Emily will be on Jimmy Kimmel Live on February 10, 2010. She will be promoting The Wolfman. Thanks to Zoe for the headsup!
I have uploaded new event photos of Emily at 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 17, 2010.
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I have uploaded new event photos of Emily attended the BAFTA/LA’s 16th Annual Awards Season Tea Party on January 16, 2010.
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The Wolfman & The Adjustment Bureau are listed one of the ‘2010 Most Anticipated Films‘.
Release Date: February 12
The Who: Directed by Joe Johnston; Written by Andrew Kevin Walker; Starring Benecio del Toro, Emily Blunt, and Anthony Hopkins
The Pitch: Another re-imagining of a classic tale, I think del Toro has the creepy charisma to bring a character like this to life. It’s a perversion of man, a look into the dark soul of someone forced to be violent, and it promises to have an intense amount of gnashing teeth. Plus, can you really go wrong with Rick Baker involved?
The Adjustment Bureau
Release Date: TBAThe Who: Directed by George Nolfi; Based on the short story by Phillip K. Dick; Starring Matt Damon and Emily BluntThe Pitch: Phillip K. Dick’s short story about a man in a changing reality is brilliant and includes some very cool imagery that would translate well to film. I have no idea if it’s been translated with this adaptation, but George Nolfi (in his first stint as director) is a great writer, and Matt Damon is one of the best working actors today. Pair him with Emily Blunt, toss in Terence Stamp and Anthony Mackie with a heavy dose of science fiction, and I have no idea why you wouldn’t get excited.
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Adam Lambert and Emily Blunt showed up all gussied up for the 15th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards at the Hollywood Palladium tonight. So did a slew of other celebrities.
Although this was a night to celebrate films, put up by the Broadcast Film Critics Association, it was also a night for show business fashionistas to dress to the nines without being concerned that the entire world would criticize their every clothing choice from head to toe (think the Oscars or the Golden Globes).
In this more low-key event, done up attendees out to take in this fine event seemed to have fun picking out their wardrobes without worrying about being put down by fashion critics. The results are outstanding. [Read more…]
The critics and media have widely praised Emily Blunt’s performance as The Young Victoria’s turn-of-the-century monarch: This weekend she’s up for Best Actress at the Critics’ Choice Awards and the Golden Globes. Now all she has to do is get people who haven’t had free press screenings to see the damn thing, which is no small task for an actress in a small period piece released during the season full of studio-backed “event” movies. So the job has fallen to Blunt to personally win over audiences: She spent Thursday night at the Grove theater in L.A., participating in a post-screening Q&A. “This is the first time I have been directly opposite people who have paid money to see it rather than review it,” she explained to the non-industry crowd before joking, “Someone’s suddenly like, ‘Boo!’” [Read more…]
Emily Blunt is listed one of Metro Mix’s ’15 Breakout Actors of 2000s’.
One of the great pleasures of the movies is discovering an exciting new actor. Those performers that thrill and impress with their talent, looks, relatability and star power.
The following 15 actors made their marks in the past decade, making good on breakout roles with equally impressive bodies of work. They’re the actors we’re most excited to follow into the next decade, when we know they’ll be joined by a whole new crop of breakout stars.
Anyone who saw Blunt’s seductive turn in the teen lesbian romance “My Summer of Love” knew this girl deserved to be a star. But not many people actually did see that little British indie, so it wasn’t until she socked over the role of Meryl Streep’s caustic cutthroat assistant in “The Devil Wears Prada” that audiences really caught on to her irresistible charms.
Blunt has since demonstrated her range as an uptight literary lover in “The Jane Austen Book Club,” a whip smart publicist in “The Great Buck Howard,” a well-intentioned screw-up in “Sunshine Cleaning” and a girl becoming a woman and the Queen of England simultaneously in “The Young Victoria.” Just try taking your eyes off her.
I have uploaded new event photos of Emily & John attended the 15th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards on January 15, 2010.
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Emily Blunt, who was recently nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in The Young Victoria, is going to have a little face time with a few moviegoers in Los Angeles tonight. She will be having a Q&A session after the 7:15 screening of her film, The Young Victoria, at the Grove in Los Angeles on Thursday, January 14. She will, presumably, be answering questions about her role in the film, her experience filming, or anything else the audience decides to throw her way. If you are in the greater Los Angeles area, you can purchase tickets on the Grove website for the screening.
In case you’re interested in going to the screening, here’s a bit more about the film….
Directed by: Jean-Marc Vallée
Starring: Emily Blunt, Rupert Friend, Paul Bettany, Miranda Richardson, Jim Broadbent, Thomas Kretschmann, and Mark Strong.
Official Synopsis: In The Young Victoria, Emily Blunt (The Devil Wears Prada) delivers an incredibly appealing performance as Queen Victoria in the turbulent first years of her reign. Rupert Friend (Pride & Prejudice) portrays Prince Albert, the suitor who wins her heart and becomes her partner in one of history’s greatest romances. This love story, set amongst all the intrigue of the court, also features Paul Bettany (Iron Man, The Da Vinci Code), Miranda Richardson (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Jim Broadbent (The Damned United, The Chronicles of Narnia), Thomas Kretschmann (Valkyrie), and Mark Strong (Sherlock Holmes, Tristan & Isolde).
The Young Victoria is written by Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park, Vanity Fair) and directed by Jean-Marc Vallée (C.R.A.Z.Y.). Producers on the film are Graham King, Martin Scorsese, Tim Headington and Sarah Ferguson.
Source: Screen Crave
Their heroes and villains were all over the map: a tortured Harlem teen, a silver-tongued Nazi, a sexy frequent flier, a danger-junkie soldier on Iraq’s front lines. Now the actors who brought these characters to the big screen all have one thing in common: an Oscar dream. In this exclusive LIFE portrait gallery, photographer Jeff Vespa captures moments with 11 actors enjoying awards-season buzz — including our stunning cover star, Up in the Air’s Vera Farmiga, who’ll be hoping to hear her name called as a Best Supporting Actress nominee come Feb. 2.
Who ever thinks of England’s 19th-century monarch as a PYT? It’s hard to see her otherwise after watching Blunt’s take on the queen-to-be, putting the zap on royal-court plotters and casting saucy sideward glances at future hubby Prince Albert. Blunt, who made a big splash playing the snarky assistant to Meryl Streep’s boss from hell in The Devil Wears Prada, handily conquers leading-lady territory here. (For Your Consideration: Best Actress)