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Leighton Meester on Prom,Hair and Bullies
OK, Gossip Girl fans . . . here it is! Since announcing on Twitter the other day that I was meeting the Queen B herself, Miss Leighton Meester, I’ve been bombarded with questions about her clothes, demeanor, and hair. Well, I’m here to report that Leighton is every bit as down-to-earth as her character is snooty! I had an absolute blast chatting with her as well as Herbal Essences’ celebrity stylist (and Leighton’s good buddy) Charles Baker Strahan. When I pulled out my iPhone to activate the voice memo setting, Leighton squealed, “Oh! I have, like, 6,000 of those little voice memos on my phone–I use it constantly!” before curling up under a blanket on the couch like a regular girl chilling at home. Ladies, trust me, she’s supercool and supernice.
Having gone to prom on Gossip Girl, how did it compare to your real prom?
Leighton: I mean, I got to wear an Oscar de la Renta Gown [on the show] . . . so crazy! But I didn’t go to my real prom. Prom to me in real life was like, Why would I go?, and now looking back I think, Why was I so anti-prom? Back then I didn’t have money to get a dress or a limo, or anything like that. I didn’t have a date–not that that matters. I guess I just wasn’t really into it, you know? Just like I wasn’t into Britney Spears then, and now I am! As far as prom on Gossip Girl goes, it had a lot of drama, which is to be expected. Gossip Girl is a heightened reality, so it was probably the most fun prom I could have asked for. AND Blair was prom queen!
Charles: Cheers to that! Going from no prom to prom queen!
So much of the show is about drama and people not really being very nice to each other. What advice do you have for girls who might be having a hard time with mean girls at school?
L: I think a really important thing to remember is that whatever side you’re on, you can never be a bystander. You should always speak up for someone who is being bullied. I also think that it’s a part of growing up–kids can be supermean. Girls can be especially mean and pick on each other for things we can’t really help, like our looks, which is so silly. We should learn to be buddies, and–
C: Hold your sister up!
L: Yeah! Hold your sister up! I have girlfriends who I would literally do anything for no matter what. I remember in high school, people weren’t always nice to me–both boys and girls, especially the boys I liked. They would always be so mean to me! Now they’re like, ‘Oh, remember when we were friends in high school?’ And I’m thinking, No . . . I don’t remember it that way at all! I think it’s immaturity, and you have to just go against the grain, go above what they all say. I’m going on 25 years old and I’m just now growing up, learning about myself and who I am, and becoming comfortable with who I am. I think that comes with age.
C: I think the artists of today are often the geeks of yesterday. And it’s such an important thing to understand. If you feel different or awkward or that you don’t belong where you are, you shouldn’t get bogged down or mired down in that; you should try to celebrate yourself. As soon as you get to a place where you can embrace what’s different about yourself, the better you’re going to feel about it and the more positively people are going to receive you. Oftentimes when people see that you’re different or special, they don’t understand it. They feel jealous or insecure about not being as special as you are and take it out on you. So I really think it’s important to learn to hold yourself up and hold your sister up.
If you could go back and attend your high school prom, what do you think you’d wear?
L: I think it’s about doing your own thing. It’s so cool when girls make their own prom dresses or design their own dresses. But the dress depends on the prom theme! Depending on whether you’re going for a fun ethereal look or a nighttime look, there are different things you’d wear. Hairwise, we get to do so many different updos for the show, which is kind of the quintessential prom look. But on the show, the looks are way more low-key than the classic freeze-curled, crispy updo! I would definitely err on the more natural side, beautywise. I get to wear so many beautiful gowns and clothes on the show, I’m really lucky! So I really don’t know what I would wear.
Fair enough! What are some of your favorite designers/labels?
L: I love Missoni, which I’m wearing right now. I love Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton A LOT. I love Celine! Phillip Lim, I love the look of his clothes. But I also love Topshop! And I loved Lanvin for H&M, I thought it was really beautiful. So I really like a mixture. I love Chloe . . . I could go on and on . . . I love Alaia . . .
Back to the topic of hair. Which of the Herbal Essences products are your faves?
