Fans of “The Devil Wears Prada” all agree on one thing: Miranda Priestly was right. There isn’t much that makes spring flowers stand out. Nate Cooper, who was played by Adrien Grenier, was the real bad guy in the movie. You should go see the movie right away if you haven’t already.
It has a beauty film, Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, Stanley Tucci, and Streep’s advice on how to break someone’s confidence with just a look. You should go see it, then come back. We’ll show up. If you’ve seen the movie, you know what we mean when we say Andy’s boyfriend Nate, not Priestly, was the real bad guy.
He didn’t like Andy’s plans for Runway, and in the short time he spent with her, he only scolded her for changing her look and, in his opinion, her attitude as well. Andy had to go to work on his birthday, so he missed his birthday dinner. Fans all agree that he is the Bad Guy, but Hathaway has her own ideas about him.
“I think they were both young and trying to decide what they wanted to do with their lives. He did act like a brat, but I did the same thing when I was in my 20s. I hope this is all over now. I think that’s what we all do. Nate is not a bad person in my eyes because I wouldn’t want the worst thing that happened to me in my 20s to be what people remember about me.”
In The Devil Wears Prada, the real bad guy changes depending on how old they are, what they do for a job, and what they’ve been through. Is the main character the bad guy because she judges everyone around her, then quickly accepts their way of life and ideas, only to decide at the end that she is too good for them all?
Is the main character’s boyfriend really the devil if he makes fun of her job and cries when she can’t celebrate his birthday because she has to work? Is the bad guy Miranda Priestley’s male boss at her magazine, who wants her to be bad so she can stay in charge? Or is the main point of the movie true and Priestly is just a bad person with no morals?
One thing is certain: neither Emily Charlton (played by Emily Blunt) nor Nigel Kipling (played by Stanley Tucci) are bad guys. They are both fun and funny, so don’t look down on them. But there are a lot of other ways to end up in one of hell’s rings.
So, tighten your belt and put on some Jimmy Choos. Let’s try to figure out why evil seems to be everywhere in the fake Runway magazine’s offices by looking at each possible bad guy in this movie, which is harder than it sounds.
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