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That's right — S would be down for a reunion with B, Lonely Boy, Little J, Nate, and even Chuck!
When asked about the possibility of rebooting the popular six-season series that followed the lives of Manhattan's elite, the 29-year-old said she'd be open to bringing back Serena van der Woodsen "if it was good" and "if it made sense."
Spotted: us losing our shit!
The actress explained:
Misogyny is responsible for countless issues in today's society — one of them being the downfall of NBC's Smash.
Theresa Rebeck, creator of the short lived Broadway series, dished on the rampant sexism that churns through many television writers' rooms where your favorite shows are made.
In a personal essay featured in a new book Double Blind: Women on Ambition (as excerpted by EW), the showrunner detailed how she created, wrote, and ran the room in Season One — at the request of exec producer Steven Spielberg, no less — before suddenly getting fired from the show SHE created.
Rebeck recounts getting "fired without cause" at the end of Season One, and shortly learned that many "dastardly stories" about her character had been invented by those who wanted her gone.
After the male writers who "conspired" to have her fired realized the show wouldn't last without the mastermind at the helm, they flew the coop and pursued other opportunities — leaving the network to hire a new team of creatives.
Rebeck recalls her showrunner replacement, Gossip Girl alum Josh Safran, being particularly unqualified — and ultimately responsible for the show's cancellation after Season Two. She wrote:
Although Deadpool turned out to be one of the most popular films of 2016, the Canadian-born actor still had A LOT of anxiety about the project. Thankfully, Reynolds had his incredibly supportive wife by his side to help him through the stressful times. Awww!
During a candid chat with Variety, Ryan explained:
We know we've said couples are #RelationshipGoals before, but this time we *really* mean it.
As you know, Ryan Reynolds was accompanied by three special ladies as he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday — and for the first time ever, we got a rare glimpse at the young daughters he shares with Blake Lively.
Of turning the special occasion into a family affair, the 40-year-old told Extra:
"This is one of the rare occasions when we thought we got to bring the whole clan. I'd regret it in 20 years if I didn't."
Totally makes sense!
And as we told you, Ryan adorably thanked his better half during the ceremony by calling her "the best thing that has ever happened to me, second only to this star." LOLz!
In response, the Gossip Girl alum took to social media with a sweet photo of her family's feet surrounding the Deadpool actor's newest tribute.
It's a good time to be Ryan Reynolds.
In 2016 alone, the A-lister was named Entertainment Weekly's Entertainer of the Year AND was selected as one of GQ's Men of the Year. However, it seems the proudest moment for Reynolds was when he and his wife Blake Lively welcomed their second daughter into the world.
So it's no wonder the Deadpool actor couldn't help but gush about his infant and his oldest James while at GQ's MOTY event. On whether his big year has gotten him "cool points" at home, the Hollywood hottie quipped to Entertainment Tonight:
Forget Lonely Boy, Penn Badgley is a total rocker these days!
It seems as though the Gossip Girl alum has ditched his adorkable brown 'do for a more punk rock look as he flaunted his blond hair during a gig at the Brickell City Centre in Miami, FL earlier this week. Ummm, yum!
Badgley, along with his band MOTHXR, performed the songs Touch, She Can't Tell, and Victim at the Life of the Party event.
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