Sis welcome to the Emily Blunt library....
First we stop off at 'Devil Wears Prada'. Where she outshone Anne, and established herself as a screen match for Meryl Streep.
Next we move onto 'The Jane Austin Book Club'. Versatility was established for Queen Blunt.
Sis moving on, we introduce the film that showed Amy, Ms Blunt is the new face of Comedy Drama.
Up next is the role that showed the world, Blunt is Queen. 'The Young Victoria'. Also the travesty of her losing a golden globe.
On our next stop, we have Queen Blunt showing her versitility again by providing voice acting for Gnomeo and Juilet. The smash hit, where even as an ugly gnome, sis delivers the goods.
Queen Blunt on her quest for movie domination, showed us that a science thriller, can be done well, and enjoyed by non national geograhpic viewers.
Never has British Rom-Com looked so fine. 'Salmon Fishing In the Yemen'.
Moving on Queen Blunt sets her sights on anime, and joins the legends amongst Studio Ghibli's impeccable records. Never had our heart strings been tugged so much. 'The Wind Rises'
Meryl Streep recognises the rise of the new Queen, and takes her on to ensure the success of 'Into The Woods'.
Coming to the close of the library shortly, we now arrive at the chilling tale of 'The Huntsman: Winter's War'. Where Queen Blunt shows us that she has ice in her vains, and will chill a b*tch.
Now girl, we know you've seen Girl On The Train so we don't need to stop there, however please enjoy the magical sight that is Queen Blunt as a My Little Pony. Sis knew of the die hard fandom and has scored the drones of furries.
Love, is love, is love. - Kylie M.