The Young Victoria is a new film, directed by Jean-Marc Vallée from a script by Julian Fellowes, which chronicles the early years of Queen Victoria (Emily Blunt) and her romance and marriage to Prince Albert (Rupert Friend). Film Detail spoke to Emily Blunt and Rupert Friend in London recently about their roles in the film. Click here to listen to the interview clip
I have uploaded new candids of Emily Blunt arriving at the BBC Radio One studios in London, England on March 4, 2009. Huge thanks to Hannah for these candids <3!
- Candids in 2009: In London – March 9
According the Sam, Emily will be appearing on the Paul O’grady Show tonight.
I’ve uploaded new event videos of Emily at the world premiere of ‘The Young Victoria‘ March 3, 2009. Enjoy!
- The Young Victoria World Premiere March 3 – Part 1
- The Young Victoria World Premiere March 3 – Part 2
- The Young Victoria World Premiere March 3 – Part 3
- The Young Victoria World Premiere March 3 – Part 4
- The Young Victoria World Premiere March 3 – Part 5
- The Young Victoria World Premiere March 3 – Part 6
I’ve uploaded x164 new high quality photos of Emily attending The Young Victoria World Premiere in London on March 3, 2009. More video coverage will be added soon. She looks soo beautiful with her gown.
- Events in 2009: The Young Victoria World Premiere
This is an off-topic post, I would like to shamelessly plug my new fansite that I have just opened for relationship between Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) from the “Twilight” series by Stephenie Meyer. This site aimed to provide daily updates with news, recent videos/audios & photos. EdwardHeartBella.com
Actress Emily Blunt and producer Graham King talk to BBC Breakfast about their new film, The Young Victoria. Click here for the video! Thanks to Jane for the link!
FOR someone who broke into Hollywood playing a hysteric, Emily Blunt is remarkably hard to flap. On a cold, bright day at the Chateau Marmont hotel here, this friendly 26-year-old British actress — whose tightly wound turn as Meryl Streep’s groveling girl Friday all but stole “The Devil Wears Prada” from Anne Hathaway — shows only a mild interest that Brad Pitt has rolled up on his motorcycle. Unlike Mr. Pitt and seemingly every other guest at the funky-cool Chateau, who dress like rock stars fresh from shopping at their local Goodwill store, Ms. Blunt arrives looking somewhere between saucy and demure in a short green flowered dress over black tights and knee-high copper boots, her face blessedly free of the pounds of blinding green eye shadow she piled on for “Prada.”
The eye shadow returns under different cover in Ms. Blunt’s latest film, “Sunshine Cleaning” (opening March 13), a cheeky if sentimental minor pleasure directed by Christine Jeffs. In person Ms. Blunt gives off a distinct whiff of Kensington, but she brings a capable American accent, red and purple hair extensions and bags of trashy brio to the movie, in which she and Amy Adams play sisters traumatized by the death of their mother long ago who find salvation cleaning up bloody crime scenes. Though the meatiest role goes to Ms. Adams as the responsible elder sister, Ms. Blunt cannily underplays both the comedy and the tragedy of the vulnerable Norah, whose good intentions far exceed her life skills. Read more…
Emily Blunt has revealed that she never wanted to be a princess as a young girl.
Speaking at The Young Victoria’s UK press conference, Blunt confessed that she “only liked hanging out with boys” when growing up.
“I was never the girl that dreamt of being a princess, I never dreamt about my wedding day,” she said. “I hated pink and I hated fairies. I only liked hanging out with boys, which is worrying, isn’t it?
“I remember throwing a tantrum if my mother put me in pink. I never had that dream, I wasn’t a particularly girly girl.”
The Young Victoria arrives in cinemas on March 6.
Source: Digital Spy