Last night, looking absolutely amazing Emily attended the Montblanc Signature International Charity Gala in Los Angeles. I think you’ll agree her dress is stunning, she looks perfect! Pictures have been added to the gallery!
It’s that extraordinary day in London, the recent Monday when snow covers everything and no buses run, when schools are closed and strangers smile at each other in the street, thus acknowledging both the beauty and sudden emptiness of an unexpectedly transformed capital. Emily Blunt needs to be in Los Angeles by tomorrow evening but the news is that all flights out of town have been delayed, if not canceled. Read More
Lots of Sunshine Cleaning goodies for you today! Firstly, Movie Web have released an interview with Emily and some great behind the scenes footage. Both videos are in the video archive. Secondly, the official site for the film has finally been opened so a few new production stills and some desktops have also been uploaded! Lastly, I’ve added one more movie clip here.
Four more video clips from Sunshine Cleaning have been added to the video archive! They are all really great so make sure you watch them, I’d recommend the mattress scene =) Screen captures have also been added to the gallery!
ET has released a short interview with both Amy Adams and Emily, about Sunshine Cleaning! The video has been added to the video archive here. Screen captures are below! I also have a few more clips from Sunshine Cleaning coming your way soon!
Emily, looking ridiculously beautiful is featured in this months Black Book dressed as Dorothy Vallens. The pictures have been added to the gallery, read the full article in the press archive =)
“I adore film noir style,” says actress Emily Blunt, shown here in the role of Dorothy Vallens, the tragic femme fatale in cult auteur David Lynch’s 1986 opus Blue Velvet. The kinkfest classic turned Isabella Rossellini into an icon, while pushing noir convention into the shadows of dangerously surreal Americana. “Blue Velvet is so dark and ethereal,” says Blunt. “It’s brooding yet artistic—I love it.” Read More