Anne Hathaway-starer “The Devil Wears Prada” gets a sequel

Disney is reportedly developing a sequel to the iconic 2006 comedy

WEB DESK: Disney is reportedly developing a sequel to the iconic 2006 comedy “The Devil Wears Prada,” with key cast members and crew from the original film returning.

According to reports, David Frankel will direct, and Wendy Finerman will produce. Meanwhile Aline Brosh McKenna, who adapted the first film from Lauren Weisberger’s novel, is set to write the follow-up.

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The new film’s storyline will focus on Miranda Priestly, the scary fashion magazine editor played by Meryl Streep. Priestly will grapple with challenges posed by the decline of traditional print media in the digital age.

Emily Blunt will reprise her role as Emily Charlton, Miranda’s former assistant now a high-powered executive in a luxury brand consortium.

Negotiations are ongoing regarding which other original cast members might return.

The original film garnered critical acclaim and commercial success, with Streep receiving accolades including a Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Miranda Priestly.

Anne Hathaway’s character, Andy Sachs, appears absent from the sequel’s current narrative. However, fans are looking forward to further announcements on cast and storyline developments.

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The reunion of Streep, Hathaway, and Blunt at the 2024 SAG Awards reignited excitement among fans, hinting at the enduring popularity of “The Devil Wears Prada.”

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