Emily Blunt touches down in Sydney with her husband John Krasinski and their children to film her new movie The Fall Guy

Emily Blunt is set to film her new movie The Fall Guy in Sydney.

And on Thursday, the actress, 39, arrived at Sydney Airport with her husband John Krasinski and their two children.

Emily dressed casually for the flight in green sport tights, a black shirt and white sneakers.

Emily Blunt touched down in Sydney with her husband John Krasinski and their children to film her new movie The Fall Guy

Emily dressed casually for the flight in green sport tights, a black shirt and white sneakers

Emily dressed casually for the flight in green sport tights, a black shirt and white sneakers

She carried a black backpack as she held her daughters hands and walked to an awaiting car.

John also dressed casually in grey track pants and a black T-shirt as he pushed along a cart full of luggage.

Emily will join Ryan Gosling to film the adaptation of The Fall Guy in Sydney.

The forthcoming feature will be based on the 1980s television series of the same name and it is set to be helmed by John Wick director David Leitch.

She carried a black backpack as she walked to an awaiting car

She carried a black backpack as she walked to an awaiting car

The Fall Guy, which premiered in 1981, was centered on a stunt man who led a double life as a bounty hunter.

The cast of the program was led by Lee Majors of Six Million Dollar Man fame and also included Heather Thomas and Markie Post.

The Fall Guy ran for a total of five seasons, the last of which concluded in 1986.

John also dressed casually in grey track pants and a black T-shirt as he pushed along a cart full of luggage

John also dressed casually in grey track pants and a black T-shirt as he pushed along a cart full of luggage

Emily will join Ryan Gosling to film the adaptation of The Fall Guy in Sydney

Emily will join Ryan Gosling to film the adaptation of The Fall Guy in Sydney

Development on the film adaptation of the program initially began in 2010, and Martin Campbell was eyed as its director.

The project was later shopped around, and it was announced that McG would direct the feature three years later.

At the time, Dwayne Johnson was in negotiations to serve as the feature’s lead.

However, both entertainment industry figures left the project, which was picked up by Leitch in 2020, when it was announced that Gosling had signed on to star.

The forthcoming feature will be based on the 1980s television series of the same name and it is set to be helmed by John Wick director David Leitch

The forthcoming feature will be based on the 1980s television series of the same name and it is set to be helmed by John Wick director David Leitch

The cast of the program was led by Lee Majors of Six Million Dollar Man fame and also included Heather Thomas and Markie Post

The cast of the program was led by Lee Majors of Six Million Dollar Man fame and also included Heather Thomas and Markie Post

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