Emily Blunt Is Game For A ‘Devil Wears Prada’ Sequel



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Emily Blunt would be more than game to return to the role that made her one of the most iconic fashion girls in cinema.

The “Quiet Place” actress appeared on “The View” Thursday to talk about her new series “The English” and during her chat with the daytime hosts, her turn in the 2006 gem “The Devil Wears Prada “, alongside Meryl Streep and Anne. Hathaway, appeared.

When asked if he would consider making a reboot or a new film in the same world, Blunt replied that he would “in a heartbeat.”

Recalling her character of the same name, a moody assistant to Streep’s terrifying magazine editor Miranda Priestly, Blunt said the fashion and style alone would be reason enough to reprise the role.

“The green eyeshadow is so awful, it has to go out another way. So bad,” Blunt commented on her character Emily’s aesthetic choices.

“And the fashion, we loved it. I would [another movie] in a heartbeat just to play with those guys again. It’s a lot of fun,” he added.

Hathaway, whose career also took off thanks to “Prada,” shared a little more skepticism about the prospect of a sequel when she visited “The View” last week.

“I don’t know if there can be [a sequel]” he said, while on the show to promote his new movie “Armageddon Time.” “I think that movie was in a different era, you know? Now, everything has gone so digital, and that movie focused on the concept of producing a physical thing. It’s very different now.”

“Although, it’s tempting to think that Andy and Emily need to get the coffee to Miranda and she’s somewhere in Europe,” he added. “And then on the way they go to find Stanley Tucci in Italy, who’s in a restaurant. It’s tempting, but I don’t think it’s going to happen.”

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