2 items from 2012
When she was a teenager, Dame Judi Dench took her under her wing. A decade later, she's the toast of Hollywood – and married to actor John Krasinski. Life would be perfect, she says, if it hadn't made her so superstitious
Emily Blunt is describing her Ocd with a humorous wryness. "It's very weird. It's only happened in this past year. I've started getting very superstitious and fixating on things. I used to do it as a kid. I'd get these obsessive moments where I'd be in the car with my dad or something, and every time we went past a lamp-post I'd go like this…" She pauses to make six clucking noises with her tongue, flipping her head with each one to acknowledge the lamp-posts she's mentally passing. "And my dad would be like: 'What are you doing?' And I'd go, 'Sorry, I can't…" she clucks, "…stop."
She rolls her eyes and laughs drily. »
- Megan Conner
The London-born actress, currently starring in Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, is poised to break through into the big time this year, say industry-watchers
The 29-year-old, who stars in Salmon Fishing in the Yemen with Ewan McGregor, co-stars with Bruce Willis, Jason Segel and Colin Firth in three forthcoming movies, while she is negotiating to appear opposite Tom Cruise in All You Need Is Kill, a potential sci-fi blockbuster, and to play Nora Charles in a remake of The Thin Man starring Johnny Depp, according to Variety.
Blunt will be appearing in cinemas again soon, alongside Segel in a romantic comedy, The Five-Year Engagement, about a couple who have promised to marry each »
- Edward Helmore
2 items from 2012
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