Your life will go back to normal and you can start going to school.
We can't put it in writing, but we promise you can go.' So that's why I said, 'OK. I'll do this.'"She never ended up finishing college.4.
In honor of the major anniversary, caught up with the cast and crew—including creators Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz as well as writer Joshua Safran—who revealed some surprising facts not even the show's biggest fans may have known about., the creators already had an idea Lively was the girl for the role."We didn't see a lot of other girls for Serena," Schwartz said.
19, 2007, following the popularity of the book series written Cecily von Ziegesar, quickly catapulting Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Ed Westwick, Chace Crawford and Penn Badgley to fame.
But they were underage, so they couldn't be prosecuted. A Reboot Isn't Off the Table: When asked about a potential spin-off series or reunion show, both the producers and the cast didn't completely deny it.
"Yeah, I don't really hear [talk of] that," Meester said.
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They first bonded at an Arctic Monkeys concert."We had these girls coming up to us, and they were kind of freaking out about it: 'Oh, we costume designer Eric Daman explained.As with anyone you meet—online or offline—your sound judgment and instincts are necessary to protect yourself.There is no substitution for acting with caution when communicating with someone you are just getting to know.Here are some essential 'rules-of-the-road' for safely navigating any relationship, but especially one that begins online.While e Harmony routinely monitors account activity and investigates all complaints of unusual, inappropriate or falsified accounts, e Harmony does not conduct criminal background checks at the time an account is registered.Because they did not want their personal drama to relate to the show." writers. "We were creating three episodes at once sometimes, we were given our lines at the very last minute, we didn't know where our characters were going; there was no planning or arc... We were basically sort of reading off of cue cards.