Emily Blunt's Best Film scenes Drama and Comedy
Just listen to John Krasinski talk about his outstanding wife.
Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow
90% Rotten Tomatoes
Action & Adventure
1 Hour 53 Minutes
4.2 stars, 2.7K Ratings
An alien race, undefeatable by any existing military unit, has launched a relentless attack on Earth, and Major William Cage (Tom Cruise) finds himself dropped into a suicide mission. Killed within minutes, Cage is thrown into a time loop, forced to live out the same brutal combat over and over, fighting and dying again and again. Training alongside warrior Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt), his skills slowly evolve, and each battle moves them one step closer to defeating the enemy in this fun action thriller.
While Anna Wintour is abroad, Emily Blunt (who has some very relevant experience) fills her shoes and takes charge at the Vogue office while answering 73 questions. As Emily fulfills her duties as Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief, she talks about the pizza in New York City, becoming Mary Poppins, and what she’s learned about fashion from her movie roles.
Interviewed and directed by Joe Sabia
Producer: Marina Cukeric
DP: Cole Evelev
PM: Josh Young
Edit and Color: Ryan Powell
Post Sound: Bang World
Styling: Taylor Angino
Emily Blunt Interview
Girl on A Train
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
If they hear you, they hunt you. In this terrifyingly suspenseful thriller, a family must navigate their lives in silence to avoid mysterious creatures that hunt by sound. Knowing that even the slightest whisper or footstep can bring death, Evelyn (Emily Blunt) and Lee (John Krasinski) Abbott are determined to find a way to protect their children at all costs while they desperately search for a way to fight back. Hailed by critics and audiences around the world, experience the must-see movie of the year.
Ewan McGregor (Beginners) and Emily Blunt (The Adjustment Bureau) star alongside Oscar©-nominee Kristin Scott Thomas (I’ve Loved You So Long) and Amr Waked (Syriana) in this extraordinary, beguiling tale of fly-fishing and political spinning, of unexpected heroism and late-blooming love and of an attempt to prove the impossible, possible. Directed by Oscar©-nominee Lasse Hallström (Chocolat) and written by Oscar©-winner Simon Beaufoy (Slumdog Millionaire), this feature film is based on Paul Torday’s acclaimed novel about a scientist who looks to fulfills a