“It’s awful,” the actress says of executing action sequences in a corset. Emily Blunt has danced across London, sung her way through the woods, and given birth silently during an alien invasion. But nothing tops having to do an action scene in a corset, which was a frequent occurrence on her new Prime Video series The English. “It’s so […]


Emily Blunt is set to star in Pain Hustlers from director David Yates. The film is written by Wells Tower (The True American) and tells the story of a high school dropout who lands a job with a failing pharmaceutical startup in a Florida strip mall. She catapults the company into the high life and finds herself at the […]


Magazines & Scans > Scans from 2018 > Vanity Fair (February 2018) Photo Sessions > Photoshoots from 2018 > Session 001 Emily Blunt: World, Meet Your New Mary Poppins They don’t come more talented or tough-minded than Emily Blunt, but even she was initially daunted by the title role in Mary Poppins Returns, out next […]


Emily Blunt shares Julie Andrews’ reaction to Mary Poppins Returns casting After a string of increasingly dark roles including Edge of Tomorrow (2014), Sicario (2015), and Oct. 7’s hotly anticipated The Girl on the Train, Emily Blunt is ready to lighten up. “I enjoy the challenge to be versatile… [but] I want to find the silliness again,” she tells EW. And her next […]


December 4, 2014 Leave a Reply Articles

In Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s “Into the Woods,” the Baker’s Wife yearns for a child. Emily Blunt had that part of the role covered — almost too well. The Golden Globe-winning actress was pregnant on set…and had to hide her real-life baby bump from the cameras. “At the time, I was pregnant,” explained Blunt […]


January 20, 2011 2 Replies Articles

I have added images of Emily at the Critics Choice Movie Awards, from last week. here is a small article i found about the event: In a segment presented by Jimmy Kimmel and Emily Blunt, Damon was given the fourth annual Joel Siegel Award for Service to the Community. While Kimmel provided comic relief, joking […]


August 6, 2010 Leave a Reply Articles

LONDON — Emily Blunt, James McAvoy, Bill Nighy and Ian Holm are just some of the 50-plus actors who have put their names Thursday to a letter calling for the government to save the U.K. Film Council. The open letter penned to The Daily Telegraph, the national newspaper long regarded as having Conservative views, condemns […]