‘Jungle Cruise’ Film’s British Actress Emily Blunt Is Bored Of Doing ‘Strong Female Lead’. Details Inside!

She is now appearing in the newest Western, 'The English'. But a "strong female lead" is one thing Blunt apparently isn't searching for in a script.

Filmmakers frequently utilise the phrase “a strong female lead” to promote their movies. The British star Emily Blunt, however, expressed her dislike of the word and said she is tired of reading screenplays where her character is referred to as a “strong female lead”.

In a conversation with The Telegraph, the actor disclosed, “It’s the worst thing ever when you open a script and read the words strong female lead. That makes me roll my eyes. I’m already out. I’m bored. Those roles are written as incredibly stoic, you spend the whole time acting tough and saying tough things.”

One of the most admired actresses in the world is Emily Blunt. She is a performer who doesn’t like playing the same roles repeatedly. She will switch between horror (A Quiet Place), action (Jungle Cruise), and science fiction (Edge of Tomorrow). She is now appearing in the newest Western, ‘The English’. But a “strong female lead” is one thing Blunt apparently isn’t searching for in a script.

Blunt said, “I love a character with a secret. And I adored Cornelia’s optimism, buoyancy, and guilelessness. When you open a script and see the phrase “strong female lead,” it is the worst thing imaginable. I’m already out, so I roll my eyes at that. It bores me. You spend the entire time acting harsh and talking tough things in those characters because they are meant to be quite stoic. More surprisingly than that is Cornelia. She is innocent without being naive, making her a formidable opponent. Eli’s silence is broken by her, and as they are dependent on one another for survival, their differences are put to rest. That, in my opinion, was really great.”

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