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Under the Circuit: Emily Blunt
By SP_COP on October 27, 2014 | From www.awardscircuit.com
Under the Circuit: Emily Blunt While she may not yet have the privilege of ‘Oscar-nominee’ appearing before her name in trailers, if they put ‘the ever reliable Emily Blunt’ there’d probably be few arguments against it. Blunt has been consistently strong since her breakout role in “The Devil Wears Prada” and has shined in both indies and major blockbusters, but the right role and right time just haven’t aligned yet for the Brit to land an Oscar nomination.

Diving right into her role in “The Devil Wears Prada,” Blunt emerged from that film as a viable commodity in Hollywood. She stood toe to toe with Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway to craft what still remains as one of her defining roles; so much so she essentially reprised it in “The Muppets.” However, Streep dominated that film, leapfrogging the supporting category for a Best Actress nomination. Blunt did manage her first Golden Globe nomination though (one of two she received in 2006, she won Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries), as well as a BAFTA nod for Best Supporting Actress.

Blunt became a recognizable face with “Prada” and she would appear in a number of films in the couple years, including “Dan in Real Life” and as one of Tom Hank’s aides in “Charlie Wilson’s War” – though it wasn’t bad company, so did Amy Adams. 2009 would bring another high-quality performance and perhaps her biggest snub if for no other reason than it is something the Academy usually eats up.

“The Young Victoria” saw Blunt play Queen Victoria in the first few years of her rule for “Dallas Buyers Club” director Jean-Marc Vallée. Both Blunt and the film received positive buzz and would receive a good bit of success on the circuit. Blunt particularly crushed it with critic’s groups and landed another Golden Globe nom. “The Young Victoria” would reap some Oscar glory, three nominations and one win for costume design, but Blunt was left on the outskirts.

Since then Blunt was been a great piece for a number of blockbusters, including the underrated sci-films “The Adjustment Bureau” and “Edge of Tomorrow” (aka “Live, Die, Repeat”). However, her best role to date is probably in Rian Johnson’s “Looper.” As a mother who is trying to rebuild her relationship with her young son, Blunt creates a wonderful character who handles some of the more delicate moments in this time-travel story with great care....
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