Oscar nominee Amy Adams and ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ actress Emily Blunt are sisters in the new film ‘Sunshine Cleaning,’ a script Blunt calls the “best thing” she’s read in a long time.
‘Sunshine Cleaning’ is the name of the crime scene/bio hazard clean-up service the siblings start in order for Adam’s character to pay for her son’s private school tuition. “I love the dynamic of the family,” Adams says of the movie.
Miss Emily is featured on BlackBook Magazine in ‘Our Tribute to ‘Blue Velvet’ Starring Emily Blunt’, she looks stunning! I have been planning on doing a new layout so do expect a new layout on the way!
“I adore film noir style,” says actress Emily Blunt, shown here in the role of Dorothy Vallens, the tragic femme fatale in cult auteur David Lynch’s 1986 opusBlue Velvet. The kinkfest classic turned Isabella Rossellini into an icon, while pushing noir convention into the shadows of dangerously surreal Americana. “Blue Velvet is so dark and ethereal,” says Blunt. “It’s brooding yet artistic—I love it.”
Best known for her comedic roles—like a star-making breakthrough performance inThe Devil Wears Prada—Blunt had no problem channeling Rossellini’s smoky, knife-edge carnality. At the same time, the 25-year-old London native put her own wicked spin on the sexy transformation. A week later, she’s still buzzing about the results… Read more
Emily Blunt says her on screen love interest Rupert Friend is “the definition of a real man”.
The British actress, who plays Queen Victoria in new movie ‘The Young Victoria’, thoroughly enjoyed working alongside Keira Knightley’s boyfriend.
Emily said: “I tell you, hearts will melt over Rupert. He is the definition of a real man in the film. He has such dignity about him naturally. He brought a likeability and selflessness to Albert without making him look weak.”
In the movie, Rupert plays Victoria’s husband Prince Albert. Read more…
Emily Blunt has revealed she was “watched like a hawk” to ensure she didn’t over-eat while making The Devil Wears Prada.
The 25-year-old British actress – who was playing a skinny, diet-obsessed fashion assistant in the film – told Harper’s Bazaar magazine she was shocked by the strict diet and decided to rebel.
Emily said: “I understand why I was asked to be like that for that role, my character was surviving on cubes of cheese at one point in the movie. But you need some kind of comfort when you’re on a film set all day, and mine’s usually food.
“I was being watched like a hawk, but by the end I’d be sneaking in doughnuts just to annoy the producers.”
The Young Victoria star – who is now tipped to be replacing Scarlett Johansson in the Iron Man sequel – has had further insight into the image obsessions of Hollywood. Read more…