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Blake Lively (born Blake Ellender Brown 25.08.)
Blake Lively is an American actress, best known for her work on the television series 'Gossip Girl', as well as the films 'Green Lantern' and 'The Town'.
Net Worth: In 2014, Celebrity Net Worth stated that Blake Lively had a net worth of 16 million USD.
Childhood: Blake Lively was born in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, Elaine and Ernie Lively. Both of her parents and her three siblings have been part of the entertainment industry at some point in their lives, so Blake began acting at an early age. As they did not want to leave her with a babysitter, Blake's parents taught her at acting classes they worked at. Blake's first acting role came in 1998, in the film 'Sandman'. The film was directed by her father. In 2005, her brother, Eric, asked his agent to set her up with an audition, which led to her casting in the film 'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants'.
Career: In 2006, Lively co-starred in the film, 'Accepted' before having a minor role in the horror film, 'Simon Says'. The following year, she played the role of Annabelle in 'Elvis and Annabelle', which has been cited as her breakthrough role. In late 2007, she was cast in The CW television series, 'Gossip Girl'. She starred in the show until it finished in 2012. 2008 saw her return for the sequel to 'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' which received favourable reviews. She then went on to appear in the film, 'New York, I Love You' the following year. The film was a sequel to the 2006 film 'Paris, je t'aime' and it was received favourably by critics. She then starred in one of her most critically acclaimed films of all time, as the title character of 'The Secret Lives of Pippa Lee'. In late 2009, Lively began work on Ben Affleck's 2010 movie, 'The Town'. The following year, she played the love interest of the main character in 'Green Lantern'. She then also appeared in the music video for The Lonely Island's song, 'I Just Had Sex'. Then, in 2012, Lively appeared in the film 'Savages'.
Personal Life: After meeting on the set of 'Green Lantern' in 2010, Lively began dating Ryan Reynolds in 2011, following his divorce from Scarlett Johansson the previous year. The couple bought a house together in New York, in June 2012, before getting married in September that year.
The actor let slip during a tweet that referenced his "daughter"
Hollywood superstar couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds recently welcomed their second child on September 16 but have yet to reveal any details about the new born. However, it seems the Deadpool actor may have slipped up and told the Twitter world he’s the daddy of a new baby girl.
Fans believe that the couple now have two daughters
The 39-year-old actor and his Gossip Girl wife already have a little girl called James who will turn two in December.
Continue reading: Has Ryan Reynolds Had A Second Daughter?
No time to rest for this mother of two.
Blake Lively may have only just left hospital following the birth of her second child, but that didn't stop her from turning up to her assistant's wedding at the weekend to celebrate the bride's nuptials. The actress posted a candid snap from the event on her Instagram page.
Blake Lively attends best friend's wedding
'The Shallows' star made sure she was there to celebrate her assistant Jessica Snyder's marriage on Sunday (October 2nd 2016), despite the fact that she and husband Ryan Renolds had literally only just welcomed their second child into the world earlier in the week.
Continue reading: Blake Lively Hits Up Friend's Wedding After Giving Birth
And Taylor Swift has already paid the little one a visit!
The superstar couple are already parents to daughter James, who was born in December 2014.
Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds have welcomed their second child.
Continue reading: Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds Welcome Second Child
Lively stars in Allen’s latest film 'Cafe Society'.
Blake Lively couldn't believe her luck when she landed a role in Woody Allen’s lastest film Cafe Society. The actress has a small part in the comedy/drama, but says she would have taken any role to work with Allen, because the writer and director “really, really writes to women”.
Blake Lively stars in Woody Allen’s latest film, Cafe Society
“I didn't care if it was one line, one scene, or playing a janitor,” she told The Independent. “He's one of the few filmmakers who really, really writes to women. They're fully realised women; they're not one thing or the other."
Continue reading: Blake Lively: "Woody Allen Writes The Best Roles For Women"
With a simple premise and plenty of visual style, Spanish filmmaker Jaume Collet-Serra (Unknown) takes the audience on a terrifying odyssey involving a lone woman and a menacing shark. What emerges is a gruelling one-woman show, as Blake Lively throws herself into a ferocious cat and mouse game that's relentlessly suspenseful.
