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Alice Eve Catches Chris Evans' 1:30 Train

Source:   TheWrap
October 22, 2013


Star Trek Into Darkness star Alice Eve has boarded 1:30 Train, the directorial debut of Captain America: The First Avenger and Marvel's The Avengers star Chris Evans, TheWrap reports.

The indie film, scripted by Ron Bass, is said to follow a man and a woman (Evans and Eve) who meet on a train and begin to develop a relationship in the short time before Eve's character has to catch another train.

Eve can be seen coming up in Tze Chun's crime thriller Cold Comes the Night.

Evans and Bill Immerman will produce alongside McG, Mary Viola and Howard and Karen Baldwin.

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