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In , 20th Century Fox bought the rights to a film adaptation of Weisberger's novel before it was completed for publication. However, the project was not greenlit until Streep was cast in the lead role. Principal photography ran for 57 days, primarily taking place in New York from October to December later that year. Additional filming also occurred in Paris. The film received positive reviews from critics, with Streep's performance being singled out for praise.

Hathaway and Blunt also drew favorable reviews and nominations for their performances. Although the film is set in the fashion world, most designers and other fashion notables avoided appearing as themselves for fear of displeasing US Vogue editor Anna Wintour , who is widely believed to have been the inspiration for Priestly.

Still, many allowed their clothes and accessories to be used in the film, making it one of the most expensively costumed films in history. Andy is an aspiring journalist fresh out of Northwestern University. Despite her ridicule for the shallowness of the fashion industry, she lands a job as junior personal assistant to Miranda Priestly , the editor-in-chief of Runway magazine, a job that "millions of girls would kill for".

Andy plans to put up with Miranda's excessive demands and humiliating treatment for one year in the hopes of getting a job as a reporter or writer somewhere else. At first, Andy fumbles with her job and fits in poorly with her gossipy, fashion-conscious co-workers, especially Miranda's senior assistant, Emily Charlton.

However, she does find an ally in art director Nigel, and gradually learns her responsibilities and begins to dress more stylishly to show her effort and commitment to the position. She also meets an attractive young writer, Christian Thompson, who offers to help her with her career. As she spends increasing amounts of time at Miranda's beck and call, problems arise in her relationships with her college friends and her live-in boyfriend, Nate, a chef working his way up the career ladder.

Miranda is impressed by Andy and allows her to be the one to bring the treasured "Book", a mock-up of the upcoming edition, to her home, along with her dry cleaning. She is given instructions by Emily about where to leave the items and is told not to speak with anyone in the house.

Andy arrives at Miranda's home only to discover that the instructions she received are vague. As she tries to figure out what to do, Andy begins to panic.

Miranda's twins, Caroline and Cassidy, falsely tell her she can leave the book at the top of the stairs just as Emily has done on many occasions. At the top of the stairs, Andy interrupts Miranda and her husband having an argument. Mortified, Andy leaves the book and runs out of the house. The next day, Miranda tells Andy that she wants the new unpublished Harry Potter manuscript for her daughters and, if Andy cannot find a copy, she will be fired.

Andy desperately attempts to find the book and nearly gives up, but ultimately obtains it through Christian's contacts. She surprises Miranda by not only finding the book but having copies sent to the girls at the railway station, leaving no doubt that she accomplished Miranda's "impossible" task, thus saving her job. Andy gradually begins to outperform Emily at her job, and slowly but surely becomes more glamorous and begins aligning herself, unwittingly at first, to the Runway philosophy.

One day, Andy saves Miranda from being embarrassed at a charity benefit, and Miranda rewards her by offering to take her to Paris for Fashion Week in the fall instead of Emily.

Andy hesitates to take this privilege away from Emily, but is forced to accept the offer after being told by Miranda that she will lose her job if she declines. Andy tries to tell Emily on her way to work. Focused more on the phone conversation than on her surroundings, Emily walks out in front of a car while crossing the street and is struck, sustaining a broken leg and other injuries.

Andy later breaks the news to a hospitalized Emily. When Andy tells Nate she is going to Paris, he is angered by her refusal to admit that she has become what she once ridiculed, and they break up.

Once there, Miranda, without makeup, opens up to Andy about the effect Miranda's impending divorce will have on her daughters. Later that night, Nigel tells Andy that he has accepted a job as Creative Director with rising fashion designer James Holt at Miranda's recommendation. Andy finally succumbs to Christian's charms and, after spending the night with him, learns from him about a plan to replace Miranda with Jacqueline Follet as editor of Runway.

Despite the suffering she has endured at her boss's behest, she attempts to warn Miranda. At a luncheon later that day, however, Miranda announces that it is Jacqueline instead of Nigel who will leave Runway for Holt.

Nigel remarks to a stunned Andy that, though disappointed, he has to believe that his loyalty to Miranda will one day pay off. Later, when Miranda and Andy are being driven to a show, she explains to a still-stunned Andy that she was grateful for the warning, but already knew of the plot to replace her and sacrificed Nigel to keep her own job.

Pleased by this display of loyalty, she tells Andy that she sees a great deal of herself in her. Andy, repulsed, says she could never do that to anyone. Miranda replies that she already did, stepping over Emily when she agreed to go to Paris. When they stop, Andy gets out and throws her cell phone into the fountain of the Place de la Concorde , leaving Miranda, Runway , and fashion behind.

Sometime later, Andy meets up with Nate, who is moving to Boston because he got a new job as the sous chef of a restaurant. Andy apologizes to Nate, and they joke about grilled cheese in Boston, leaving the future of their relationship uncertain.

The same day, Andy is interviewed and is accepted to work at a major New York publication company. The editor recounts how he called Runway for a reference on Andy, and got a response from Miranda herself. Miranda described Andy as "her biggest disappointment"—and said that the editor would be "an idiot" if he did not hire her.

Emily is offered her Paris wardrobe by Andy and Emily warns the new assistant that she has big shoes to fill. Andy passes the Runway office building and sees Miranda get into a car. Andy gives a wave, but Miranda does not acknowledge her.

Andy is used to this and instead walks further into the crowd. Once inside the car, however, Miranda smiles and then orders her chauffeur to drive. He, cinematographer Florian Ballhaus and costume designer Patricia Field , drew heavily on their experience in making Sex and the City. Frankel recalls the whole experience as having high stakes for those involved, since for himself and the others behind the camera it was the biggest project they had yet attempted, with barely adequate resources.

