Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt get back together to talk about "The Devil Wears Prada" and bond over their love of Christopher Nolan.

"Did we get together before the read?" Anne Hathaway is asked by Emily Blunt.

"This is so embarrassing," Hathaway says, "because I remember everything about the first time I met you." I like you a lot more than you like me. It's all right. It's all right.

Blunt might not remember how the two met before working on "The Devil Wears Prada" in 2006, but the rest of us will never forget the first time we saw them together.

Blunt's cold, bossy performance as lead assistant Emily and Hathaway's clumsy, curly charm as junior assistant Andrea made them a great pair that helped the movie make $325 million worldwide and made both women superstars.

As a result of "The Princess Diaries," Hathaway showed she could go head-to-head with Meryl Streep's bad fashion editor, 

and Blunt, who had never been a famous actor before, became one overnight.

Both of Miranda Priestly's on-screen helpers are having a great year in their careers this year. Blunt does her best work in Christopher Nolan's "Oppenheimer," 

where she plays Kitty, J. Robert Oppenheimer's wife, who triggers the film's surprise ending. In "Eileen," Hathaway plays a strange correctional psychologist who seduces a coworker (Thomasin McKenzie) and causes chaos.

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