Jessica blij met terugkeer van GG
Actress Jessica Szohr has said that she is excited about the new season of ‘Gossip Girl’.
According to Digital Spy, she said: “When I first came on, I was only supposed to do two episodes. And then they made me a part of the whole cast which is really exciting and amazing.
“[Showrunners] Josh [Schwartz] and Stephanie [Savage] said before the third season, ‘She’s going to start getting more real estate so you get to learn more about her character and where she comes from’. It was exciting. I was really happy for her.”
Speaking about the future of the show, she said: “I’m excited to kind of see where everyone goes in the fourth season.”
Jessica “Vanessa hoort relatie te hebben met Dan”
Jessica Szohr has suggested that her Gossip Girl character should end up with Dan.
Vanessa has previously been romantically involved with Nate (Chace Crawford) and Chuck (Ed Westwick) but Szohr claimed that she is most suited to Dan (Penn Badgley).
“They have so much in common,” she told DS. “They know each other. And you know when you first start dating someone you’re always kind of on your best behaviour… not best behaviour, but when four months hits all of a sudden you’re like, ‘Don’t chew your gum like that’. And when you’re best friends with someone before you date them you don’t have to pretend and you don’t have to be on pins and needles with things.”
She continued: “They have that connection, and their families know each other. I think out of the three guys on the show Dan for sure is the best for Vanessa.”
Szohr added that she enjoyed the storyline in which Vanessa dated Nate but continued: “I didn’t think it really fit for her, because they’re totally opposite, from two different families and just didn’t really see the same things.”
She also admitted that she didn’t understand the decision to put Vanessa and Chuck together, saying: “I thought that was completely outrageous when I read that. I’m like, ‘They hate each other, what the hell?’ And then they hook up and like nothing else happened. At least have them hook up again! I thought that was just funny. It was just very random and for no purpose really, I thought. I don’t think they’ve had a scene together since they hooked up.”
Jessica in “Op” Fall campain
Jessica is te zien in de herfst campagne voor het merk “OP”. Eerder was ze al met enkele andere sterren te zien in de lente campagne van het merk. Er zijn enkele achter de schermen video’s verschenen van de promotieshoot op de campus van UCLA. Enkele outtakes en adds zijn al in de galerij te vinden!
Teen Choice Awards
De nominaties van de Teen Choice Awards zijn bekend, en ook Gossip Girl is een paar keer genomineerd. Je kan vanaf nu stemmen en op 9 augustus worden tijdens de uitreiking de winnaars bekend gemaakt!
Choice TV Show: Drama
The Secret Life of the American Teenager
Choice TV Actor: Drama
Penn Badgley, “Gossip Girl”
Ken Baumann, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
Chace Crawford, “Gossip Girl”
Daren Kagasoff, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
Tristan Wilds, “90210”
Choice TV Actress: Drama
Sophia Bush, “One Tree Hill”
Blake Lively, “Gossip Girl”
Leighton Meester, “Gossip Girl”
Olivia Wilde, “House”
Shailene Woodley, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
Choice TV: Villain
Russell Hantz, “Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains”
Jane Lynch, “Glee”
Terry O’Quinn, “Lost”
Ian Somerhalder, “The Vampire Diaries”
Ed Westwick, “Gossip Girl”
Nieuwste foto’s allemaal in de galerij!
Inmiddels zijn alle laatste foto’s in de galerij toegevoegd, zo’n 500 foto’s van appereances, candids, fotoshoots en scans in 40 nieuwe albums! Hier een klein overzicht van enkele nieuwe albums. Bij nieuwe updates zal gewoon weer gepost worden, maar nu zijn het gewoon teveel albums.
http//: Laatste albums
Chuck Bass word super-crimineel?
Als het als Ed Westwick ligt wil hij wel dat Chuck Bass en wat duistere kant krijgt zoals bijvoorbeeld super-crimineel?
‘Gossip Girl’ star Ed Westwick has said that he would love to get some action roles, suggesting that he could play a “super-villian”.
According to The Independent, the 22-year-old actor, who plays Chuck Bass in the show, said: “I’d love to be a super-villain after watching the first ‘Iron Man’.”
“I would kill to be Batman, simple as that.”
