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Simply stunning! Blake Lively was spotted on the set of Woody Allen's new, unamed flick in New York on Wednesday. The "Gossip Girl" alum looked super stylish in wearing skinny JBrand jeans, a One Great Day sweater, a Lindsey Thornburg leopard cloak and black booties. Lively had her luscious long blonde locks styled in pin-up curls and finished her street style with a bright pink lip. It's great to see Blake getting back to work, since welcoming her now 9-month-old daughter James with hubby Ryan Reynolds. The 27-year-old did make headlines last month though ... after announcing that she would be shutting down her lifestyle website, Preserve. "We have an incredible team of people who do beautiful work, but we launched the site before it was ready, and it never caught up to its original mission," she told Vogue about the decision. "It’s not making a difference in people’s lives, »
- tooFab Staff
Hair envy — always! No matter what she does with her tresses, Blake Lively looks stunning. She proved as much on Oct. 8, when she rocked a gorgeous curly bob. Rocking the faux short crop on the set of the new (unnamed) Woody Allen film, the Age of Adaline star, 28, looked every inch the '40s era beauty — at least from the neck up. From the shoulders down, Lively stunned in a modern-looking street style outfit, showing off her long legs in skinny J Brand jeans, [...] »
Woody Allen is moving into digital filmmaking for the first time with the announcement that he'll use a Sony CineAlta F65 camera for his forty-seventh film which is currently untitled and began shooting in August in New York and Los Angeles.
Jeannie Berlin, Jesse Eisenberg, Blake Lively, Parker Posey, Kristen Stewart, Corey Stoll, Ken Stott and Steve Carell star in the project which cinematographer Vittorio Storaro ("Apocalypse Now," "The Last Emperor") convinced Allen to go digital for.
In similar news, acclaimed cinematographer Roger Deakins has confirmed that the upcoming "Blade Runner" sequel will likely be in 3D, but it will be a post-conversion as he doesn't like shooting or watching films in 3D.
Sources: Interview & Variety »
- Garth Franklin
Blake Lively was seen on the set of her upcoming movie on Wednesday. The actress wore a metallic gown with a sweatshirt over it while walking around the streets of NYC. Blake is starring in Woody Allen's currently untitled new film, alongside Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg, who were spotted kissing on the Santa Monica lot back in August. Most recently, Blake made headlines for shutting down her lifestyle website only a year after launching it, but the last time we saw her was when she stepped out to celebrate the release of her friend's book last month. Keep reading to see the first pictures of Blake on set, then check out all the times you wished you were her. »
- Monica Sisavat
Woody Allen has moved to digital filmmaking for the first time, using a Sony CineAlta F65 camera for his 47th film.
The untitled film began shooting in August in New York and Los Angeles. The cast includes Jeannie Berlin, Jesse Eisenberg, Blake Lively, Parker Posey, Kristen Stewart, Corey Stoll, Ken Stott and Steve Carell.
