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The Upper East Side Gets Vintage! Gossip Girl Producers Developing 19th Century Teen Class Drama For The Big Screen!

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Oh! It's like Gossip Girl gone vintage! We likey!

Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, the creative minds behind the hit CW series, have reportedly signed to produce a film adaptation of the Anna Godbersen-written young adult novel The Luxe, a 19th century class drama which focuses on four teens in New York which "features conflicts between old money and new money, the upper and lower class, and star-crossed lovers."

Apparently, they'll be partnering with Leslie Borgenstein and Bob Levy, and have tapped Ben Wohl to write the script, which they hope will be sort of a younger Moulin Rouge-esque music-driven story!

Nice! We think adolescents will probably eat this kind of story up!

Especially if they can secure a popular young cast! Tons of possibilities with this one!

Looking forward to seeing how this develops!

What do U think?? Would U watch The Luxe??

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14 comments to “The Upper East Side Gets Vintage! Gossip Girl Producers Developing 19th Century Teen Class Drama For The Big Screen!”



  1. 1

    sounds really cool!! I loved the first 2 seasons of GG (seasons 3 and 4 are a travesty) so if this is done right, I'd definitely see it!!



  2. 2

    hated this fucking series won't be going to this i brought this book read it halfway threw it across the room, smoothed out the creases then returned it for a refund. awful dreadful writing,



  3. 3

    i loved this series. the writing was iffy, but the plotlines were awesome!



  4. 4

    I am just finishing this series and was thinking it would be a good movie or TV show. While reading it, I was trying to imagine who could play the parts.



  5. 5

    sound like something that hasn't been done so sure give it a shot :)



  6. 6

    Yay for anna Besedina on the cover woop!



  7. 7

    I hate GG, it's basically the sex, alcohol, fashion, tantrums. But if you set it back in time it instantly becomes classier! I'm not gonna lie, I die for the outfits the girls wear on GG, so I might have to watch this series. On mute of course. A silent 19th century fashion show…



  8. 8

    It was a good series…as long as they don't buggar up the adaption…



  9. 9

    I loved this book series so much. I am very excited about this!



  10. 10

    Yes!!! I could do without the musical part, though.



  11. 11

    I say Emma Roberts! She's got that victorian face. Please, nobody trendy like the ones in 90210, whose faces aren't classic. It'll look like a cosplay show instead of an actual series.



  12. 12

    If the weardrobe is gona be like the cover of that book then the whole show is totally going to be a fail when it comes about respecting the costumes, hairdress and all the manners, attitude, etc. from that time.
    Gossip Girl was an ok series for the first and second season until everybody started to switch beds and they added all the ridiculous teen drama (for characters who WERENT teens).
    If the series doesnt get lost into the nonsensical teenage dramz and they respect the costumes I think it might survive.

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    13

    OMG I'm reading this book atm …it is fudging awesome…. lots of drama and pretty well written..



  14. 14

    the costumes alone would be worth watching it for-