“My ambition is to do some great movies and work with some fantastic filmmakers like David Fincher, Peter Jackson and Jon Favreau.”
He said: “I could play the new version of ‘American Psycho’. I love that movie and I know every line from that movie.”
Chuck Bass wint een Emmy?
The CW is een campange begonnen om de jury van de Emmy Awards ook een kijkje te laten nemen naar hun series in de hoop een Emmy Award in de wacht te slepen.
Now here’s a thought that just might make your ascot go all askew: Chuck Bass, holding an Emmy.
House-web The CW, home of shows like “Gossip Girl,” “Smallville” and “America’s Next Top Model,” has launched its first official Emmy campaign. Which means the network — on the record — wants the Emmy people to consider actors like Leighton Meester and Ian Somerhalder alongside the casts of, say, “Mad Men” or “Dexter” or “House M.D.”
Now, for the record, nobody knows how to sling sexually laced double entendres while simultaneously riding in the back of a limo — the CW equivalent of walking and chewing gum at the same time — like Chuck Bass-portrayer Ed Westwick. But an Emmy? Really?
Actually, yeah. An Emmy. Really.
Observe while Preach it! makes its point and insults the fans of “House” at the same time:
The best thing about “House” isn’t the acting. It’s the writing. It’s watching Hugh Laurie spout lines like, “I know you’re in there; I can hear you caring.” Laurie routinely overplays such bon mots, and yet fans have been outraged year after year when he’s been passed over for an Emmy. Westwick, meanwhile, is given the same kind of love from his show’s writers, but he wisely underplays many of his lines instead of sending them over the top.
Of course neither Laurie or Westwick have anywhere near the set of chops that …
… Bryan Cranston whipped out for “Breaking Bad” — a feat that won him the Emmy two years in a row. But Preach It!’s point is this: If it’s between Laurie and Westwick next year, give the Emmy to Westwick.
Andre-crop Here’s another argument in favor of an Emmy for the CW: Andre Leon Talley. He made his reality TV debut this year as a judge for “Top Model,” and in mere moments banished all dreckitude, turning the panel room into his own personal salon of fashion history and highbrow taste (rayon graduation robes notwithstanding).
There is no Emmy category for outstanding judging in a reality competition show. But there should be. Talley should be the only nominee — and the only winner.
Chace gearresteerd voor het bezit van drug
Chace is afgelopen week gearresteerd voor het in het bezit hebben van marijuana. Hij is inmiddels op vrije voeten maar riskeerd een maximale staf van 180 dagen gevangenis en $2,000 boete!
What a dope. Um, XOXO.
Gossip Girl hunk Chace Crawford was arrested in his hometown of Plano, Texas, early this morning after cops allegedly found him in possession of marijuana.
Here’s what happened:
The bust went down while Crawford and a buddy were chilling in a ‘03 Nissan outside of Ringo’s Pub. (There’s no word on the friend’s identity, but it’s safe to say it was not Mexican travel buddy Tony Romo.)
Police allege he had less than 2 ounces of pot on him. One source tells E! News it was just a single joint.
Crawford managed to spring himself just after 1 a.m., albeit not before leaving the Internet with that gift that keeps on giving, a celeb mug shot.
“He is not in custody,” Plano police told E! News. “He already bailed out early this a.m.”
The maximum sentence for misdemeanor pot-possession is 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine.
Chace in LA Condidential Magazine
Chace Crawford is that aburdly rare combination of so ridiculously handsome girls love him, so cool guys don’t hate him and so down-to-earth he seems like the approachable boy next door. Perhaps that’s why we haven’t taken our eyes off him since he first hit the small screen in the CW’s muchloved, much-hyped, Upper East Side drama Gossip Girl. But these days it seems Crawford is shedding his privileged prepschool skin and revealing Chace Crawford 2.0—the sexier, more adult version. Take Twelve, his new movie out in June, also starring Kiefer Sutherland and 50 Cent, in which he plays a well-connected uptown kid (oh wait, that’s not that different) who sells drugs and watches his life unravel after the death of his cousin (now we’re talking).
We sat down with Crawford while he was in LA on a break from the New York City-based Gossip Girl to find out what he loves about the City of Angels, what working with 50 Cent is really like and if Serena and Nate will go the distance (although we think we know the answer to that one).
