The idea of making a sequel to “The Devil Wears Prada” has Emily Blunt’s enthusiastic support.
On today’s episode of The View, the actress who played Emily Charlton in the cult classic film from 2006 indicated exactly why she would say yes to a second movie if it were offered to her.
“Because the green eye shadow is so terrifying, it absolutely needs to make another appearance. So terrible, “Blunt made a joke about her role in the film. “And we couldn’t get enough of the clothing. If it meant getting to work with those same guys again, I’d do anything to make it happen. It is a lot of fun, “She continued by mentioning her co-stars.
Meryl Streep portrays Miranda Priestly, the intimidating editor-in-chief of Runway magazine. Emily Charlton, played by Emily Blunt, is the fashionable assistant that Miranda Priestly employs. In the movie, Anne Hathaway plays the primary role of Andy Sachs, a journalist who enters the world of fashion editorial only to realize that it is not where she wants to be. Andy Sachs is portrayed by Anne Hathaway.
In addition, the fantastic Stanley Tucci appears in the film in the role of Nigel, a high-up magazine worker who, in the end, is passed up by Priestly for a promotion. (In the real world, Tucci ultimately wed Blunt’s older sister Felicity Blunt in 2012, and the couple is still together to this day.)
In an interview that she gave earlier this month on The View, Hathaway stated that, despite the fact that she had a great time working on The Devil Wears Prada, she does not believe that the picture would benefit from a sequel in the current cultural climate.
She explained it by saying, “I just think that movie was set in a different era.” “Now, everything has become so digital, and that movie was built around the concept of manufacturing a real thing, and it’s simply extremely different now,” said the character.
She said, “There is a thought that Andy and Emily need to fetch Miranda her coffee while she is someplace in Europe and that along the way they pick up Stanley Tucci in Italy when he is at a restaurant. This is a thought that could be entertaining to consider. Although I can’t say for certain, I don’t believe that this will take place. They may give it a new start, recruit fresh participants, and carry it out.”