Are you sick and tired of getting on flights and being constantly bombarded with unnecessary noises like crying babies and flight attendant announcements? Well, Emily Blunt might have just created the airline for you.

In a new parody created from her latest TV appearance, Emily Blunt on Jimmy Kimmel made sure to intersect her newest movie release with a potential new business venture that we could definitely get behind.

Named 'A Quiet Plane', we see Blunt take the reigns on an airline that aims to have completely silent flights for their passengers. So, if you've been landed beside a particularly chatty fellow passenger, or if there's a crying baby on your flight - Blunt's cabin creatures will help out your annoying problem.

Here's the advert for her new business venture.

The star of 'Mary Poppins Returns' and 'The Devil Wears Prada' also joined Jimmy for a more in-depth chat about being the star of 'A Quiet Place 2', directed by her husband John Krasinski who appeared on Stephen Colbert's show earlier in the week. She revealed that she very nearly had a pop career, but chose to pursue acting instead. She told Kimmel, "I could have been the next Britney".

She also spoke about her husband's rather strange way to unwind and de-stress... finger-weaving. Apparently it's all the rage.

Here's the interview of Emily Blunt on Jimmy Kimmel.

'A Quiet Place 2' hits Irish theatres next week, on March 19th.