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    It's Been 15 Years Since "The Devil Wears Prada" Came Out, So Here's What The Cast Looks Like Now

    A tribute post? For an iconic movie? Groundbreaking.

    Anne Hathaway as Andy Sachs

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    Devil-ish detail: In Entertainment Weekly's recent oral history of the movie, we learned that Rachel McAdams was offered the role of Andy three times but turned it down. Anne really fought for it — and ultimately won.

    Meryl Streep as Miranda Priestly

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    Devil-ish detail: Meryl drew inspiration for Miranda's voice from Clint Eastwood. She told Variety, "He never, ever, ever raises his voice and everyone has to lean in to listen, and he is automatically the most powerful person in the room."

    Emily Blunt as Emily

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    Devil-ish detail: Emily says she "stole" the line where Emily tells Andy, "I'm hearing this [insert flapping hand motion] and I want to hear this [insert closed hand]." She overheard a mother saying it to her child at the supermarket.

    Stanley Tucci as Nigel

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    Devil-ish detail: Stanley told BuzzFeed that his favorite scene is the one where Miranda first gets off the elevator and his character, Nigel, says "Gird your loins."

    Adrian Grenier as Nate

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    Devil-ish detail: Adrian recently admitted that Nate is actually the villain of the movie.

    Simon Baker as Christian Thompson

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    Devil-ish detail: Simon just shared that he's never actually seen The Devil Wears Prada, saying, "I just haven't gotten around to it." He said he was working during the premiere, but his family was able to go see it.

    Tracie Thoms as Lily

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    Devil-ish detail: Tracie originally auditioned for the role of Emily, but, of course, eventually came back and read for the role of Lily.

    Rich Sommer as Doug

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    Devil-ish detail: The Devil Wears Prada writer Aline Brosh McKenna recently shared with Entertainment Weekly where she thinks all the characters would be now. About Doug, she said: "Doug quit his job and is an outdoorsy guy and wears Patagonia, but still picks up [Runway]."

    Gisele Bündchen as Serena

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    Devil-ish detail: Gisele told EW she was cast because she sat next to Aline on a plane ride. She was originally wary because she didn't want to play a model, so Aline ultimately wrote her a role as an assistant instead.

    Daniel Sunjata as James Holt

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    Devil-ish detail: According to the DVD commentary, Daniel also originally read for a different role — Stanley Tucci's role as Nigel. He was unenthusiastic about it because he had recently played a similar role, and asked to audition for Holt.

    Stephanie Szostak as Jacqueline Follet

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    Devil-ish detail: If you're wondering why the one and only Jacqueline Follet looks so familiar, she recently starred on ABC's A Million Little Things as Delilah Dixon.

    Colleen and Suzanne Dengel as Caroline and Cassidy:

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    Devil-ish detail: Colleen and Suzanne told BuzzFeed News that they were most excited to work with Anne Hathaway because they loved The Princess Diaries...but their mom was more excited about Meryl Streep!

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