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Watching Intervention Taught Emily Blunt How to Play Drunk for Girl on the Train

Emily Blunt has never been blackout drunk in her life, which would perhaps be something to be proud of if she had any other job. But since Blunt is playing a lonely alcoholic in the upcoming Girl on the Train, her lack of experience operating on the outer edges of ... More »
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More like The Girl on the Studio 8H Stage, amirite? Emily Blunt is set to host Saturday Night Live for the first time in her career next month, TVLine reports. She'll be hosting the October 15 show, with no musical guest yet announc...

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Pop Culture / Celebrity : Just Jared

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Society & Culture / LGBT : Huffington Post: LGBT

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Pop Culture / Celebrity : Just Jared

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