• Emily Blunt spills the tea on on-screen kisses
  • She felt sick after kissing certain actors
  • The actress spills the tea

"Sometimes it's a strange thing," Blunt confides, revealing the elusive nature of on-screen chemistry. Despite sharing the screen with heartthrobs and having to portray deep romantic connections, Blunt admits, "I've had chemistry with people I haven't liked." This bombshell revelation has fans buzzing, wondering which of her leading men she could be referring to. From action-packed adventures with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in 'Jungle Cruise' to her real-life hubby, John Krasinski, in 'A Quiet Place,' the possibilities are endless!

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Despite the challenges, Blunt shares her secret sauce for creating that irresistible on-screen spark. "I've got to find something I love about everybody," she says, showcasing her professionalism and dedication to her craft. Whether it's a charming laugh or a polite demeanor, Blunt's ability to focus on the positive helps her navigate even the most awkward of romantic scenes.

Kissing scenes: The good, the bad, and the ugh!

In a candid moment, Blunt doesn't shy away from the less glamorous aspects of her job. When asked by Stern about the dreaded on-set kiss, she doesn't hold back: "Absolutely. Absolutely," confirming that some kisses have indeed made her want to "throw up." This refreshingly honest take adds a whole new layer to those seemingly perfect movie moments.

On a brighter note, Blunt lights up when discussing her recent work with Ryan Gosling in 'The Fall Guy.' "I love his wife, Eva. I love their children," she gushes, painting a picture of a genuine off-screen friendship that undoubtedly translates into their on-screen chemistry. It's clear that when the stars align, working alongside a fellow actor can be a truly rewarding experience.

L to R: Ryan Gosling is Colt Seavers and Emily Blunt is Judy Moreno in The Fall Guy (2024), directed by David Leitch. Ph
Echoing Blunt's sentiments, Anne Hathaway recently shared her own uncomfortable experiences with on-screen chemistry tests, highlighting a problematic industry practice from the 2000s. Hathaway's reflections serve as a reminder of the progress still needed in Hollywood's casting rooms.

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