“I had seen that the Sony F65 was capable of recording beautiful images in 4K and 16 bit-colour depth in 1:2, which is my favorite composition,” Storaro said. “So when Woody called me this year asking me to be the cinematographer of his new film with the working title ‘Wasp 2015,’ my decision was already made. I convinced him to record the film in digital, so we can begin our journey together in the digital world. »
- Dave McNary
At 79 years old, Woody Allen may have a very familiar filmmaking routine, but that doesn't mean he isn't willing to shake things up. He's got an Amazon series on his plate, and he's currently at work on his next feature, starring Blake Lively, Parker Posey, Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeannie Berlin, Corey Stoll, Anna Camp, Paul Schneider, and Steve Carell and this time around, he's dropped celluloid for digital. Sony announced today the untitled movie is shooting with their CineAlta F65 camera, with three-time Academy Award winner Vittorio Storaro ("Apocalypse Now," "Reds," "The Last Emperor") behind the camera. Even more, the movie will melt your eyeballs by being mastered in 4K. Take that Gordon Willis! (Of course, I'm joking). Read More: Bruce Willis Exits Woody Allen's New Film This movie shouldn't be a tremendous surprise given that earlier this year, Allen teased that he might be moving to digital, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
The Upper East Side could have looked a lot different! It seems two other actresses were in the running to play Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf on "Gossip Girl" before Blake Lively and Leighton Meester landed the roles. "I think the network initially pitched us Ashley Olsen and Rumer Willis for Blair and Serena," CW casting director David Rapaport told BuzzFeed. "I love Rumer, she’s grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years." For Rapaport, Lively was always perfect for the role of the troubled New York socialite. "I had seen her in 'Accepted' and at that time, there were no Lena Dunhams or Zooey Deschanels — it was all about beauty and glamour, »
- tooFab Staff
Attention, Upper East Siders! The scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite almost didn’t involve Serena van der Woodsen or her bestie Blair Waldorf — well, at least not how you’ve come to know and love them. The CW casting director David Rapaport opened up in a new interview with BuzzFeed about what went into selecting the show’s biggest stars, and who the powers-that-be wanted instead of Blake Lively and Leighton Meester. “I think the network initially pitched us Ashley Olsen and Rumer Willis for Blair and Serena,” Rapaport [...] »
Attention, Upper East Siders! Your world could've looked very different if The CW got its way when casting for its future classic, Gossip Girl. According to the casting director responsible for bringing you your favorite Arrow, Flash, 90210 and Gossip Girl stars, the network initially wanted two more well-known names than the now-iconic Blake Lively and Leighton Meester as Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf. "I think the network initially pitched us Ashley Olsen and Rumer Willis for Blair and Serena," The CW's go-to casting director Michael Rappaport told Buzzfeed of his hunt for the perfect rich girl heroines. "I love Rumer. She's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but »
It's time to play another game of "What could have been?" on the casting couch. David Rapaport, the casting director for the CW, is the one who has been shepherding all of those Neutrogena-rich faces to your television for years, and he spoke with BuzzFeed about some of your favorite shows — including Gossip Girl, Arrow, and The Flash. For instance, casting the greatest show of our time came during the height of O.C. mania, and co-creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage told Rapaport that they were looking for "the next Mischa Barton and Adam Brody." Originally the network pitched Ashley Olsen and Rumer Willis for Blair Waldorf and Serena van der Woodsen, but Rapaport was firm on Blake Lively. “Blake Lively was literally the only person I could think of for Serena," said Rapaport, breathlessly (we imagine). The network's first note was that Lively looked "a sunny California girl »
- E. Alex Jung
Go, girl! Blake Lively looked absolutely stunning in her first appearance since shuttering her lifestyle site, Preserve, on Sept. 30, while also supporting a good cause. The Age of Adeline actress, mom to daughter James Reynolds, 8 months old, was in Greenwich, Conn., for a screening of the documentary series that she's a part of, A Path Appears, which calls attention to human trafficking in the U.S. Lively, 28, appears in the first episode of the series, which premiered in January. In keeping with the theme of the [...] »
