeks to shoot; the weather was inclement.[11] Sometimes the cast and crew would wait in the on-set saloon for storms to pass, and, at times when the storm would worsen, the trailer would rock and they would have to leave the set.[11] Since his grandmother was the prime influence on the film, every day after filming, Fuqua would ask himself if she would have fun watching it.[6]


The film had its world premiere at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival on September 8, 2016,[36][37] and served as the closing-night film at the Venice Film Festival on September 9, 2016.[38] The film was originally set to be released on January 13, 2017;[39] however in February 2016, Sony Pictures Entertainment moved the release date this time from January 13, 2017, and then to September 23, 2016.[40]

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The Girl on the Train is a 2016 American mystery thriller drama film directed by Tate Taylor and written by Erin Cressida Wilson, based on Paula Hawkins' 2015 debut novel of the same name. The film stars Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson, Haley Bennett, Justin Theroux, Luke Evans, Allison Janney, Édgar Ramírez and Lisa Kudrow, and follows an alcoholic divorcée who becomes involved in a missing persons investigation.

Principal photography began on November 4, 2015 in New York City. Produced by Marc Platt and DreamWorks Pictures, The Girl on the Train was the first DreamWorks Pictures film to be distributed by Universal Pictures, as part of DreamWorks' new distribution deal.[3] It premiered in London on September 20, 2016 and was theatrically released in the United States on October 7, 2016.[4] The film grossed $172 million worldwide received mixed reviews, although Blunt's performance received praise and gained an nomination at the 23rd Screen Actors Guild Awards, as well as a nomination for BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 70th British Academy Film Awards

Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) is an alcoholic who divorced her husband, Tom Watson (Justin Theroux), after catching him cheating on her with their real estate agent, Anna Boyd (Rebecca Ferguson). During their marriage, Rachel was prone to alcohol-induced blackouts during which she engaged in self-destructive behavior that she only later learned about from Tom, and to which she attributes the ending of their marriage, in addition to her being sterile.

Rachel shares an apartment with her friend Cathy (Laura Prepon) and spends her days commuting on a train, often stalking Tom, Anna, and their newborn daughter Evie. During her trips, Rachel grows fascinated with Tom's neighbors, Scott (Luke Evans) and Megan Hipwell (Haley Bennett), a young couple in what Rachel believes is a perfect marriage. In reality, Scott is aggressive and controlling, while Megan is detached and unfaithful, maintaining affairs with numerous men, including her psychiatrist, Dr. Kamal Abdic (Édgar Ramírez).

While passing by the neighborhood one day, Rachel spots Megan kissing Abdic on her balcony and becomes infuriated by what she perceives as Megan's ruining her "perfect" marriage. After a drinking binge, Rachel leaves the train to confront Megan, only to black out and awaken hours later at her apartment, injured. Rachel later finds out that Megan is missing and presumed dead, and is questioned by Detective Sergeant Riley (Allison Janney), who suspects Rachel might be involved due to her recent erratic behavior.

Rachel, pretending to be a friend of Megan's, approaches Scott and tells him about Megan's affair. Scott identifies Abdic as Megan's lover. Believing Abdic is behind Megan's disappearance, Rachel schedules an appointment with him, wherein they discuss Rachel's troubled relationship with Tom, particularly an incident in which she lashed out at an office party and aggravated Tom's boss's wife Martha (Lisa Kudrow), leading to Tom being fired.

At a bar, Rachel recognizes another commuter, who reveals that he followed her when she left the train the night that Megan disappeared and heard her cursing at a woman. The commuter later found Rachel unconscious in a tunnel, having been severely beaten by an unseen figure, but she aggressively declined his help. Rachel returns to the tunnel and recalls seeing Megan with Tom and shouting at her before being ambushed. Meanwhile, Anna becomes suspicious of Tom after Sgt. Riley suggests that he is encouraging Rachel's behavior by keeping in touch with her. Anna attempts to hack into Tom's computer and in the process, she finds a secret phone with several voice messages to another woman Tom is having an affair with, later verifying that the phone was Megan's.

Megan is found dead and forensics determine she was pregnant, but the child was neither Scott's nor Abdic's. Scott becomes a suspect and confronts Rachel, believing she is conspiring against him, and in the process reveals he assaulted Megan prior to her death. Rachel runs into Martha and apologizes for her behavior at the party, only to discover she didn't lash out or get Tom fired, but rather Tom was fired for having sexual relations with numerous co-workers. Rachel realizes Tom planted false memories in her head to account for his own abusive behavior.

Anna identifies the woman Tom was exchanging phone calls with as Megan, and finds out Tom and Megan were having an affair. Rachel realizes Megan was pregnant with Tom's baby and confided that to Abdic, leading to Rachel misinterpreting the nature of their encounter on the balcony. After leaving the train that day, Rachel caught Tom meeting with Megan and shouted at her, mistaking her for Anna. Tom then beat Rachel before returning to Megan, who announced she was keeping the baby. Realizing this would expose their affair, Tom murdered Megan.

