Emily also weighed in on what she viewed as her biggest responsibility as a parent.
The film Krasinski eventually agreed to direct and star in with his wife, Emily Blunt, holds a 100 percent positive rating on the review aggregator RottenTomatoes.com after its showing last month at South by Southwest and premiering Monday in Los Angeles.
John Krasinski believes he "married up" when he tied the knot with Emily Blunt-and if he ever doubts it, his past interaction with a grumpy Customs officer should refresh his memory promptly. "You know, what extremes would you go to, to protect them".
We can only hope that John looked directly into an invisible camera after that interaction, à la Jim Halpert.
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"I think it was important that we found something that transcended the idea of us being a married couple", Blunt said. He explained, "It certainly hit home for us, we had just had our second daughter [Violet] three weeks before I read the first script, so it's been an immensely personal movie". Truth is, that's what I was most scared of, the silence. To further explain how lucky he feels to be married to Blunt, Krasinski recalled being questioned by a customs officer that he was in fact married to Blunt, while traveling to London. To be honest, when I signed "I love you" to her in the movie, it was because of her. John visited Emily, whom he married in 2010, nearly every weekend through filming. "It's a once in a lifetime experience".
'Even when [we] drop our 4-year-old daughter off at school, you don't know what she's gonna do that day. "That's the next step in our journey".