L: I love Hello Hydration–the way it smells. And I love Long Term Relationship, which smells great too. Charles says Hello Hydration smells like a vacation, and I think I have to agree! It smells like coconut.
C: A lot of Herbal Essences’ products have been reformulated with the hydroactivated silkening ingredient, but it also has this technology that allows us to include more hydrating elements than ever before, so it’s much better and more moisturizing for your hair. That’s how you get elasticity and shine in your hair, and it also helps your hair hold a style. Going back to prom hair, you don’t want a look that’s going to be stiff or sticky. We’re seeing a lot more updos that incorporate the hair’s natural texture, so there’s softness and freedom to it. I’m a big fan of the Long Term Relationship Leave-In because it’s a cream rather than a silicone, so it goes into the hair and nourishes it. It also has a heat protectant in it, so you can use it as a pre-styling product when using a curling iron and it won’t get stiff or sticky. If you have some natural texture in your hair, you can just bend it around a curling iron and it’ll give the hair’s wave more bounce. Then after shaping it a little, you can put your hair up and it’ll feel really loose and kind of romantic. I think that’s the coolest look you can do for prom, because your hair doesn’t seem like it just landed on your head!
I have to ask, what other beauty products do you love?
L: I’m a pretty simple girl. When I’m going “all out,” as I call it, I love using a red lipstick and a little bit of mascara. I think just those two things go a long way. I’ve really learned to embrace my natural hair texture, which is straight and fine, and it’s probably because ever since I’ve been using Hello Hydration, my hair isn’t frizzy; it’s so shiny, so soft, it smells amazing, and there’s very little I have to do to make it look good. I like for it to look a little undone, so I don’t really do much to it. Maybe I’ll put a little curl in it every once in a while. As far as my daily regimen, I’m pretty diligent about washing my face, keeping my skin clean, taking off all my makeup, and using sunscreen–it’s so important! I moisturize a lot in the winter. I like the heater at, like, 85 degrees in my house, so that totally dries out my skin! I have to use an oil and a lotion when I get out of the bath. As far as nails go, I just started getting the gel manicures–they stay on forever!
(A little side note: As I was leaving, I called out, “Bye y’all! Thanks!” Charles asked, “Y’all?! Where are you from?” I told them Austin, Texas, and Leighton wailed, “Oh, I’ve never been! I want to go!” I told them all about South by Southwest (stay tuned for coverage of my SXSW adventures), after which Charles said to Leighton, “You really need to get down there with your music. You need to do some shows there next year.” L, does that mean we can expect more from you musically? We hope so!
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The Block magazine intervjuvn!
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Rocker at heart, Ed Westwick is driven by classics, those outside the sharp suiting and pocket squares he’s famous for. We’re talking good times great oldies. Donning stripes and slacks inspired by Vincent Gallo’s criminally minded Buffalo ‘66, the young star opens up to Sarah Jenks-Daly about his love for classic rock, an upcoming movie project with Eastwood and DiCaprio, and a recent flirtation with a certain all-boy rock group.
The Block: Tell me a little bit about Chalet Girl. What kind of film is it and why did it appeal to you?
Ed: Well for me, it’s kind of a commercial film. It’s funny and charming and the audience will know what they’re going to get from it. It’s got a lot of British humor to it, which was nice for me because I’ve been doing Gossip Girl for four years. It was great to do something else with different material and a different slant on things. But at the same time, we’ve got some American cast members in it, so it kind of crosses over.
The Block: Where did you do the majority of the shooting?
Ed: We shot it all in Austria and Germany … We were at this absolutely gorgeous resort in Austria called St. Anton. There were thousands of drunk Europeans everywhere, like 24/7! There was a bar a bit up the mountain and a bar at the bottom of the mountain, and we’d be shooting the film and everyone would start drinking at the bar up top, and when the sun went down and it was pitch black, and they were as drunk as hell, they’d run down this mountain like they’d lost their minds.
