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Emily Blunt is a household name by now. She has appeared in renowned movies such as A Quiet Place, Edge of Tomorrow, and Jungle Cruise. But as revealed by the actress, her life would have been very different if a teacher wouldn’t notice her during her academic days. As stated by Blunt in various interviews, she suffered from a rare illness in her childhood that caused a lot of problems for her.
Emily Blunt couldn’t even speak properly due to her illness. Her problem has caused her to struggle very much in his school. But little did she know that acting will present itself as the ultimate medicine for her illness. Not only it helped her in the curing process but also catapulted her to new levels of stardom.
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The 39-year-old actress suffered from stuttering in her childhood. According to The Devil Wears Prada star, it was a hereditary problem and it caused a lot of trouble for her until she got into acting. Emily Blunt confessed how everyone around her initially thought that she was too tense to speak. But the case was not that.
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The actress’ life began to turn around when she was 12 years old and was advised by her class teacher to take part in the class play. Surprisingly, the advice to act in a “silly voice” helped her to attain fluency and gradually helped her to speak properly. Eventually, it led her to do another play at her boarding school which went to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and caught the attention of a fellow teacher. As Emily Blunt said:
“But then I did a play at boarding school that went to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. There was a teacher who was in it with me. He called his agent and said, ‘You’ve got to come see this girl.’”
Following that, young Blunt appeared in many auditions and focused more on acting which ultimately led her to become a big name in the industry. The actress even agreed that her stuttering helped her a lot in her career- “It was the making of me in many ways”. 
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The Girl on the Train fame has also been an active part of the American Institute of Stuttering and is often seen speaking about the issues of stuttering and raising awareness about it. It can’t be denied that acting proved to be a major life-changing element for Emily Blunt.
It hasn’t been many days since there were high speculations on the internet about Blunt’s MCU debut soon after her husband John Krasinski’s appearance in Doctor Strange 2. Disappointing the fans she has repeatedly denied reports of her ties with the superhero universe. But on the other hand, her upcoming lineup of films is extremely hot and points to a very bright future for the actress.
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The most immediate release for Emily Blunt will be the huge star-studded Oppenheimer directed by Christopher Nolan. In the movie, she is slated to portray the role of the wife of the Cillian Murphy-led titular character. Soon after that, she will be seen in another multistarrer Netflix flick titled Pain Hustlers alongside Chris Evans, Andy Garcia, and many others. The movie will unveil the illegal deeds of a pharmaceutical company.
Emily Blunt will also be seen in the 2024 David Leitch action directorial The Fall Guy starring Ryan Gosling, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Winston Duke.
Oppenheimer will be released on July 21, 2023, while Pain Hustlers is set to hit Netflix on October 27, 2023.
Source: The Things

Subham Mandal is currently working as a writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. He’s currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English based in Kolkata. He’s an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.
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