Emily Blunt hates airbrushing.
The 'Wolfman' star - who played stick thin character Emily Chalton in 'The Devil Wears Prada' - is proud of her curvy figure and wants to show it off.
She said: "I hate when your legs are three times the length they actually are. It's unfair to represent an image of yourself if it's not true.
"They're going to see what you look like on film anyway, so why try to cover all your wobbly bits in a photo."
Discussing the importance of losing weight for roles in movies - especially in 'The Devil Wear Prada', which is set in the notoriously figure-conscious fashion world - Emily claims she only does it if the character demands it.
She said: "I was definitely encouraged to lose weight - not because I was overweight but because I was playing a character who was edge-of-ill thin.
"She literally doesn't eat. I couldn't turn up with love handles, but it wasn't like doughnuts were snatched out of my hand."
The 26-year-old also revealed she enjoys doing award shows and premieres as they allow her to do something different.
She told the LA Times magazine: "I think if you go to the awards, you have to be willing to understand that some people are going to loathe your dress.
"You have to allow yourself to be torn apart. It's exciting to do something so out of the rhythm of your normal life."