Emily Blunt
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Few actors can lead both an indie horror film and a classic musical sequel to box-office triumph in the same year, but the British Blunt made that her key 2018 accomplishment by projecting both tough-minded focus and an inviting charm onscreen. She ably turned “A Quiet Place” — directed by husband John Krasinski — into a $341M sleeper success and followed it up by proving she’s got pipes, singing masterfully in “Mary Poppins Returns,” which took in $349M. “Poppins” earned her a SAG nomination and her sixth Golden Globes nod. Up for 2020 is a “Quiet” sequel and a trip to the land of Disney in “Jungle Cruise,” and awards success could lie ahead when she toplines the inspirational memoir adaptation “Not Fade Away.” 



Variety Honors

  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • 10 Actors to Watch
  • Variety Power of Women
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'Wild Mountain Thyme' Review: Jamie Dornan and Emily Blunt Can't Seem to Find the Words

'Wild Mountain Thyme' Review: Jamie Dornan and Emily Blunt Can't Seem to Find the Words

Movies are constantly coming up with reasons to keep lovers apart for long enough to convince audiences that they genuinely belong together, but “Wild Mountain Thyme” may be the first film in which those obstacles are never made clear. Rosemary Muldoon (Emily Blunt) is beautiful. Anthony Reilly (Jamie Dornan) is beautiful. These two Irish neighbors grew up on adjacent farms, and the “once upon a time”-style opening narration — delivered by Anthony’s father, Tony, played by Christopher Walken — makes...


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