Posted on January 18th, 2010 with
As many of you already know, Emily was nominated for a Golden Globe Best Actress Award for her portrayal of Queen Victoria in The Young Victoria. The award went to Sandra Bullock, but it was was nice that Emily was recognized! Emily attended the awards with her fiance, John Krasinski. The first pictures are in the gallery!
Posted on January 17th, 2010 with
Yesterday Emily attended BAFTA/LA’s 16th Annual Awards Season Tea Party, looking beautiful in a lovely blue dress! I love that color on her! Pictures have been added to the gallery. Remember its Golden Globes day today so we’ll hopefully be getting more pictures. Updates may not come straight away, Sarika and I are very busy and I’m in the UK and may not be able to stay up all night waiting for pictures to come in. All will be updated tomorrow though and keep your fingers crossed for Emily!
Gallery Magazine Alerts
Posted on January 15th, 2010 with
Life Magazine have posted portraits of 11 Oscar hopefuls and Emily is included! Her beautiful pic has been added to the gallery.
Their heroes and villains were all over the map: a tortured Harlem teen, a silver-tongued Nazi, a sexy frequent flier, a danger-junkie soldier on Iraq’s front lines. Now the actors who brought these characters to the big screen all have one thing in common: an Oscar dream. In this exclusive LIFE portrait gallery, photographer Jeff Vespa captures moments with 11 actors enjoying awards-season buzz — including our stunning cover star, Up in the Air’s Vera Farmiga, who’ll be hoping to hear her name called as a Best Supporting Actress nominee come Feb. 2.
Press The Young Victoria
Posted on December 17th, 2009 with
Interview Magazine have a new interview with Emily talking about the recent release of The Young Victoria.
The Young Victoria (out in the US this Friday) is a piece of historical revisionism. Neither a sweeping history of a monarch, nor the conventional image of the severe and reticent Queen Victoria, the film instead offers an intimate portrait of a spirited, defiant, and often-overlooked girl. Emily Blunt, best known for her role as the striving assistant in 2006’s The Devil Wears Prada, captures the dual existences–private and public– of the young sovereign. Eshewing the stuffiness of nineteenth century period pieces, writer Julian Fellowes and director Jean-Marc Vallée aimed to give an old story a more modern, dynamic telling. At its center is the intense, devoted relationship between Victoria and Prince Albert (Rupert Friend).
Posted on December 15th, 2009 with
Congratulations, Emily. She has been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress for her role in The Young Victoria. You can see the entire list right here.