LOS ANGELES CONFIDENTIAL: You lived here when you went to Pepperdine University. Now you’re based in New York for Gossip Girl; do you like coming back to LA?
CHACE CRAWFORD: I love being in LA. New York and LA are polar opposites. I’m a Dallas boy, so for the weather, LA is where it’s at. I think the New York winters may end up driving me back out to the West Coast. What makes Hollywood Hollywood is the weather. The sun kind of hits you different out here, so every time I come here it’s rejuvenating.
LAC: In your film Twelve, out this July, you play a young drug dealer. Why was this a role you wanted to take on?
CC: It’s a complete departure for me. The character grew up with the privilege and the money, but his father is running the family’s bankrupt business, and his mom was stricken with cancer and battled that and died. So he’s almost forced to sell marijuana, and he doesn’t even know what he’s doing. He’s in over his head. It’s good for me because it’s a heroic figure, but it’s a pretty tragic, dark, melodramatic movie. There are a lot of really comedic parts in it, and it almost goes over the top to make fun of the Gossip Girl crowd. [The film] is so campy and funny, it’s silly, and then when it’s contrasted with the dark reality of one of the girl characters spiraling emotionally into this tailspin, it’s very tragic. It was a lot of fun—very liberating. It’s kind of a Less Than Zero for our generation.
LAC: Working with 50 Cent has to be pretty different from working with Ed Westwick and Blake Lively. Tell us a little bit about the experience.
CC: I get shot in the movie, and [50 Cent] and [actress] Emily Meade are involved in this scene where I bust in. And when it came time to do it, I basically only had one try at it, and so I guess I got really excited. I didn’t even notice my behavior, but he did. And I was running around asking, “How did we do? How was the angle?” And [50 Cent] turns to Emily and—with the biggest smirk—is like, “Shit! Chace has never been shot before, has he?” [Laughs] Oh, God, I died. That’s how he is. He’s just a big jokester. [50 Cent] is like Mr. Nice Guy Next Door. He gives everyone a big hug, makes sure everyone’s having fun and keeps it light. I remember the day I was driving homefrom school and his first CD came on. I absolutely loved him, so [working with him] was pretty surreal.
LAC: Turning to Gossip Girl, you and Serena finally really got together this season. When you and Blake saw the script, did you have a sense of, Yay, finally?
CC: I think it was almost more like, On to the next one. They’ve given her 15 game-player boyfriends, and they’ve given me everyone in the cast. It’s funny because in a certain sense our characters are very similar, and it kind of just makes sense. I was also pumped because Blake and I are good friends, and it’s just fun; we have a blast working together.
LAC: You live in a world where you are constantly in the public eye and dealing with the paparazzi. How do you handle it?
CC: In the minefield of cell-phone cameras, iPhone cameras and TMZ, it’s all so instantaneous now. It’s not worth trying to walk on eggshells and cut corners, so you either live a certain lifestyle or you don’t and hang out with certain people or you don’t. I’m single in New York, and [my castmates and I] are all in our mid-twenties, so it’s not feasible to say we’re not going to go out and have fun. It’s just how you do it and how you conduct yourself. It annoys me because you start to develop a certain kind of paranoia, and it’s a subconscious thing. I hate that. You sort of have to work through it and deal with it because it’s inevitable. And most of the time the stuff that’s said is 80 to 90 percent false. Even if it has a seed of truth, most of the stuff they spin it with is false, so it’s funny to see how that culture works. It’s definitely easier to get lost in the cracks and be incognito [in New York] than it is in LA, though.
LAC: Are there any restaurants you like to go to when you’re in LA?
CC: King’s Road Cafe, that’s one of my all-time favorites. I get the blackenedchicken salad—and their coffee is like crack! It’s the best coffee I’ve ever had. Then you have Hugo’s Restaurant. It’s just nice, good, clean food—that’s one thing they don’t have in New York is clean food. It’s hard to eat clean and not be pounding spaghetti and pizza all the time.
LAC: What’s next for you?
CC: I’m kind of playing it by ear. I think I might drive the car out to Texas this weekend. Just sort of hit the road and clear the head. And relax.
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