Emily Blunt on Working With Tom Cruise

The actress discusses her new role in the action blockbuster "Edge of Tomorrow."
3:27 | 06/03/14

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Emily hunt has ditched the pra pradas, the corset and the fishing pole to go all-out in "Edge of tomorrow." She's a futuristic warrior, with the help of Tom cruise. He plays a soldier who gets trapped living and dying the same day over and over again. Get your weapon and get in the helicopter. There's a mimic 20 yards away. Only one of us ever makes it. Get in. The only thing we tried is aversion. Just walk away. Go back to the farmhouse. I'm a soldier. I volunteered. I'm not walking away. You died here. Right here. I can't save you. Why does it matter what happens to me? I wish I didn't know you. But I do. That's dreamy. We're so happy to have Emily with us this morning. Thank you. That was a moment there. Sexual tension in the room. I know. I know. It's a very unconventional love story, in a way. I kind of kick Tom cruise's butt for most of the film. And liking it. This entire movie is quite a departure for you. You're taking off your English bonnet. And the corset. And going into an exosuit. It's this armored metallic suit. And they're supposed to enhance a soldier's capabilities. In real life, it kind of hinders you. And your star alongside Mr. Action hero himself, Tom cruise. I know. What was he like to work with? He's heaven, really. He's so sweet and generous. And such a pro at this stuff. And he was so emboldening and encouraging. I wanted to do my own stunts. He does his own stunts. You kind of had to. I don't want him to be the only one showing off. I had to do some of them. You nearly broke your nose? I did. It's not a great story. I smashed myself in the face with the butt of my own sword. You're a busy, busy woman. A new mom. Yes. I love the picture that your husband, John, tweeted out, with an important message. But how is motherhood? Extreme highs? Not a lot of sleep. But it's all worth it. Not a lot of sleep but it's worth it because she's just so cute. She is adorable. I like that we were in control of posting a picture of her. I don't like the idea of there being a price tag on my child's head. I like better that we controlled it. Any favorite moments so far with little hazel. Bath time is the best, ever. They look like little buddhas in there. You see the rolls of flesh. And it's great. We have a lightning round. Oh, good. My favorite. Whatever you think. The first thing that comes to your mind. Just say it, as long as it's tv-friendly. If you could be invisible for a day, what would you do? I would probably -- what would I do? Well, lied like to get in on a conversation I shouldn't be in on. Maybe something in the white house. Last thing you purchased? The last thing I purchased was -- it was Snickers bar, actually boughtcf1 & or tea? Coffee now. Sed tea.it coffee. Become coffee.

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