While they mostly keep their personal life private, John Krasinski just loves to gush about wife Emily Blunt, which makes him all the more crush-worthy.
We know our personalities influence the way we dress, but does our relationship status have the same affect? It certainly seems that way in 'The Five-Year Engagement' – the romantic comedy currently in theaters starring Emily Blunt and Jason Segel. The story takes characters Tom and Violet through almost every type of love phase there is, and their styles change accordingly thanks to the work of Costume Designer, Leesa Evans.
Sitting across from Emily Blunt and Alison Brie, one can get a really accurate sense of what days on the set of The Five-Year Engagement were like – there were probably a ton of laughs at the expense of their co-star Jason Segel, and some girly heart-to-hearts about the actresses' own love lives. With a movie premise as surprisingly real as this one, how could there not have been?
Want to enter our "Five-Year Engagement" contest? Tell us in the comments: What's the longest you think an engagement should last?
How does Emily Blunt make her marriage work with The Office's John Krasinski? It's simple: she puts him first.
Everyone usually groans when a co-worker says, "You know, I have the perfect person for you!" But, that wasn't the case when Emily Blunt insisted her The Devil Wears Prada co-star, Stanely Tucci, meet her older sister Felicity.
Disclaimer: if you have a massive crush on John Krasinski or aren't in the mood for disgustingly adorable gushing by a couple head over heels in love, you might want to click another article. As he inches toward his one-year wedding anniversary to the equally lovable Emily Blunt, Krasinski is proclaiming his undying love to anyone who will listen—in this case, Ellen DeGeneres.
I've never thought the idea of The One was very fair or mathematically feasible. If each of us had one perfect love out of the billions of people on Earth, what are the odds he or she would ever be found? The sci-fi romance thriller The Adjustment Bureau explores these ideas with style, action, and some intense on-screen chemistry between Matt Damon and Emily Blunt.
Although there were many great pairs at the 2010 Emmys, we only have nine places on our list of Best Emmy-Night Couples. It's too bad that January Jones and Jason Sudeikis didn't make the cut. We know that everyone was anticipating their official "coming out" as a couple on Emmy night, but we couldn't concentrate on them because January's fugger-than-fug dress took all the focus away from her adorable date.
We still do not know too much about Jenna Fischer's wedding to writer Lee Kirk. (Girl, when are you going to make a deal with a tabloid and let us see the photos?) Thanks to People, however, we do know one more detail that's sure to make Jenna's The Office co-star and on-screen husband John Krasinski really jealous: Jenna and Lee were married by none other the Survivor's Jeff Probst. Sure, John and his now wife Emily Blunt got married in Como, Italy at George Clooney's estate, but how can that compare to having the host of one of the longest running reality shows on TV fly back to LA from Nicaragua and make your marriage legal? (Besides being an Emmy winner, Jeff is also an ordained minister in the Universal Church of Life.)
Although most of us Yankees will be celebrating the United States' independence from Great Britain, there are some who have bridged the gap between our countries with love. Here now is a list of famous Americans who have pledged allegiance to their British spouses.
The Wolfman, directed by Joe Johnson, harks back to a gentler era of horror. A time when a scary monster (perhaps a man wrestling an inner demon), an ominous score and a few frights via surprise were enough to turn a trip to the drive-in into a surefire voyage to second base. But it's possible that this latest iteration, a Benicio del Toro flick, isn't really the best choice for a Valentine's Day movie date.