Transcript for ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ cast celebrate film’s 15th anniversary with virtual reunion
Now to "The devil wears Prada" reunion. The entire cast down to celebrate its reunion, and Kaylee Hartung has the details. Good morning. Reporter: Meryl Streep has played unforgettable roles, but none like this. Putting fear into kids like myself on the first job out of college. They reflect on the fun they had 15 years ago. All right, everyone. Gird your loins. Reporter: It's been 15 years since Miranda stepped out of that elevator. Meryl Streep playing the glamorous and cutthroat fashion editor at "Runway" magazine. You have no style or sense of fashion. Well, I think that depends on what you are -- No, no. That wasn't a question. Reporter: "The devil wears Prada" becoming a cult classic. Florals for spring. Groundbreaking. Reporter: Just as quickly as Anne Hathaway's character gets that makeover. Are you wearing those -- The Chanel boots? Yeah, I am. Reporter: Now "Gma" is getting an exclusive sneak peek for the reunion from the cast director and costume designer. Is anybody wearing the Chanel boots? I'm not. Stanley, I thought you would be the one who would have them on. I am wearing thigh-high boots for the occasion. Reporter: The 2006 box office hit helped launch careers to new heights. At the time, Anne Hathaway was mostly known for movies aimed at teen girls and this changed the industry's perception of her. This was a mature adult role. They made a true superstar out of Emily Blunt who was relatively unknown at the time. I love my job. I love my job. Reporter: There are bloopers that still make these stars laugh. There's the scene in the closet where he's trying to imply that it's going to take a lot to squeeze Andy into these dresses, and Stanley had this motion. It was so funny. Will that fit me? Oh, yeah. A little Crisco and some fishing line and we're in business. A little pea soup and handcuffs. Reporter: The film breaking barriers. This is the first movie I've ever had that men have come up to me and said, I know how you it is the hardest thing in the whole world for a man to feel his way through to the protagonist of a film if it's a Our society has conditioned women to see the world through men's eyes so often, and particularly in cinema, literature, and this started to make that change. Reporter: The humor, style and struggle, timeless. It connects to that relatable work-life balance issue where the movie has nine lives. It has a new life now as culture is changing. That's all. Reporter: Fans have been begging for a sequel, but there are no plans for Miranda to continue her reign over the fashion world. You can watch the entire hilarious reunion now on ew.com and read more in the June issue of "Entertainment weekly" out Friday, and we can't wait for T.J.'s review. This week. I promise I'm going to watch it this week The heat and the drought in
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