Emily Blunt Recreates Satan Wears Prada Moments in Vogue Interview

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Emily Blunt Recreates Devil Wears Prada Moments in Vogue Interview


From assistant to editor!

Emily Blunt channeled Meryl Streep as she recreated a number of scenes and moments from 2006’s The Satan Wears Prada throughout her 73 Questions Interview with Vogue.

The Mary Poppins actress, 35, who was appearing as Vogue’s Editor-In-Chief whereas Anna Winter was “in Europe,” was flummoxed when requested to decide on between two an identical wanting belts.

“It’s a tricky name, they’re each so totally different,” Blunt deadpans within the video, simply as Streep did as editor Miranda Priestly in Satan Wears Prada.

Finally, she calls her brother-in-law, Satan Wears Prada co-star Stanley Tucci for steering.

“I don’t actually know,” Tucci, 57, replies. “I don’t know an excessive amount of about style. I solely performed somebody who did and it was fully… it’s pretend. It was pretend.”

“Proper, you’re very unstylish, goodbye,” Blunt replies.

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Blunt additionally recollects her favourite scene to movie — when she was “actually, actually, actually sick” — and relays the style recommendation she acquired whereas filming the film.

“Simply be extra fierce, and wild,” Blunt explains. “I discovered that from Patricia Discipline, our costume designer.”

Blunt, who gained raves this 12 months for her position in A Quiet Place, additionally reveals that her husband/co-star has seen The Satan Wears Prada “about 23 occasions.”

Different highlights from the video embrace Blunt attempting out her Boston accent, kneeing the unseen narrator within the groin and explaining why she acquired into appearing.

Blunt says, “I had a extreme stutter as a toddler, and after I was in character I tended to talk fluently.”

She subsequent stars in Mary Poppins Returns out Dec. 19.



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