Hello chuck and blair the perfect pair readers! It has been a while I have written a post where I talked to you directly. Nowadays we are not getting too much stuff regarding Ed and Leighton, and since the show is over, we will not be getting any stuff on the show anymore either; but let’s not freak out. I am writing this post here to suggest you shows to watch while feeding your Gossip Girl melancholia. I know this show cannot be substituted into your hearts, and we will not do that, but you can find something new to fulfill its void a little. These shows have helped me overcome my GG sadness, and I hope they do it to you too, but without putting Chuck&Blair and the show apart. Chuck and Blair will always be a part of our lives and cannot be replaced by another couple if you have loved them as much as we on this site, did. For this purpose, I highly suggest you to follow parisinthe1920s, a twitter account dedicated completely to CB that is owned by some of my online bffs. The only way to keep the love and the memory of a show that has ended, is by reading fan fictions and posting edits, gifs, and anything about it everyday, so that many other people may be fascinated and love Chuck&Blair as well. On to the top, keep reading us for future news about EL’s upcoming projects and other stuff about CB.
As I wrote a few weeks ago, Leighton is currently filming a movie with Adam Brody and Gillian Jacobs called Life Partners. Luckily for us, the crew and actors are taking selfies to show us how the shooting is going… you can see some pictures below this text, hopefully they’ll shoot outside more and we’ll get HQs.
Ed Westwick will play the lead in the film adaptation of Anthony Bourdain’s foodie noir thriller novel Bone In The Throat. Burn Gorman (The Dark Knight Rises, Revenge) and Liam Cunningham (Game Of Thrones) have also joined the cast of the film to be helmed by commercials director Graham Henman in his feature debut. He co-wrote the screenplay with Mark Townend. Lenny Beckerman and Peter Heslop are producing the story of a sous-chef at the hottest restaurant in London’s East End who becomes embroiled in his uncle’s underground mob activity when he witnesses him commit a murder. Executive producer Maggie Monteith of Dignity Film Finance is backing the picture set to shoot in London in the fall. Westwick is repped by Michael Hallett at Emptage Hallet. Cunningham and Gorman are repped by Management 360 and the UK’s Independent Talent.
Leighton has a new movie in store, which is called “Life Partners” and is directed by Susanna Fogel. Adam Brody and Gillian Jacobs (Community) also star in the movie that will be filmed in LA. Filming started this week, so check OLV to see if there are any outdoors locations to watch them film the movie. This is what we know about the movie:
“A straight girl drunkenly promises her lesbian best friend she won’t get married until gay marriage is legal – a promise that becomes awkward when her boyfriend proposes and her friend remains a slacker who’s years away from even thinking about marriage.”
Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester has joined Robert Downey Jr. in The Judge, the Warner Bros. dramedy being directed by David Dobkin.
Meester joins a cast the includes Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, Vincent D’Onofrio, Dax Shepard and Billy Bob Thornton.
Judge is a co-production between Team Downey and Big Kid Pictures, and a Boston shoot beginning in June is being eyed.
Downey stars as a successful attorney who returns to his hometown for his mother’s funeral to discover that his estranged father (Robert Duvall), the town’s judge, is suspected of murder. The man sets out to discover the truth, and along the way, reconnects with the family he walked away from years before.
Meester will play a character with whom Downey has a one-night stand and whose later revelations cause quite a bit of headaches for the man.
Judge is Meester’s first major move since wrapping Gossip Girl, which ran for six seasons on the CW. In that time, she appeared in such movies as Date Night, Country Strong, The Oranges and That’s My Boy.