• 'A Quiet Place' trailer: John Krasinski and Emily Blunt take on horrifying threat in silent movie
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    Hanna Flint

    'A Quiet Place' trailer: John Krasinski and Emily Blunt take on horrifying threat in silent movie

    Emily Blunt and John Krasinski star in the terrifying new TV spot for upcoming dystopian horror A Quiet Place'

  • Why Julie Andrews will not appear in Mary Poppins Returns
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    Ben Bussey

    Why Julie Andrews will not appear in Mary Poppins Returns

    Director Rob Marshall explains the kind-hearted reason the star of the 1964 original won't be back in the upcoming sequel.

  • Check out the first look at Mary Poppins Returns
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    Ben Arnold

    Check out the first look at Mary Poppins Returns

    Here we have the first look at the new Mary Poppins – with Emily Blunt as the magical nanny, and Lin-Manuel Miranda as her lamp-lighting chum Jack.

  • Edge of Tomorrow 2 gets a new title
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    Ryan Leston

    Edge of Tomorrow 2 gets a new title

    Edge of Tomorrow 2 gets a new name - Live Die Repeat and Repeat.

  • 2 Metro North Commuters Critique 'The Girl on the Train'
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    Ethan Alter and Gwynne Watkins

    2 Metro North Commuters Critique 'The Girl on the Train'

    The much-anticipated adaptation of the novel The Girl on the Train, starring Emily Blunt, hits theaters on Oct. 7. Here's what two NYC commuters think about it.

  • Review: 'The Girl on the Train' is about a passive, floundering woman
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    Marcus Goh

    Review: 'The Girl on the Train' is about a passive, floundering woman

    “The Girl on the Train” is a mystery film that’s based on the book of the same title. It stars Emily Blunt (Rachel Watson), Haley Bennett (Megan Hipwell), Rebecca Ferguson (Anna Watson), Justin Theroux (Tom Watson), Luke Evans (Scott Hipwell), Allison Janney (Detective Riley), Edgar Ramirez (Dr Kamal Abdic), and Lisa Kudrow (Martha).

  • Emily Blunt: I’ve done dangerous things when drunk (exclusive)
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    Tom Butler

    Emily Blunt: I’ve done dangerous things when drunk (exclusive)

    The adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ hit novel ‘The Girl on the Train’ hits cinemas this week on 5 October, with Emily Blunt in the lead role as Rachel, the unreliable drunk who gets embroiled in a murder mystery.

  • Emily Blunt Embodies #OutfitGoals at the ‘Girl on the Train’ Premiere
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    Jihan Forbes

    Emily Blunt Embodies #OutfitGoals at the ‘Girl on the Train’ Premiere

    Today’s quick red carpet slay comes from Emily Blunt, who looked like a magical nymph queen plucked from a fairytale at the Girl on the Train world premiere in London.

  • New 'Huntsman: Winter's War' Trailer Shows the Tragic Tale of Emily Blunt's Ice Queen
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    Meriah Doty

    New 'Huntsman: Winter's War' Trailer Shows the Tragic Tale of Emily Blunt's Ice Queen

    When the first trailer for The Huntsman: Winter’s War came out three months ago, it was hard to know who audiences were supposed to root for in this Kristen Stewart-less prequel to 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman. Did the preening, power-hungry Ravenna really kill Freya’s baby?

  • Emily Blunt Excited to Play a 'Blackout Drunk' in 'Girl on the Train'
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Emily Blunt Excited to Play a 'Blackout Drunk' in 'Girl on the Train'

    ‘The Girl on the Train’ actress Emily Blunt promoting ‘Sicario’ at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2015. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)

  • Emily Blunt On Hilariously Refusing Nude Scene In 'Sicario'
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    Ben Arnold

    Emily Blunt On Hilariously Refusing Nude Scene In 'Sicario'

    Emily Blunt has revealed how she vetoed a planned nude scene in her latest movie, ‘Sicario’. Speaking on the Howard Stern Show yesterday, she explained how she managed to side-step the part where she appeared topless opposite co-star Benicio Del Toro. - ‘Rude’ Emily Blunt should leave Hollywood - Emily Blunt offered Poppins role - Blunt teases Edge of Tomorrow sequel “That was in there originally,” said Blunt, after Stern bemoaned a lack of toplessness in the movie, “but it came out.” As to why, she answered 'we didn’t agree with it’, adding that it was her breasts that disagreed with the scene. The 32-year-old actress, who has been married to actor John Krasinski since 2010, said that following her swearing in ceremony, she felt a sudden pang of regret.

  • 'Sicario' Star Emily Blunt on Ditching the Movie's Nude Scene
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    Meriah Doty

    'Sicario' Star Emily Blunt on Ditching the Movie's Nude Scene

    Emily Blunt in New York Sept. 16 (Photo:Craig Barritt/ for Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) Sicario star Emily Blunt was on The Howard Stern Show Wednesday and revealed something you definitely won’t be seeing in the drug-war thriller that’s in theaters now: her breasts. Blunt told Stern that she successfully lobbied to skip the scene that would’ve had her topless opposite Benicio del Toro’s hitman character.

  • See Emily Blunt Get Ready for a Gunfight in 'Sicario' Clip
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    Meriah Doty

    See Emily Blunt Get Ready for a Gunfight in 'Sicario' Clip

    Remember when Emily Blunt was best known for playing a neurotic fashion magazine assistant in The Devil Wears Prada? Those days seem long gone, with the actress more recently showing her tough side in futuristic action films like Looper and Edge of Tomorrow. The 32-year-old Brit takes it up a notch in the upcoming crime drama Sicario, where she plays an idealistic FBI agent assigned to help hunt down an anonymous drug lord. And while this one — directed by Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners) — is decidedly more gritty and grounded in present-day realism, Blunt still has to be ready for action.

  • Cannes Report: Emily Blunt is Criminally Good in the Tense, Uneven Drug War Drama ‘Sicario’
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    Kerrie Mitchell

    Cannes Report: Emily Blunt is Criminally Good in the Tense, Uneven Drug War Drama ‘Sicario’

    When you look closely at her filmography, you notice that Emily Blunt has an almost unbelievable range. Now, she’s taking on another, more realistic kind of warrior role in director Denis Villeneuve’s dark and terrifyingly tense drug-war drama Sicario, which made its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival today.