Fox bought the rights to Weisberger's novel before it was not only published in , but even finished. Carla Hecken, then the studio's executive vice president, had only seen the first hundred pages of manuscript and an outline for how the rest of the plot was to go. But for her that was enough. Work on a screenplay started promptly, before Weisberger had even finished her work.

When it became a bestseller upon publication, elements of the plot were incorporated into the screenplay in progress. Most took their inspiration from the Ben Stiller film Zoolander and primarily satirized the fashion industry.

But it was still not ready to film. Elizabeth Gabler, later head of production at Fox, noted that the finished novel did not have a strong narrative. In the meantime, the studio and producer Wendy Finerman sought a director.

Out of many candidates with experience in comedy, David Frankel was hired despite his limited experience, having only made one feature, Miami Rhapsody , along with some episodes of Sex and the City and Entourage. He was unsure about the property, calling it "undirectable At a meeting with Finerman, Frankel told her that he thought the story unnecessarily punished Miranda. Why do the excellent people have to be nice?

Two days later his manager persuaded him to reconsider and look for something he liked that he could shape the film into. He took the job, giving Finerman extensive notes on the script and laying out a detailed vision for the film. Four screenwriters worked on the property. Peter Hedges wrote the first draft, but didn't think he could do more; another writer passed. Paul Rudnick did some work on Miranda's scenes, followed by a Don Roos rewrite.

I felt I was allowed to do what the movie wanted to be, a Faust story, a Wall Street for ladies. McKenna also initially toned down Miranda's meanness at the request of Finerman and Frankel, only to restore it later for Streep. Hire the smart fat girl" line, which she felt summed up the disparity between Andy and the world she found herself in.

In a interview with Entertainment Weekly , McKenna revealed that the character she and Frankel had the most discussions about was Andrea's boyfriend Nate. She likened his role in the story to that usually played by a male protagonist's girlfriend or wife who regularly reminds him of responsibilities at home that he has neglected. McKenna consulted with acquaintances who worked in fashion to make her screenplay more realistic.

In a British Academy of Film and Television Arts lecture, she told of a scene that was changed after one of these reviews, where Nigel told Andy not to complain so much about her job. Originally, she had made his speech more of a supportive pep talk ; however one of those acquaintances said that would not happen: "1133o-one in that world is nice to each other There's no reason to be, and they don't have time.

The " cerulean speech", [15] where Miranda draws the connection between the designer fashion in Runway ' s pages and Andy's cerulean sweater, criticizing Andy's snobbishness about fashion and explaining the trickle-down effect , had its origins in a scene cut from earlier drafts that Streep had asked to have restored.

It slowly grew from a few lines where the editor disparaged her assistant's fashion sense to a speech about "why she thought fashion was important She is so aware that she is affecting billions of people, and what they pick off the floor and what they are putting on their bodies in the morning. That scene wasn't about the fun of fashion, it was about marketing and business.

McKenna recalls that she kept expanding it to suit Streep and Frankel, but even a few days before it was scheduled to be filmed she was unsure if it would be used or even shot. She was revising it at a nearby Starbucks when she realized that Miranda would describe something not as just blue—chosen as the color for Andy's sweater since it would work best on screen [12] —but would instead use an exact shade.

From a list of shades McKenna sent, Streep picked cerulean; the final speech takes up almost a page of the script, long for a mainstream film. The speech has become one of the film's most memorable moments; "Miranda's signature monologue" to The Ringer. Once the script was finished, the filmmakers and Fox focused on getting Meryl Streep to play Miranda; Hacken recalled she was seen as so perfect for the part that no one had discussed any alternatives although McKenna recalls writing provisional dialogue should the producers have had to settle for another actress.

The news that Streep would meet with Frankel was celebrated at Fox. But while Streep, for her part, knew the movie could be very successful, she felt the pay she was being offered for playing Miranda was "slightly, if not insulting, not perhaps reflective of my actual value to the project.

This was an interesting way to get back at them. She insisted on the scenes where she explains to Andy the connection between the blue sweater she is wearing and the haute couture industry, [17] and the scene where Miranda briefly opens up to Andy, without makeup, about her divorce. Casting Andy was less clear-cut. Fox wanted an A-list younger actress, and felt Rachel McAdams , then coming off successes in The Notebook and Mean Girls , would help the film's commercial prospects.

However, she declined several offers to play Andy, telling the studio she was trying to avoid mainstream projects for a while. Hathaway, by contrast, actively sought the part, tracing "Hire me" in the sand of the zen garden on Hacken's desk when she talked about the project with the executive.

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Although she read them in her native British accent despite the character being written as American as she is in devip novel, Frankel was interested; [7] Finerman liked her for her sense of humor. Hathaway and Blunt also drew favorable reviews and nominations for their performances. Andy Sachs Hathaway is a budding journalist but goes to teh for Miranda Priestly Streep who is the Queen of Fashion with silk road new Runway Magazine, and who is a very demanding boss.

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Namespaces Article Talk. However, the project was not greenlit until Streep was cast in the lead role. Rotten Tomatoes. Andy Hathaway is terrific as the fashion novice who learns the hard way what it takes to work in the fashion world and for someone like Miranda.

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Best Makeup and Hair. Women Film Critics Circle Awards. British Academy of Film and Television Arts. From a list of shades McKenna sent, Streep picked cerulean; the final speech takes up almost a page of the script, long for a mainstream film.

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