British actor Emily Blunt is a prominent name in the world of cinema. Currently, the actor is basking in the mammoth success of her movie Oppenheimer. She was seen portraying the character of Kitty Oppenheimer, alongside the Peaky Blinders star Cillian Murphy who played the titular character J. Robert Oppenheimer in the biographical saga.

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Emily Blunt

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The actor has been associated with projects like- The Devil Wears Prada, Into the Woods, The Five-Year Engagement, The Adjustment Bureau, Mary Poppins Returns, and A Quiet Place. Emily Blunt tied the knot with the Jack Ryan star John Krasinski in 2010 and the couple share two adorable kids.

Emily Blunt On Her Husband John Krasinski’s Marvel Entry

During an interview with the famous chat show host Josh Horowitz on Happy, Sad, Confused, Emily Blunt spoke about Oppenheimer, her husband John Krasinski’s Marvel entry, and her co-star Cillian Murphy. She mentioned how she had only seen her husband’s cameo in Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness. On being asked if she saw her husband play the character of Reed Richards, she said-

 “Yes, I saw his bit. I was like ‘Ok, oh, there you are!’ Yeah.”

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Emily Blunt with husband John Krasinski

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On being asked about the name of the superhero movie, A Quite Place actor mentioned-

“Was it ‘Doctor Strange? It was ‘Doctor Strange,’ right? Don’t, you can’t! I’m the worst person to be asked about this stuff.”

During an interview with the media outlet The Direct, Emily Blunt spoke about what the MCU project meant for her actor husband. She said-

“I was really happy for him because I think he’s a huge fan. And I understand why it’s such an ardent passionate religion for people. It’s a huge part of our cinematic history now. So he was thrilled… Well, I hope [we can see him in the role again]. I hope so. You never know.”

Emily Blunt’s Oppenheimer is currently running in theaters around the world and has been declared a commercial and critical blockbuster.

Emily  Blunt On Playing The Character Of Kitty In Oppenheimer

Christopher Nolan’s magnum opus project Oppenheimer not only had a compelling story but also a star-studded cast. Prominent faces from Hollywood like Josh Hartnett, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr, Tom Conti, and Emily Blunt enamored the biographical epic. Emily Blunt played the character of Kitty Oppenheimer, wife of the reputed theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer. During an interview with a media outlet, the English actor spoke about the different layers of the character of Kitty Oppenheimer. She pointed out-

“There was something flighty and wild and nonconformist about her. It was a time when contortions were happening to women, as they tried to kind of mold themselves into perfect housewives.”

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Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy in Oppenheimer

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She further added-

“But Kitty was a terrible mother and she wasn’t a very good housewife – and had no desire to be one. She was pretty ruthless in so many ways. She worshipped Robert, but also really called him on all his shit. Perhaps some people are just allergic to weakness? And don’t label Kitty an alcoholic: surviving on cigarettes and martinis at Los Alamos was understandable. Plus, Robert’s genius got him a free pass denied to his wife. His gender, too? Yes, I think so. I wonder what the world would feel if it was Kitty Oppenheimer who created this bomb.”

The 40-year-old actor sets the screen on fire with her dialogue and fiery screen presence. The character of confident and feisty Kitty Oppenheimer has been perfectly embodied by Emily Blunt.

Oppenheimer is currently running in the theatres.

Source: Happy, Sad, Confused

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