Emily Blunt Interview – The Girl On The Train – “I want to make sure that every film I make is one that is worth my time away from our family”
Emily Blunt is one of the wittiest and most insouciant women in Hollywood. She’s the polar opposite of her legendary uptight, snobby Devil Wears Prada character that turned her into an instant star. Not only does she laugh at every opportunity, she has way of winking and smiling at you in person that is as disarming as it is charming.
That’s the delightful price one pays for chatting with the lithe British beauty. Last year, Blunt gave what was arguably the best performance of her career as an FBI tactical squad leader in Sicario for which many industry observers believed Blunt at last deserved an Oscar nomination.
Q: Since becoming a mother, have you become more choosy when it comes to your work?
BLUNT: I want to make sure that every film I make is one that is worth my time away from our family and the kind of beautiful time I have being at home. The most important thing for me is my life with my family and friends.
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