She plays Nancy, a young medical school drop-out on a pilgrimage to a mythical beach her mother told her about before dying of cancer. So she has very personal reasons to visit it. And with the help of nice-guy guide Carlos (Oscar Jaenada), she finds it on a remote stretch of Mexico's coastline. After video chatting with her father and sister (Brett Cullen and Sedona Legge), she paddles out to join a couple of local surfers. Then when she decides to stay for one last wave on her own, the great white pounces. Injured and alone, she takes refuge on a tiny rock that will disappear when the tide rises. And in order to survive, she'll have to get creative.
Shot in Australia, the film is carefully assembled to ratchet up the intensity right from the start. Collet-Serra gleefully stirs in plenty of creepy Jaws-like insinuation, hinting at what's coming long before he reveals the enormous single-minded shark. The combination of digital effects and rubbery models never quite looks real, but the film is so sharply well-made that we never mind. And besides, Lively does a great job at convincing us that she's in proper peril. This is a full-bodied performance, so grounded and authentic that Lively is able to take the audience through the ordeal right with Nancy. Her experience in the water is bolstered through visions and flashbacks that add a surprising emotions. And her banter with Carlos offers some insight into her feisty personality.
Continue reading: The Shallows Review
The former 'Gossip Girl' actress said that women should not feel pressured into slimming down to their pre-baby body sizes after birth.
Blake Lively has revealed her frustration at society’s expectations of what a woman’s body should look like after giving birth, describing the pressure to slim down as “unfair”.
Appearing on Australian morning show ‘Sunrise’ on Wednesday (August 11th), the 28 year old actress, who is currently pregnant with her second child with her husband Ryan Reynolds, was promoting her new movie The Shallows.
It was filmed a few months after Lively had given birth to her first daughter James, who is now 19 months old. When the interviewer complimented her on her bikini-ready figure in the movie, she questioned why it was that every woman was increasingly expected to look like that.
Continue reading: Blake Lively Slams Post-Baby Body Shamers
Lively’s one-and-a-half year old daughter has an interesting way of pronouncing certain words.
Blake Lively has revealed that her daughter has already got a bit of a potty mouth, despite being only one-and-a-half years old. Appearing on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’, Lively explained how little James has a NSFW way of pronouncing certain words, which can lead to some embarrassing situations.
Blake Lively’s daughter had some interesting first words.
"She says 'shump' for 'jump,' 'shtand' for 'stand,' and if she wants to sit down, it's ’s**-t,’" Lively explained. "She said, 'Hey, come s**t with me!' She's like, 'Yay, s**t!’” But I'll take that any day over like, when we go to the park and we take off our socks, for some reason she doesn't have her 'sh' for 'socks,' she has a 'c' for ‘socks.”
Continue reading: Blake Lively Reveals Daughter James' Naughty First Words
The actress came under criticism in May, after she captioned an Instagram pic, ‘L.A. face with an Oakland booty’.
Blake Lively has spoken out about her minor Instagram controversy last month, when she came under fire after captioning an Instagram post, ‘L.A. face with an Oakland booty’, a line from Sir Mix-A-Lot’s 1992 hit ‘Baby Got Back’.
Blake Lively has spoken about her ‘Oakland Booty’ controversy.
Speaking on SiriusXM's Sway in the Morning show Lively said: "It's something I was proud of. I never meant to offend anyone.” After the backlash Lively was defended by Sir Mix-a-lot himself, something which meant a lot to the actress.
The actress came under fire for using the caption in an Instagram post earlier this week.
Earlier this week Blake Lively received backlash on social media after she posted a photo of herself in a Versace gown with the caption, ‘An L.A. Face with an Oakland Booty’, quoting a line from Sir Mix-a-lot’s 1992 hit ‘Baby Got Back’. Some accused the actress of being racially insensitive by quoting the lyric, but songwriter Sir Mix-a-lot has come to Lively’s defence.
The pregnant star posted a split image of her Cannes outfit from the front and behind with a lyric from 'Baby Got Back' as the caption. Cue outrage on Twitter.
Blake Lively has been accused of racism and being “white and privileged” after she posted a controversial caption on Instagram about her body.
The 28 year old star, who is pregnant with her second child with husband Ryan Reynolds, posted a split picture of images taken from the front and back when she was at the premiere of her new movie Café Society at Cannes last week, captioning it “L.A. face with an Oakland booty”.
Date of birth
25th September, 1987
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