Emily Blunt will stops by on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to discuss her highly anticipated film, “Sunshine Cleaning.” Watch the exclusive interview today, Wednesday March 25th! Check your local listings or visit www.ellentv.com for more information. Thanks to Nicole for the info! Remember to tune it!
I have uploaded new talk show stills of Emily attended The ‘Paul O’Grady Show’ in London, Britain on March 4, 2009.
- Talk Shows: Paul O’Grady Show – March 4, 2009
How hot is Emily Blunt’s career?
Nuclear reactor red.
Hard to believe the first time American audiences saw her was only five years ago as a totally amoral rich teen in the Brit import “My Summer of Love.”
Since then we’ve seen Blunt as a cutthroat fashionista in “The Devil Wears Prada,” as a neurotic high school French teacher with a crush on a student in “The Jane Austen Book Club,” as Steve Carell’s hot blind date in “Dan in Real Life,” and as a rich Texas girl with a thing for congressmen in “Charlie Wilson’s War.” Read more…
I have uploaded a new shoot of Emily for Entertainment Weekly magazine to the gallery.
- Studio Photoshoots: Justin Stephens [Entertainment Weeky] (2008)
IT’S A LITTLE hard at first imagining such vibrant actresses as Amy Adams and Emily Blunt playing loser sisters in the offbeat dramedy “Sunshine Cleaning,” but they have you believing in their characters even if the rest of the film is a stretch.
“Sunshine Cleaning,” directed by Christine Jeffs (“Sylvia”), begins with a bang: A suicide splatters himself all over a sporting-goods store. Mac (Steve Zahn), the Albuquerque, N.M., cop investigating, notices how much the cleaning company charges to tidy up and mentions it to Rose (Adams), his former high school sweetheart with whom he’s now having an affair. Read more…
Despite indelible performances as Anne Hathaway’s tormentor in “The Devil Wears Prada” and as Tom Hanks’ seductress/underwear model in “Charlie Wilson’s War,” Emily Blunt remains a household-name-in-the-making probably because she’s such a chameleon.
But the star, as they say, is on the rise: The London-born actress can now be seen as a savvy publicist in “The Great Buck Howard”; as Amy Adams’ lost-soul sister in “Sunshine Cleaning”; and, soon, as “The Young Victoria.” We recently spoke with the 26-year-old actress: Read more…
Earlier this month, it seemed Emily Blunt was poised to make the leap from critically adored actress to household name. Word was she’d been cast as Black Widow in the sequel to last year’s $580 million blockbuster comic book adaptation “Iron Man.” After her scene-stealing “Devil Wears Prada” role and a gripping turn in “Sunshine Cleaning ” (in theaters now), a major part in a big-budget tentpole movie seemed only appropriate. Read more…
Emily Blunt was lost for words when she met Johnny Depp for the first time.
The British actress – who plays Queen Victoria in the new film The Young Victoria – says she was left so starstruck when she saw the Pirates of The Caribbean star onset of on the set of Alice In Wonderland she couldn’t bring herself to look at him.
She says, “I got star struck with Johnny Depp. I went to visit Anne [Hathaway] on the set of Alice in Wonderland and I walked past him. I couldn’t even look at him. He was right there!
“What is it about him? Everything I guess.” Read more…
Emily Blunt is British to the core, London-born, a veteran of the West End stage and many a BBC production.
In spite of break-out work in her native accent in films such as The Devil Wears Prada, Blunt is finding her greatest fame on the big screen in playing Americans.
In Charlie Wilson’s War, The Jane Austen Book Club and the new film Sunshine Cleaning, Blunt leaves her Britishness at home and becomes as American as the best of them.
“If you’re in America a lot, it’s easy to get into playing American,” she says. “All of it, the sounds, the energies – all very different. Read more…
British actress Emily Blunt is forever grateful to a teacher at her former school – for inspiring her to take to the stage and cure her childhood stutter.
The Devil Wears Prada star suffered a bad stammer as a schoolgirl, but finally overcame her speech impediment when a teacher urged her to take up acting.