Emily Blunt is on the new issue of C Magazine, and in case you forgot, she’s promoting two things: her new film The Huntsman and her pregnancy (yep, she’s preggers again!). Here are some highlights:
Her second pregnancy: â€œThe first pregnancy is the most self-indulgent thing in the world because you get massages and prenatal yoga and hypnotherapy CDs. During this one I forget that Iâ€™m even pregnant. Iâ€™m hoisting a 2-year-old around!â€
Working motherhood: â€œItâ€™s quite a juggle with children, especially young children who are now able to vocalize, â€˜please donâ€™t go.â€™ I donâ€™t want to feel torn,â€ she said.
Sheâ€™d love to work with John Krasinski, just not as his on-screen love interest: â€œI think we would prefer it to be something where weâ€™re not married or boyfriend and girlfriend. Our chemistry is not up for public consumption. Weâ€™d like to do a play. That would be cool.â€
Her role in The Huntsman: â€œYouâ€™d be surprised by how much I enjoyed [playing an evil queen] and how easy it was to be this person, which is worrying. Sheâ€™s not just this rampaging villain. Sheâ€™s actually someone who, as delusional as she is, is thinking sheâ€™s doing the right thing â€“ and that was exciting to me. [It was] a huge dream of mine to have a massive queen-off with her [Charlize Theron].â€
Working on The Girl on the Train while pregnant: â€œIt was actually more physical than I realized, which worried me a little, but I wasnâ€™t telling anyone until a little later on. I told a couple of people like [co-star] Justin Theroux pretty early because he and I were doing some of the physical stuff together. Heâ€™s my friend, and I think he knew anyway â€“ you know how friends just have a feeling.â€
A Queen-off! That phrase kind of makes me want to see the Huntsman, even though it’s just a rip off of Asian cinema. That being said, I’m way more interested in seeing Emily and John in like, some kind of non-romantic roles together. What would that even look like?!