Stanley Tucci and Emily Blunt’s humorous dialog on the opportunity of a Satan Wears Prada sequel

The Satan Wears Prada could have come out in 2006, however we’re nonetheless holding out for an eventual sequel.

The movie based mostly on a younger journalist referred to as Andy, who finally ends up working for ruthless journal editor Miranda, starred Stanley Tucci and Emily Blunt.

He performed Nigel, who’s Miranda’s right-hand man, after which finally will get betrayed within the film’s climatic finish. Whereas Emily performs Emily (simple to recollect), who’s fairly dedicated to the style world however nonetheless will get outdone by Andy.

Followers can be joyful to listen to that Stanley, 62, is up for a sequel if a script was ever created.

He advised at The Prince’s Belief Awards: ‘I’d carry him again.’

It’s been 17 years because the movie’s debut and so issues would seemingly have moved ahead for Nigel in that point.

Stanley spoke to Metro on the Prince’s Belief Awards (Image: PA)

Stanley believes he would have one main character change: ‘He’d be a bit of bit kinder this time round.’

He added that ‘love’ could be the rationale we see the distinction.

‘Emily and I joke about it [a sequel] however I don’t suppose it’s going to occur.’ We’ll fake he didn’t say that second half.

‘It was enjoyable I’ve to confess,’ he added.

Stanley Tucci and Emily Blunt
Devil Wears Prada

The movie starred Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep (Image: Satan Wears Prada)

The movie has a particular place in Stanley’s coronary heart because it led him to his spouse – Felicity Blunt.

Stanley was at co-star Emily Blunt’s marriage ceremony to John Kransinski in 2010, and it was right here he reconnected along with her sister Felicity after initially assembly on the premiere for Satan Wears Prada.

He was beforehand married to Kate, who handed away from most cancers in 2009.

One other movie we might even see Stanley in is the long-lasting franchise James Bond, as he’d be up for taking part in a supporting character.

Richard Madden

‘If they need me, I’ll take it.’

Whereas talking to us on the Prince’s Belief occasion, which was held at Theatre Royal Drury Lane to recognise extraordinary younger individuals he advised us his Citadel co-star Richard Madden could be a wonderful selection.

The present is a few spy company, so he’s already midway there to be honest.

‘I’d like to see Richard as James Bond. That’s as much as plenty of totally different individuals although, not me.’

He provides that ‘all the things’ about him makes him a superb contender: ‘He’s good, he’s good-looking, he’s cool and he’s a pleasant man.