British actress Emily Blunt has revealed that she is indifferent when it comes to fame. The Devil Wears Prada star said she was least concerned about being a big part in a film or doing just a couple of scenes as long as she was doing a meaningful role.
“Making films is like a fear-led industry where everyone’s like, ‘If we don’t do this, we’re going to miss out on this and then we’re screwed’. It’s that sort of attitude that I really want to fight against,” Contactmusic quoted her as telling Parade magazine.
The 26-year-old added, “The ‘fame thing’ seems to be the whole deal in Hollywood and the reason why people take on these huge movies to maintain it.” The stunner who shared screen space with Meryl Streep in The Devil..., further added, “I keep hearing, ‘You have to have staying power’. I believe that comes from doing good work.”