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[WATCH] ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ fever reignited by Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway & Emily Blunt at SAG Awards

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Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, and Emily Blunt—three iconic names that have graced the silver screen—recently ignited a social media frenzy with their dazzling reunion at the 30th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards. The trio, forever etched in our hearts as the stars of the beloved 2006 comedy/drama film “The Devil Wears Prada,” stepped back into the spotlight, rekindling memories of fashion, ambition, and razor-sharp wit.


In a delightful twist of fate, Meryl Streep, the indomitable force behind the character Miranda Priestly, the Anna Wintour-esque editor of Runway magazine, found herself center stage once again. Clad in Prada, Streep’s entrance was nothing short of iconic. But it was her co-stars, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt, who stole the show. These two talented actresses, both serving as frazzled assistants to Priestly, rushed to her aid when she stumbled into the microphone stand. The missing glasses and the elusive envelope—their comedic timing was impeccable.


As the audience held its breath, Streep posed an age-old question: “Where does the character end and the actor begin?” A fitting inquiry, considering the uncanny resemblance between Miranda Priestly and Meryl herself. Anne Hathaway, resplendent in a “cerulean” archival Versace gown, quipped, “No, that wasn’t a question,” channeling the fictional fashion monarch’s signature sass. Emily Blunt, ever the quick-witted sidekick, playfully invoked another Priestly gem: “By all means, move at a glacial pace.” The room erupted in laughter.



The Devil Wears Prada,” based on Lauren Weisberger’s book, chronicles the trials and tribulations of working for Vogue’s formidable editor, Anna Wintour. Since its release, the film has become a cultural touchstone, celebrated for its memorable lines and unforgettable characters. Yet, despite its enduring popularity, a sequel remains elusive. Perhaps Meryl Streep herself has the answer—did she drop any hints? 🤔


What are your thoughts on this legendary reunion? Should the fashion-forward world of Runway grace our screens once more? Share your views below! 👠🎬👗



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