Emily Blunt is effortlessly elegant
But Emily Blunt made stealing the spotlight look easy on Sunday when she arrived at the Into The Woods press conference in a ladylike ruffle neck dress.
Emily, 31, put the other actors in the shadows, looking like she'd snapped back into her svelte pre-baby body only nine months after the birth of her first child, Hazel.
Emily is after all used to competing in the celebrity spotlight, after marrying fellow Hollywood star John Krasinski in 2010.
The brunette beauty kept her look classic to speak at the grand Waldorf Astoria in New York, wearing a shape with high shoulders and a ruffle front.
Sporting a popular medium haircut, Emily showed off a subtle dip dye and smiled through blush-coloured lips.
Looking serene, the actress may not have been linked to her busy home life that's seen her produce Into The Woods and Edge of Tomorrow alongside Tom Cruise in the last two years.
Speaking recently about her transformed lifestyle with The Telegraph, Emily said: 'I don't feel I lead a glamorous life. Most of the people we're friends with are people you can just hang out with.
'You should have seen us this morning. It was… well, not chaos, but like everyone else in the morning with a small baby.'
Dress: black formal dresses
Before adding: 'Then again, I do tend to sweep down the stairs in a ball-gown every night saying, "Tell me I look beautiful."'
It was all high glamour for the Devil Wears Prada star during her stay in New York City however, as she joined international movie stars Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski, and James Corden at the DGA Theatre the previous day.
Emily and Meryl worked together previously on hit project The Devil Wears Prada but got together this time for a lighthearted children's musical.
Just a month before the movie's Christmas release date, the cast members reunited for a rousing Q&A session that was streamed online.
The stars were joined by director Rob Marshall and screenwriter James Lapine, who fielded questions before a screening on Saturday.
And while they discussed a wide variety of topics, the group couldn't help but share a fair few giggles during the session.
The upcoming film adaptation of the Broadway production melds a number of childhood fairy tales together, with familiar faces Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and Rapunzel sharing the screen.
Director Rob is certainly no stranger to adapting Broadway productions - the Tony-nominated choreographer helmed Annie and the Oscar-winning film Chicago.
'Kids today live in a world much more unstable and fragile than when I grew up,' Rob said at the Q&A, remarking the film focuses upon life after 'happily ever after', according to Variety.
Meryl added her two cents, noting children are well-aware today's 'world is full of darkness and joy,' according to the publication.
Christine Baranski, who portrays Cinderella's wicked step-mother, remarked 'status, money and image' were at the forefront of her character's mind.
Meanwhile, Johnny Depp, who plays The Wolf, did not appear to have made the event.
In a recent interview, the actor said he was 'honoured' to have been considered for the legendary role by Rob, producer John DeLuca, and composer Stephen Sondheim.
'I was very excited to do it. Honoured, to be absolutely truthful, I was honoured and somewhat proud that not only Rob and John wanted me to play the wolf, but Sondheim believed in me to play the part.'
Into The Woods first premiered in San Diego in 1986, and received it's first Broadway audience a year later.
The play has garnered a number of Tony awards, including Best Original Score, Best Book Of A Musical, and Best Revival Of A Musical.