Are emily blunt and john krasinski dating
“I think I saw a good 50 of them before I ever met Emily,” he said. you’re getting a confession that I was her stalker, and I somehow pulled off a wedding.” He gushed about her again to last December: “Emily, through any lens, is someone that you just pinch yourself that you even get to be around her, let alone married to her,” he said.
“I don’t know who meets Emily and doesn’t hope that you get to become her husband.” John and Emily began dating in 2008, got married in 2010 and have two daughters together, three-year-old Hazel and one-year-old Violet.
Afterwards, he co-starred in a satirical play written and cast by his future The Office co-star B. Besides training at the National Theater Institute, he also studied at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, and The Actors Center in New York City.
After graduating from Brown University, Krasinski went to New York City to pursue acting, appearing in commercials and guest-starring on television shows, as well as doing readings of off-Broadway plays while working as a waiter.
And while the low-key couple is typically pretty chill when it comes to public displays of affection on social media—Emily isn’t even on Twitter or IG—John’s Instagram contains a few heart-stopping tributes to his wife.
In honour of their seventh wedding anniversary, here are five times John Krasinski was madly, dorkily in love with Emily Blunt on the ’gram.
Krasinski directed an episode of The Office, titled "Sabre", the fifteenth episode of The Office's sixth season.
He also directed the third episode of the show's eighth season, titled "Lotto" and the sixth episode of the show's ninth and final season, titled "The Boat".
Krasinski co-starred in the comedy-drama Away We Go with Maya Rudolph, directed by Sam Mendes that filmed from April to June 2008. He also co-starred in films including Kinsey, Duane Hopwood, Jarhead, The Holiday and Shrek the Third, For Your Consideration and Dreamgirls.
The screenplay, written by Kenneth Lonergan (who is also the director), is based on an original idea of Krasinski's.
In 2016, Krasinski starred in the war thriller 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, based on a true story.
Jon Gries of Lost fame will play a principal character.
Krasinski executive produced the critically acclaimed 2016 drama Manchester by the Sea, starring Casey Affleck and produced by Matt Damon, with whom Krasinski wrote Promised Land.
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