Taylor Momsen makes first red carpet appearance in 5 years
The Pretty Reckless rocker says she'd "never say never" to a return to acting.
Leighton Meester on Possibly Appearing in 'Really Awesome' Gossip Girl Reboot: 'Never Say Never'
Leighton Meester rose to fame as Blair Waldorf on Gossip Girl
Jessica Szohr recalls fan backlash against her 'Gossip Girl' character Vanessa: 'If you didn't like it, then I think I was doing my job'
The "Gossip Girl" alum acknowledges her character had flaws, but still feels like she got the short end of the stick.
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Spotted: Penn Badgley and Chace Crawford Reunite to Talk About ‘Gossip Girl’
On the primetime soap “Gossip Girl,” Penn Badgley and Chace Crawford played two very different teen characters: Badgley’s Dan Humphrey was a member of the Brooklyn literati, while Crawford’s Nate Archibald inhabited Manhattan’s social whirl. Now, their grown-up roles subvert those images: Badgley plays a bookseller — and snobbish serial murderer — on Netflix’s “You,” […]
Gossip Girl Reboot Release Delayed Until 2021 Because of Coronavirus
"They hadn’t even started production yet," HBO Max Chief Content Officer Kevin Reilly said recently of the anticipated reboot's status when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down Hollywood
Kristen Bell to Return as Narrator for HBO Max ‘Gossip Girl’ Reboot
Kristen Bell has signed on to the HBO Max reboot of "Gossip Girl," Variety has confirmed. Bell will again take on the role of the narrator, which she did throughout the run of the original series. The new series was announced in July with a straight-to-series order. It is set eight years after the original show’s […]
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'Gossip Girl' reboot angers fans: 'Original cast or we don't want it'
While the creators of "Gossip Girl" are tied to the project, the new release will feature a brand-new cast, and fans are not happy.
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‘Gossip Girl’ Sequel From Original Creators Set at HBO Max
A new “Gossip Girl” is coming to HBO Max, with the upcoming streaming service handing out a straight-to-series order.Josh Schwartz, who developed The CW series, and Stephanie Savage are both returning as executive producers, along with Joshua Safran, who will write the script. “Gossip Girl” was based on the book series by Cecily von Ziegesar.The sequel, which will be 10 episodes, will take place eight years after the events of original series, which starred Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Penn Badgley, Chace Crawford and Ed Westwick. The new “Gossip Girl” will be a completely new story set in the same world.Also Read: WarnerMedia Names New Streaming Service HBO Max, Nabs Exclusive Rights for 'Friends'Here is the description from HBO Max: Eight years after the original website went dark, a new generation of New York private school teens are introduced to the social surveillance of Gossip Girl. The prestige series will address just how much social media — and the landscape of New York itself — has changed in the intervening years.“Gossip Girl” aired for six seasons between 2007 and 2012 and was one of the first original series for The CW.Like the original show, the sequel is from Fake Empire and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios. Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo of Alloy Entertainment will serve as executive producers, with Lis Rowinski of Fake Empire as co-executive producer.HBO Max will launch in the spring of 2020.Read original story ‘Gossip Girl’ Sequel From Original Creators Set at HBO Max At TheWrap
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Steve Mnuchin's wife Louise Linton made a comedy with accused rapist Ed Westwick; Twitter's reaction: 'Hard pass'
Deadline reported today that Linton has written, directed and produced her first feature film, "Me, You, Madness," in which she'll star alongside "Gossip Girl" star Ed Westwick.
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This “Gossip Girl” Description on Netflix Has Fans Reminiscing About the Show
“They understand the show in such a profound way it's almost poetry.”
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Lisa Loeb talks her 'If You Give a Mouse a Cookie' music, Grammy nomination, and 'Gossip Girl' past ... and future?
The “Stay (I Missed You)” singer-songwriter has earned a whole new generation of fans with her growing collection of clever, catchy children's music.
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Jennifer Lawrence Once Auditioned to Play Serena on ‘Gossip Girl,’ Creator Says
Jennifer Lawrence auditioned for the role of Serena van der Woodsen in the “Gossip Girl,” series co-creator Josh Schwartz says. The mastermind behind both “Gossip Girl” and “The O.C.” told Vulture: “We did not realize this at the time, but Jennifer Lawrence really wanted to play Serena and auditioned. Schwartz said he can’t remember whether he watched the tape or not, and of course, the role of the preppy it girl went to Blake Lively.
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Summer Vacation Standouts: 15 of Our Favorite TV Vacay Episodes
Summertime and the livin’ is easy — especially if you have a DVR, a remote, and some sun-free spare time. If a staycation is on your to-do list this summer, why not live vicariously through your favorite TV characters’ vacation plans with a look back at some of our favorite small-screen getaways? We’ve also listed why each episode is a summer vacation standout. Who needs a travel agent when you have us?
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The 30 Best Bad Shows of the Last 30 Years: #24-19
As our countdown continues, 'Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,' 'The Client List,' and 'Dallas' get their due.
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Rumer Willis Dishes on 'Awful' 'Gossip Girl' Audition
Rumer Willis was surprised to hear earlier this week that she originally was pitched to play Serena van der Woodsen on Gossip Girl. The CW’s casting director, David Rapaport, told BuzzFeed this week that the network recommended Willis to play the New York socialite on the hit series, but the role ultimately went to Blake Lively. “You know, it was actually totally news to me,” Willis said about the revelation. I was so young and it was, like, one of the first things I’d ever auditioned for." Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s oldest daughter added, "My sisters and I were huge fans of the books — huge, huge fans — so I remember we were just so excited when they said they were doing a TV show." All is well that ends well, though.