One of the most popular teen dramas of the late 2000s, girls everywhere longed to be immersed in the world of the ever-scandalous Upper East Side socialites on “Gossip Girl.” Blake Lively, however, put herself into this realm from her very first audition as Serena van der Woodsen. With a reader as her best friend Blair Waldorf—who would later be played by Leighton Meester—Lively captures the camera with her beautiful simplicity, just as she captured viewers on six seasons of the show. Watch as she wins her famous role below! Want to see more? Check out “9 Great Actors’ Audition Tapes!” »
Blake Lively will be closing her lifestyle website Preserve on Oct. 9, but until then there will be a huge sale. Blake Lively Closes Lifestyle Website Although this is not the end of Lively’s mission to change people’s lives, it is the end of the website Preserve, which features all sorts of cooking recipes, stories, […]
The post Blake Lively To Close Lifestyle Website ‘Preserve’ appeared first on uInterview. »
- Elisabet Stenberg
While Blake Lively is undoubtedly a woman of many talents, the 28-year-old beauty isn't afraid to admit she's still navigating her strengths. One day after the erstwhile Gossip Girl star announced she's shutting down her lifestyle website Preserve on Oct. 9 after just one-year of operation, the mother of one took to Instagram to thank her fans for their support. "Thank you guys for your support every step of the way in the @preserve_us adventure. I couldn't be more grateful!! One day I'll stop wearing so many hats ....but ...I'll probably be dead by then, so... I'm just doin' what mama taught me ;) She's my idol. Who's yours?" she captioned a photo »
On to the next one! Blake Lively thanked her many fans in a cute Instagram message on Thursday, Oct. 1, a day after she announced that she was shutting down her lifestyle website Preserve. "Thank you guys for your support every step of the way in the @preserve_us adventure," Lively, 28, wrote, alongside a snap from one of her photo shoots. "I couldn't be more grateful!!" Thank you guys for your support every step of the way in the @preserve_us adventure. I couldn't be more grateful!! One day [...] »
Effortless style aside, it isn't always easy being Gwyneth Paltrow. She would probably even be the first to agree. And it turns out that trying to achieve what Gwyneth has achieved is pretty difficult too—if not, as we continue to suspect, impossible. Blake Lively revealed this morning via Vogue that she is shuttering her lifestyle website Preserve after about 14 months, admitting that it never caught up to its "original mission," to make a difference in people's lives. And we give her self-awareness props to know that said difference wasn't always going to be "meaningful" and would, in fact, sometimes be "superficial." But while the going must have been rather rough »
Mia Maestro is probably best known to American fans as the dark brooding vampire Carmen in the “Twilight” movie saga. But there’s no mistaking her hot-blooded Latina roots in a stunning Esquire photo spread. After the epic saga, she landed another high-profile role Oliver Stone’s 2012 crime thriller “Savages,” with Blake Lively, Salma Hayek Taylor Kitsch, John Travolta and Benicio del Toro. ...Read More »
Bad news for Blake Lively. Only a year after launching Preserve, the actress announced on Wednesday that she's shutting down her lifestyle website and wishes she "would have waited" longer before taking her brand public. "We have an incredible team of people who do beautiful work, but we launched the site before it was ready, and it never caught up to its original mission," she revealed to Vogue. "It’s not making a difference in people’s lives, whether superficially or in a meaningful way." “And that’s the whole reason I started this company, not just to fluff myself, like, 'I’m a celebrity! People will care what I have to say!' It was so never meant to be that, and that kind of became the crutch because it was already up and already running, and it’s hard to build a brand when you’re running full »
- tooFab Staff
A little over a year since its launch, Blake Lively‘s lifestyle website Preserve is going dark. The “Age of Adaline” actress will shut down her first entrepreneurial venture on Oct. 9, and told Vogue the reason is that the website was launched prematurely. “We have an incredible team of people who do beautiful work, but we launched the site before it was ready, and it never caught up to its original mission,” she said. “It’s not making a difference in people’s lives, whether superficially or in a meaningful way.” Also Read: New 'Deadpool' Images Reveal Ryan Reynolds Unmasked, »
- Linda Ge
After just hitting the one-year mark in operation, Blake Lively is pulling the plug on Preserve. The actress-turned-lifestyle guru will close the virtual doors of Preserve come Oct. 9, explaining to Vogue—the mag that announced she would launch the site in the first place with a cover story in July of 2014—that the site never lived up to its mission statement, and that she's proud of the decision to know when to walk away. "It's very exciting and it's also incredibly scary," Lively told Vogue of shutting down Preserve. "I never thought I would have the bravery to actually do that, to take the site dark and to say, 'You know what? I haven't created something that is as true »
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