The Block: At least they weren’t skiing down the mountain…
Ed: Well, some of them were, actually. You couldn’t even see hardly anything in front of you. But the resort was great. It’s a beautiful place. We got to go out two or three days and go skiing. I’d love to go back there.
The Block: So in addition to that film, I read that you signed on to do Clint Eastwood’s upcoming J. Edgar Hoover movie…
Ed: Yeah, I’m very excited about that. Leonardo DiCaprio, and I don’t know who they’ve cast in the female lead yet, I think they were talking about Naomi Watts [ed note: Naomi Watts has signed on], but to work with people like that, like Clint Eastwood, is just fantastic.
The Block: Your role in the film is Agent Smith, who was commissioned to write Hoover’s story, right?
Ed: Yes, he’s the guy who is writing Hoover’s memoirs. He gets on well with J. Edgar Hoover and then he starts to kind of question him a little bit too harshly, so Hoover loses his faith in him and starts to despise him, and finds someone else [to write the book] later down the line.
The Block: But for now, you’re in town filming Gossip Girl, which has become a huge success. What were your expectations at the beginning both for your character and for the show? Did you have any idea of what it might become?
Ed: I don’t know, I don’t think I really expected anything. I had no idea what I was getting into. I had no idea how American television worked. I just went with the flow, enjoying the material and having fun with the character. I was like: “Wow, this is great! I’ve got a little bit of money in my pocket. I’m getting invited to nice events and people are sending me free clothes and it’s great!” Now it’s four years later, and it’s four years later, you know? It’s still cool and I love the people we work with, but it’s time to do something else. It feels like high school now. It’s been four years and everyone has kind of grown up, dated each other, broken up, dated each other again, broken up again …
The Block: Do you think Gossip Girl exposed you to a side of New York that you might not have found out about otherwise?
Ed: The show has been a huge part of what I have been exposed to, and what my experience has been here. And when the show is over, I think I’ll go and move to L.A. because I’ve never lived there, and I’d like to see what that’s all about. But I’d like to come back here later down the line, and experience this city in a different way. I’ve only experienced New York as being this teenager turned 20-something who is on this TV show … I’ve never experienced the city as a normal guy … well, I’m not abnormal. But it’s a different experience to grow up in a city and walk down the street and have every third person know who you are. It’s been cool and it’s fun, but that aspect is fucking weird, you know?
The Block: With your Gossip Girl schedule as busy as it is, do you have time to pursue music? You were part of a band; is that still something you are involved in?
Ed: No, unfortunately that died a little while ago. It just seemed like a helluva lot of work with how chaotic a shooting schedule can be. I play on my own and mess around and stuff. But I can’t do what Taylor [Momsen] is doing right now. It’s just nuts.
The Block: So music is still a big part of your life?
Ed: Oh, yes, hugely. Last night I actually went to see The Decemberists. It was very cool. I definitely go and see as many bands as I can. I had a flirtation with the Kings of Leon last year, so that was fun … but that’s over now. I’m still totally driven by the classics, like The Rolling Stones and The Doors and that kind of stuff. That’s where my heart is.
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Caller In: We would love, we would love you to hook up with Blair, with Leighton Meester.
Ed: You would love me to, in real life, in real life?
Caller In: Oh, yeah. Definitely!
Jackie: She is gorgeous though, isn’t she Ed?
Caller In: She’s stunning, beautiful.
Ed: She’s fantastic. I’ll let you know when we finally make the sex tape! How’s that?
Kyle: I’d love that.
Ed om at göra slut över telefon en gång
“I had to do it by phone once. And I had to be in another country. I was young, hadn’t really been in a relationship before and I didn’t know how to get out of it”, he told a British magazine. “I was scared she was going to come round and hit me. I was like, ‘It’s all over, leave me alone, it’s for the best, one day you’ll thank me for not living a lie!’ All those things.”
The British-born actor – who has a crush on singer Cheryl Cole – has previously insisted he isn’t interested in committing to a relationship as he wants to concentrate on his acting career.
