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Emily Blunt revealed that the lead role of “The Girl on the Train’s” Rachel Watson will stay true to the book’s vision and remain a British character.
The actress revealed this telling bit of information about the eagerly-awaited film in an interview with the BBC. “It’s [production] moved to New York but I’m going to play her as British, that was a decision Tate and I made recently,” revealed the actress.
Tate is director Tate Taylor, who is in charge of bringing the hot story to the big screen. “I try not to get weighed down with what people are going to think of me,” she said of her interpretation of the role of Rachel. “I’m going to have my own take on it.”
The dark novel’s base story has led the actress to quipped that researching the dark role would require “lots of rosé.” The novel’s author, Paula Hawkins, revealed in an interview with The Daily Mail, “I’m not violent,” she revealed. “I am interested in violence.” “I have a fascination with the nasty things people do to each other and the way relationships go wrong, and how there can be this very dark underbelly to seemingly normal, mundane domestic life,” revealed the author.
“The Girl On The Train” details the story of Rachel, an alcoholic, troubled commuter who stares out of her train window into the same back gardens every day and becomes obsessed with a couple she sees there. When Rachel later hears that the woman she has watched for months has disappeared, she believes she may have seen something vital to the case. But she can’t trust her memory, and trying to find out the truth puts her own life in danger.
“The Girl on the Train,” starring Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson, Justin Theroux and Allison Janney, will hit theaters Oct. 7, 2016.
It’s finally here. Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for “The Huntsman: Winter’s War”. Chris Hemsworth returns as the Huntsman Eric as he takes on a new evil. This sequel to 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman will give us new insight into Eric and how he came to be such a great hunter. And it will introduce his new ally, played by Jessica Chastain. This thrilling adventure also teams up Charlize Theron’s Queen Ravenna with Emily Blunt as a cold queen who is sure to give Frozen’s Elsa a run for her money.
Long before the evil Queen Ravenna was thought vanquished by Snow White’s blade, she watched silently as her sister, Freya, suffered a heartbreaking betrayal and fled their kingdom. With Freya’s ability to freeze any enemy, the young ice queen has spent decades in a remote wintry palace raising a legion of deadly huntsmen, including Eric and warrior Sara. Only now she has found that her prized two have defied her one demand: Forever harden your hearts to love.
When Freya learns of her sister’s demise, she summons her remaining soldiers to bring the Magic Mirror home to the only sorceress left who can harness its power. But once she discovers Ravenna can be resurrected from its golden depths, the wicked sisters threaten this enchanted land with twice the darkest force it’s ever seen. Now, their amassing army shall prove undefeatable…unless the banished huntsmen who broke their queen’s cardinal rule can fight their way back to one another.
Emily Blunt has a ‘complicated’ relationship with Los Angeles. The actress – who has 20-month-old daughter Hazel with husband John Krasinski – currently lives in Los Angeles with her family, but has mixed feelings about the American city. She said: “It’s complicated. I love so much about LA and I hate a lot about it too. “I hate that it’s a one-industry town and that the quest for success emanates from every corner of it. It can be suffocating in some ways. “But I love my friends there, I love the weather and it’s a very easy place to raise a child. “A lot of time we lie outside of LA in the countryside, in a place called Ojai, which is lovely and offers more respite than the city.”
Meanwhile, the actress also revealed being a mother has changed her life in dramatic fashion. Emily, who stars in the movie ‘Sicario’, told Radio Times: “It changes you infinitely in a rather overwhelming way. “The best way I can describe it is that it’s like this lovely distraction that I always have. It’s always there and I love that feeling.”
Emily Blunt ‘can’t imagine’ not being able to feed her 20-month-old daughter, Hazel.
The ‘Sicario’ star, who is married to actor John Krasinski, feels very fortunate that she doesn’t have to worry about being able to afford to take care of their little girl.
The British actress said: “I don’t have to think about it when it comes to feeding my child. It’s not something that even occurs to me, that I wouldn’t be able to afford something to buy her something to eat. When she’s hungry, I have something to give her. When she cries, I have something to give her. And if you don’t have that ability, I can’t imagine what that would feel like.”
Emily, who recently moved to New York City from California with her family, was on hand at the Golden Heart Awards, co-chaired by Anna Wintour and Michael Kors, to celebrate those working with the organisation God’s Love We Deliver, which provides nutritious, individually-tailored meals to people in the city that are too ill to shop or cook for themselves (October 15).
She told E! News: “It’s everyone’s worst nightmare to become sick and not be able to cook. It’s just a really important way to sort of cement the move.” Asked if she is settling in to her new home, she added: “I love it.”
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Emily Blunt says it’s ‘disappointing’ women have been banned from Cannes Film Festival for not wearing high-heels. The Into The Woods actress has spoken out after it was claimed a group of women wearing rhinestone-embellished flat shoes were turned away from a film screening for not wearing heels.
Speaking at the Cannes Film Festival premiere of her new film Sicario, she said: “I think everyone should wear flats, to be honest. “We shouldn’t wear high heels anymore. That’s just my point of view. I prefer to wear Converse sneakers. That’s very disappointing.”
However, despite claiming she was unimpressed with the policy, the 32-year-old star was wearing a pair of stilettos at the time but later changed into a pair of flats for the afterparty.
The festival is currently facing a backlash from fans protesting against what they see as a sexist dress-code policy after a group of women in their 50s were reported to have been turned away from the gala screening of Todd Haynes’ ‘Carol’ for wearing flat shoes, even though some of them were said to have medical issues.
However, the event’s director Thierry Fremaux has rubbished the allegations on Twitter, writing: “The rumour saying the festival insists on high heels for women on the red carpet is unfounded.”
But despite his comments, a spokesperson for the festival told Screen Daily that while they refuse to comment on the alleged incident, it is mandatory for women to wear high heels at red carpet screenings.