Anyone who works in fashion will have watched The Devil Wears Prada about a million times, but now Emily Blunt has revealed some new info about the role that shot her to fame.
Emily Blunt who played an assistant to the editor-in-chief of fashion magazine Runway in the movie, just revealed that her famous line in the fashion film classic was inspired by a trip to the supermarket.
The line when Blunt's character Emily is being mean to Anne Hathaway's character Andy (a fellow assistant) was inspired by a mother talking to her child in the supermarket.
In the film Blunt says, 'Yeah, I'm hearing this and I want to hear this,' while opening and closing her hand and as if to say 'be quiet'.
She took the line and made it her own in the film, helping bring her iconic mean on-screen character to life.
Blunt was actually promoting her new FBI flick Sicario when she revealed this gossip, explaining that The Devil Wears Prada, which was released a whopping seven years ago is STILL the film that she gets asked about the most.
Get the full interview here:
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