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73 Questions with Emily Blunt

When Vogue’s editor in chief is called away to Europe, who runs things back in New York? Why, none other than Emily Blunt, of course. Between fielding phone calls, making dinner reservations, reading copy, and examining deceptively dissimilar cerulean belts, the actress somehow spared a moment to answer our 73 Questions. The thing she misses most about England? Its irreverence. The director she’d most like a call from? Alfonso Cuarón. Her criteria when considering a role? “Sophistication, intrigue, surprise—nothing derivative.”

Her first thought on hearing the title A Quiet Place? That the film, directed by her husband John Krasinski, would be a “sweet, sort of quiet living room drama . . . I was wrong.” As she works her way around the office, Blunt also reveals her hopes for the future of Hollywood, her love of jazz and home decorating, and pulls out her best Bostonian accent (wicked good!). She also shared the story of how Stanley Tucci became her brother-in-law and her method for preparing to play the world’s most famous nanny in Mary Poppins Returns, out this December. (Hint: It may require a bit of stretching first.) When Vogue’s EIC Anna Wintour called in to see how she was faring, Blunt assured her that all was well. Was there anything else that she could do to help? “No,” she replied. “That’s all.”

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