Emily Blunt channeled the character of Meryl Streep from The Devil Wears Prada while speaking with Vogue at his office in New York City.
The 35-year-old British actress interviewed Vogue for her 73-question segment, in which she revealed that she acted as editor-in-chief Anna Wintour for the day.
This inspired Emily to drop the famous character Meryl & # 39; s character, editor Miranda Priestly, during the popular film in which the actress played her personal assistant.
Stunning: Emily Blunt, 35, hilariously recreated Meryl Streep's famous lines from The Devil Wears Prada during Vogue's 73 Questions interview segment
Hilarious: Emily tried for a moment in the video to choose between two seemingly identical blue belts when answering questions
Icon: The scene was made famous by Meryl Streep, whose role as editor-in-chief of the magazine is inspired by Anna Wintour.
At the beginning of the video, Emily tried to intimidate someone because he had given her a Starbucks.
& # 39; A bit cold. Leave it, "Emily said shortly before continuing with the rest of the interrogation when she walked into the spacious office of Anna Wintour with a view of NYC.
The actress was later asked what her favorite scene was to film in The Devil Wears Prada, which she admitted that her husband, John Krasinski, has seen an estimated 23 times.
& # 39; I found the one where I was really, very sick, & # 39; said Emily. She refers to moments during the film when her character has a terrible cold and is unable to perform some of her duties as an assistant.
Because the film focused on the fashion industry, Emily revealed lessons she had learned during filming.
& # 39; Just be fiercer and wilder, & # 39; said Emily. & # 39; I learned that from Patricia Field, our costume designer. & # 39;
The experts call: Emily took a call from co-star and brother-in-law Stanley Tucci (left) and Anna Wintour (right) during the interview
Popular: the actress revealed that she is more & # 39; fiercely & # 39; in fashion after her role in The Devil Wears Prada was a personal assistant
Emily takes the camera through a tour of the Vogue office as she walks to the closet to view garments and fashionable accessories. Along the way she tries to channel her inner fashionista while she gives the staff her opinion on different pieces.
A pair of red trousers were delighted with the actress, but then she rejected a white coat in a Miranda Prestley-like tone when she was presented to her by an employee.
& # 39; Hang that on, & # 39; Emily ordered jokingly. & # 39; Do not just throw it anywhere. & # 39;
The Devil Wears Prada credentials only continued while Emily was in the accessory case and asked to choose between two similar blue belts – a moment that was first popularized by the popular movie.
& # 39; That is a heavy task, they are both so different, & # 39; Emily said as she thought about what an actress said during the film.
Spectacular: Emily also plays a leading role on the cover of the December issue of Vogue Magazine
High flying mode: the actress was shot for Vogue by the famous photographer Annie Leibovitz, where she embodied Mary Poppins
She then decided to call co-star Stanley Tucci, who was married to Emily's sister Felicity, because of his opinion about the belts.
& # 39; I do not really know & # 39 ;, Stanley replied, 57. I do not know much about fashion. I only played someone who did it and it was all … it's fake. It was fake. & # 39;
Okay, you are very unstable, goodbye, & # 39; Blunt said abruptly before he ended the call.
Emily continued to reveal a fashion incident she wanted her to forget.
I do not think I looked good in the premiere of The Devil Wears Prada & # 39 ;, Emily revealed. & # 39; My dress was completely wrinkled and it was a mistake. & # 39;
Before the interview ended, Emily spoke by phone with Anna Wintour, who had allegedly inspired the Miranda Priestly character in the film.
The interviewer then asked Emily a final question: & how much do you think the interview has expired? & # 39;
She reacted hilariously: & # 39; I think it went very well. But next time, someone else would ask you questions. & # 39;
This interview comes at the moment that the actress on the cover of the December issue of the Vogue magazine in Mary Poppins-inspired clothing stands for the release of the film remake.