Charlie Wilson'S WAR star Emily Blunt has slammed Hollywood's aspiring actresses who are envious of her flourishing career. The British actress - who rose to fame after appearing in My Summer Of Love - has even been subjected to taunts from resentful wannabes keeping a watchful eye on the film parts she wins. She says, "I'm not a big fan of watchful girls. I can spot women like that a mile off. "Just a bit cool, watchful in that competitive, slightly envious way. Passive aggressive. 'Hey miss super-employed!' I have had that once. I'm like, 'F**k off!'" But the 24-year-old says the industry's more established celebrities - like her Devil Wears Prada co-star Anne Hathaway - understand they will invariably lose movie roles to one another. When asked to name her competition within the industry, she says, "Keira Knightley, or Rachel MCAdams, or Amy Adams, who's my dear friend. Annie Hathaway. All of that lot. "We go up against each other. But we know what the score is and if you just accept that you're competing it's fine."