VIDEO: Emily Blunt Says It's Fun to Play a Villain in THE HUNTSMAN

Actress Emily Blunt stopped by this morning's TODAY to talk to Matt Lauer that working on the fantasy film “The Huntsman: Winter’s War”, sharing it was fun to play a villain because “you can do evil things and not get arrested.” She also talks about how she and husband John Krasinki are “more laid back” expecting their second child than they were with “the great unknown” of their first. Watch the appearance below!

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