Rachel goes to Tom's house to warn Anna, but Anna reveals that she already knows. Tom arrives and Rachel confronts him. As Tom and Rachel argue Anna reveals she found Megan's phone. Tom then carries Evie as a fearful Anna pleads for him to give her the baby while Rachel tries to dial 911. Tom takes the phone from Rachel and tells her to sit down. She begins to tell him how she now knows of all his wrong doings and false accusations. Tom then knocks Rachel unconscious as a flashback showing how he killed Megan plays. When Rachel regains consciousness Tom tells her he wished she would have just stayed away for that one night. Rachel tries to run out of the house grabbing a corkscrew on her way out. Tom catches up to her and attempts to strangle her, but she hits him with a lamp and tries to run again. Now outside the house Tom catches up to Rachel but this time she stabs him in the neck with the corkscrew as Anna watches from the window. Anna then exits the house and pushes the corkscrew deeper into Tom's neck, finishing him off.

Rachel and Anna come to an understanding and separately confirm to the police that Rachel killed Tom in self-defense, after he revealed himself to be Megan's killer. One year later, Rachel has become sober and found a new job, and while still commuting on the same train, she now sits on the opposite side in a different car, leaving her old neighborhood in the past.

Emily Blunt as Rachel Watson
Rebecca Ferguson as Anna Boyd
Haley Bennett as Megan Hipwell
Justin Theroux as Tom Watson
Luke Evans as Scott Hipwell
Allison Janney as Detective Sgt. Riley
Édgar Ramírez as Dr. Kamal Abdic
Lisa Kudrow as Martha
Laura Prepon as Cathy
Darren Goldstein as Man In The Suit

On March 24, 2014, DreamWorks Pictures acquired the film rights to Paula Hawkins's debut novel, The Girl on the Train, which Marc E. Platt was set to produce through Marc Platt Productions.[5] On January 13, 2015, Erin Cressida Wilson was hired to write the script for the film.[6] On May 21, 2015, DreamWorks hired Tate Taylor to direct the film.[7] On June 4, 2015, TheWrap reported that Emily Blunt was offered for the title role, the lonely and alcoholic divorcee Rachel.[8] The studio had eyed Kate Mara for another of the three lead roles.[8] In July 2015, the book's author Hawkins told The Sunday Times that the film's setting would be moved from London to Westchester, New York.[9] On August 18, 2015, confirmed that Rebecca Ferguson was cast in the film to play Anna, one of three roles, along with Blunt.[10] On August 24, 2015, Haley Bennett was added to the cast to play the third female lead role, Megan.[11]

On September 21, 2015, it was reported that Jared Leto and Chris Evans were in talks to join the film, where Evans would play Tom, Rachel's ex-husband, and Leto would play the neighbor's husband.[12] On October 22, 2015, Édgar Ramírez joined the film to play Dr. Kamal Abdic, who is in an affair with the married Megan, and becomes a suspect in her disappearance.[13] On October 27, 2015, Justin Theroux was cast in the film to play Tom, replacing Evans, who left the film due to a scheduling conflict.[14] On October 28, 2015, Variety reported that Allison Janney had joined the film's cast to play a police detective.[15] On November 3, 2015, Lisa Kudrow was cast in the film to play Martha, a former co-worker of Tom.[16] On November 4, 2015, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Luke Evans had replaced Leto, who left the film due to a scheduling issue.[17] On January 7, 2016, it was announced that Laura Prepon had joined the cast as Cathy, the landlord, roommate, and college friend of Rachel Watson.[18]

A view of an ornate structure with railroad tracks and a modern elevated platform and metallic structure in the foreground
The Ardsley-on-Hudson Metro-North station, used for several scenes in the film
Principal photography on the film began on November 4, 2015, in New York City.[19][20] In late November 2015, filming also took place in White Plains,[21] as well as in Hastings-on-Hudson and Irvington, New York.[22] Filming wrapped up on January 30, 2016.[23]

During post-production on the film, Paula Hawkins's cameo was cut.[24]


In November 2015, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures scheduled the film for an October 7, 2016, release through their Touchstone Pictures banner.[25][26][27] The film was part of DreamWorks' distribution deal with Walt Disney Studios, which began in 2009. However, DreamWorks and Disney did not renew their distribution deal, and in December 2015, Universal Pictures acquired the film's distribution rights, as part of their new distribution deal with DreamWorks' parent company, Amblin Partners.[28] Universal retained Disney's original release date.[4] Universal is also distributing overseas, except in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, where distribution is handled by Mister Smith Entertainment through other industries.[29] Entertainment One released the film in the United Kingdom on October 5, 2016.[1]