The actress loves to be on the white cloth to be enemies with Meryl Streep.
Emily Blunt wants to best contribute to a new The Devil Wears Prada. The British star experienced her breakthrough with the film, from 2006, that focused on the struggles of Andrea ‘Andy’ Sachs, played by Anne Hathaway, the fictional magazine Runway. It was especially the overworked editor-in-chief Miranda Priestly, played by Meryl Streep, who her grief.
The Oscar-nominated film was based on the eponymous book by author Lauren Weisberger. That now has a sequel, Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns. And now there is a new book in the making, called When Life Gives You Lululemons, aimed at Priestly’s meek assistant, Emily Charlton – the character Blunt played.
The actress is open to the idea of the role to take as the upcoming novel is chosen for a film, but only if her original co-stars, including her brother-in-law, Stanley Tucci, can be persuaded to join the cast to add.
“If everyone else wants to do, it would be cool,” she tells Entertainment Tonight.
Blunt hit Streep and Tucci onlnags at the premiere in New York of Stanley’s new regieproject Final Portrait, but she admits that they rarely remember The Devil Wears Prada. That does not mean, however, that the pleasure that she is on the set had forgotten.
Blunt and Slash his colleagues in the movie-musical Into the Woods, and the upcoming Mary Poppins Returns, and Emily admits that she is attracted seem to feel to films that they are each other’s enemies. “I don’t know whether we ever as best friends in something would be able to play. It’s just not something that works for Meryl and me.”