John Krasinski On A Quiet Place & Working With Wife Emily Blunt

John Krasinski On A Quiet Place & Working With Wife Emily Blunt

"I got out of the glass doors, took a left, and I was walking along about to get lunch, and just something hit me in the back of the head", Krasinski said while smacking himself in the back of the head for effect.

The actor, 38, appeared on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show on Tuesday and revealed a Customs officer once failed to believe John is actually married to Emily, 35. One of the most buzzed-about horror films of the year, A Quiet Place tells the story of a family forced to live in utter silence, lest they be killed by bloodthirsty monsters with unnaturally good hearing.

The actor, who starred on NBC's The Office for eight years, said the agent was less than impressed with his work. "And I was like, 'My wife, ' He says, 'Oh, is she an actress?" "We could be announcing our divorce right now if it did go the wrong way", Krasinski joked about the experience. In addition, since License to Wednesday, I've always talked Dunkin Donuts with Krasinski because we're both from New England.

"Would I know her?" he asked, to which Krasinski responded, "I don't know, man, her name's Emily Blunt".

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After what Krasinski called "strike one", they got to talking about the reason for his visit: his spouse.

"'So I just want to have this really honest conversation". Although Krasinski was "anxious" about using minimal dialogue, he soon realized it complemented the film's vibe: "Her gestures were so much more cinematic than saying the words would've been". "We didn't have that conversation again for a really long time, and it saved our relationship". Apparently, not everybody knows this - certainly not the London Customs agent Krasinski dealt with while visiting his movie star wife during production on Mary Poppins Returns. I've seen firsthand the incredible specificity, the incredible dedication, and the incredible taste level.

Let's just hope that a movie usher doesn't stop Krasinski from getting a front row seat, amiright?

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