British actress Emily Blunt has put her West Hollywood home on the market for £5.6 million.
Blunt is in discussions to play the lead role in a planned follow-up to the 1964 classic
The UK version offers rather lower-rent celebs battling it out in mime, reports Chloe Hamilton
The Sicario actress moved from Britain to the West Coast and taken US citizenship - It was all fine until she became horrified by the ‘lack of culture’
Blunt plays an FBI agent in Denis Villeneuve's crime drama and was backed up by co-star Benicio Del Toro
Andrew Garfield, Salma Hayek and Jack Black also took part in the popular talk show feature
The British-born actress angered Fox news after joking that she regretted her new US citizenship following the GOP debate
The London-born actress joked that she immediately regretted her decision to become an American citizen after watching the GOP debate
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