“I ripped my dress constantly”: Emily Blunt’s Wardrobe Malfunction in $142 Million Oscar Winning Movie Left Her Utterly Humiliated

Emily Blunt's Wardrobe Malfunction in $142 Million Oscar Winning Movie Left Her Utterly Humiliated
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Emily Blunt is a skilled actress admired by people all around the world. She is famous for her great performances in movies and on TV. She can play different types of roles, like being a brave action hero in Edge of Tomorrow or showing her singing talent in Mary Poppins Returns. Her acting abilities and charm have made her a favorite among audiences.

Emily Blunt at an event
Emily Blunt

Blunt’s talent for portraying characters with depth and authenticity has earned her praise from critics and nominations for many awards. Outside of her acting career, she is also appreciated for her humor, charm, and charitable work, making her a beloved and respected figure in Hollywood. However, the actress faced wardrobe malfunctions while filming The Wolfman.

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Emily Blunt Kept Ripping Her Costumes While Filming

Emily Blunt humorously revealed that while filming her movie, The Wolfman, there were numerous wardrobe malfunctions, jokingly stating that there were “a thousand” of them. The challenges primarily arose from wearing Victorian corsets and costumes, which caused some amusing mishaps on set.

Emily Blunt as Rachel Watson in The Girl on the Train
Emily Blunt

“When you are running in a skirt of that length, it’s so embarrassing, you definitely run like a girl, you can’t help it,” she said. “I fell over, I ripped my dress constantly, people stood on my dress constantly, I broke two corsets. There was a lot of that going on.”

While portraying the gothic heroine in the werewolf horror film, Emily Blunt narrowly avoided more severe injuries on set. “I almost broke my coccyx walking backwards because I tripped on it,” Blunt added.

Emily Blunt took on the role of Gwen Conliffe in The Wolfman. As the film’s leading lady, Gwen becomes embroiled in a chilling and enigmatic realm of werewolves. With great courage and resolve, Blunt’s character delves into the murky secrets shrouding the cursed wolfman, portrayed by Benicio Del Toro.


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Emily Blunt Credits John Krasinski For Her Fame

In a revealing interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Emily Blunt was questioned about a pivotal moment in her career that had a profound impact on her life. Contrary to expectations, she didn’t attribute it to her renowned role in The Devil Wears Prada alongside Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway. Surprisingly, Blunt credited her ascent to stardom to A Quiet Place, a film directed by her husband, John Krasinski.

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski

Emily Blunt warmly reminisced about the premiere of A Quiet Place at South by Southwest, a time when only a few had seen the film, and it was created with a modest budget. As the director, John Krasinski held uncertainty about how it would be received by the audience during that momentous event.


Upon its release in 2018, A Quiet Place received widespread acclaim from both audiences and critics alike. The film’s unique concept, compelling narrative, and adept use of silence to create suspense were highly praised. 

The Wolfman is available for rent and purchase on Google Play.

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Source: Glamour Magazine


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