With their film hitting theaters on March 4th, a first look of Matt Damon and Emily Blunt in “The Adjustment Bureau” has hit the web.
Based on a Philip K. Dick story, “The Adjustment Bureau” casts Damon as “an ambitious politician on the brink of winning a seat in the U.S. Senate named David Norris. When he meets beautiful ballet dancer Elise Sellas (played by Blunt), he is instantly smitten — and the course of his future changes, prompting the Adjustment Bureau to intervene, no matter what the cost.”
“He was only meant to meet this woman Elise that one time, because it’s not in the plan for them to be together – but David is completely obsessed with her,” explains Matt.
Emily adds, “I think it speaks volumes about the attraction that these two people really have for each other, that he’s willing to risk a lot for her.”
Emily Blunt has joked that she agreed to star in Gulliver’s Travels “for every reason other than Billy Connolly”.
The 27-year-old actress appears alongside a host of stars including Jack Black and Scottish funnyman Billy in the family comedy which has been adapted from the classic novel by Jonathan Swift.
Emily was excited to be involved in the film, which follows the adventures of a man named Lemuel Gulliver – played by Jack – as he ends up stranded on an island of little people. Emily portrays the island’s Princess Mary, and teased Billy that her enthusiasm for the project was nothing to do with him. Read more…