Variety is reporting that Emily is in talks for “Sicario”.
Emily Blunt is in talks to star in the thriller “Sicario,” which will be “Prisoners” helmer Denis Villeneuve’s next pic.
Basil Iwanyk, Thad and Trent Luckinbill and Edward McDonnell are set to produce.
Story follows an officer from Tucson, Arizona who travels across the border to Mexico with a pair of mercenaries to track down a drug lord.
Taylor Sheridan penned the script.
Villeneuve will film later this summer, and then follow that up with the sci-fi pic “Story of Your Life,” which has Amy Adams in early talks to star. That will shoot in early 2015.
Blunt has two tentpole pics set to bow this year with Warner Bros: “The Edge of Tomorrow,” also starring Tom Cruise, bowing on June 6, and Disney’s “Into the Woods,” premiering on Christmas Day.
She is repped by CAA.
Emily is featured in the current issue of Vogue US (April 2014) with a beautiful new editorial and interview. We decided to add both the digital and print magazine scans because they have different layouts and the digital edition includes another outtake. Many thanks to kroqjock for the digital scans!
Scans from 2014 > Vogue US (April, 2014)
Scans from 2014 > Vogue US Digital (April, 2014)
Emily’s husband John Krasinski just announced on his official twitter that he and Emily welcomed their baby daugther Hazel today. Congratulations to Emily and John!
Collider is reporting that Emily is one of the actors who joined the voice cast of “The Wind Rises”.
Walt Disney Studios will be distributing director Hayao Miyazaki’s final film The Wind Rises to domestic audiences early next year, and today the studio has unveiled the voice talent that will be dubbing the English-language version of the Studio Ghibli film. Joseph Gordon-Levitt will lend his voice to the lead role of Jiro Horikoshi, while the rest of the cast will be filled out by John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Martin Short, Stanley Tucci, Mandy Patinkin, Werner Herzog, William H. Macy, Mae Whitman, Jennifer Grey, Darren Criss, Ronan Farrow, and Elijah Wood. The film tells the story of the man who designed the Zero Fighter used by Japanese pilots in World War II, and examines the Japan’s turbulent first half of the 20th century as the country struggled through an earthquake and economic fallout.
The Wrap is reporting that Emily is attached to star in “Sister”.
Emily Blunt is attached to star in the psychological thriller “Sister,” which Kevin McCormick (“Gangster Squad”) is developing under his Langley Park banner, TheWrap has learned.
StudioCanal is financing development of the project, which is based on Rosamund Lupton’s bestselling novel “Sister.” The project is near and dear to Blunt, whose own sister, literary agent Felicity Blunt, represents the book, which has sold more than one million copies worldwide.
The London-based mystery follows Beatrice (Blunt) as she investigates the death of her younger sister Tess, whose death is ruled a suicide by police. Convinced that her sister was murdered, Beatrice sets out to uncover the strange events leading up to Tess’ death, though she may pay a terrible price for the truth.