If you read the Fashion Review of the Bullet Magazine then I’m sure you’ve been wondering where the magazine’s article was. Well, ask no more because I have a few excerpts.
The article mainly spoke about Blake and her ability to transform herself into a darker and grungier character. The director of the Savages, her upcoming movie, mentions that Blake is very different from other actresses and what the movie required her to do. Here he talks about the movie: “It touches on many things that I like: family, power, greed, murder, death, the border of Mexico and the U.S., and cartels,” Stone says of Savages. “A lot of it—the sex, violence, and drugs—was probably scary and challenging for Blake, who seems like she comes from a nice family. It ain’t a Disney World ride and it certainly ain’t the Upper East Side.” He continues saying “I can’t say it was an easy project, where we all went to the same island and stayed there until we got to know each other,” Stone says dryly. “But at the end of the day, Blake got to know everyone when she was doing the sex scenes, which required her full attention.”
The interview then leads to more personal questions, asking her how she makes friends “The way that I meet people is the same way that I’ve always met people. It might be weird if I was on JDate, but I’m not, so that’s good. I meet so many people in passing at parties, but I’ve never been a person who’s like, I know I just met you, but let’s exchange numbers and be best friends.” Her closest friends are her Gossip Girl hairstylist and make-up artist. Those are the people she hangs out with the most which makes total sense since she’s always around them to begin with.
Other friends were asked about how they first met Blake and Leighton recalled: “It was at the screen test for GG,” Meester says. “She really lived up to her name—very lively—and she kept talking about American Idol.” I love the two of them and sincerely hope they’ll stay friends after the show comes to an end.
The interviewee also asked about Gossip Girl to which Blake said: “It’ll be bittersweet when it’s over because it gave me all of this, I think the best way to describe it is like someone who really enjoyed high school, and is like, I’m a senior and I can’t wait for the next thing! Gossip Girl was so great, but what’s the next challenge in life? Because, you know, six years is a long time. And as an actor who plays a caricature of myself on the show, I don’t think I’d say, Watch Gossip Girl for my best quality of work. But I am very lucky to have had that experience.”
Read the full article here: http://www.bullettmedia.com/article/blake-lively-from-a-whisper-to-a-scream/