“Yes, I am single at the moment; I’m not looking for love,” he said. “I am focusing on my career at the moment, which takes up a lot of my time and commitment.”Källa
Intervjuv med Leighton
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There are certain celebrities that are rarely caught with a hair out of place and are known for their effortless style. Leighton Meester, actress, musician, and trend-setter is definitely one of those ladies. I joined Meester (wearing a gorgeous Missoni dress) and celebrity hairstylist and Herbal Essences spokesperson Charles Baker Strahan to chat about new products and how we can get hair like Leighton’s. I left with some Gossip Girl scoop, Leighton’s favorite spring trends, and her hair secrets.
First, fill me in on this new product line!
Leighton Meester: I love the new products, I love the new formulations, and I love it because it’s pretty much all I have to do. I’m pretty much low maintenance when it comes to my hair, but on a regular basis it’s great to just have to shampoo and condition your hair and have a great shiny base to work with. It’s nice to have a beauty regimen that you can stick to and I can stick to this. I love Hello Hydration for my hair because it gets all kinds of heat styling all the time and it’s good to add as much moisture as possible. I also love Long Term Relationship because it’s great to mend your hair.
Charles Baker Strahan: The new formulations have a molecule that breaks down in water which allows the surfactant and hydrator to maintain a separate function – previously they had to be coupled up. So now, you can get double the hydration.
When you’re constantly having your hair teased and pulled like Leighton is on shoots, how do you get life back into it?
CBS: Hydration components are so incredibly important, but the different styling tools like ceramic technology or low EMF output, things like that that help to maintain the charge level of the hair but also great styling products like the Long Term Relationship like if you’re a style junky and like to do it on your own are key products.
Leighton, you kind of have a signature style with your loose waves. How did that come about?
LM: I have naturally really straight hair and I think that the grass is always greener, so I like to add curl to my hair to add movement and body, and it’s a good base if you want to then put it up. And, it probably came from always going to work and starting off with my character on the show’s pristine curls, and then brushing them out. I like it because it’s simple, and easy, and I don’t want to always go back at my hair with a curling iron.
What trends are you most looking forward to for spring?
LM: I’m just looking forward to spring at all, because it’s not here yet! I love in spring that I get to bring out all of my trenches, I have a nice Topshop trench and a nude Burberry trench – when it’s still sort of chilly outside, I love cashmere scarves and always associate spring with a little chill in the air. I also love flats instead of boots, and hats like fedoras. I always wear Autumn Cashmere’s line of bright hats and just tuck my hair up there when I travel – I just like wearing colors.
CBS: For hair trends specifically I think one of the shows that inspired me for hair was Marc Jacobs show inspired by DVF’s studio 54 days with wild curly hair and all of the models had such wild hair that just set such a tone of liftoff – it was kind of like screw you, I want to be full on out there and show my wild curly hair and be a rough girl, and it was just like yes, you’re a breath of fresh air. Also you’re seeing braided elements through hair – I think a pleat or a braid is nice and it gives you a sense of structure. The other trend that has just kind of popped up is that cropped off Emma Watson or Michelle Willams and Carey Mulligan look. It’s that short hair and the focus and beauty is on their face and there’s a sort of effortlessness.
Okay, now we have to talk about Gossip Girl since we’ve been missing it for weeks with the show on a break! What’s going on with Blair and Dan?
LM: All I’ll say is, it’s not what you expect.
And, what does that mean?
LM: I always put my own feelings towards it because I’ve grown to love Blair and she’s a real person to me and lives this whole life, and I get to portray it and it’s wonderful to me. I really like working with Penn so that’s really cool and it’s been a fun aspect of them being together. But, I think they’re better as friends. I think she belongs with a prince. Or I might be talking about myself.
Do you think playing Blair has had an affect on your personal style?
LM: In a way yes, I think before I started the show I lived in L.A. and just auditioning and living the life as a struggling actress. And then I moved here and you get to experience N.Y. and I learned a lot from the show and the stylists and just from the dialogue – so I’m much more aware of my own personal style, designers and trends. I’ve learned to have a lot more fun and to go out a lot more, but as far as my own style I’ve definitely learned a lot, and it’s definitely helped me living in N.Y. Blair and I are definitely different, she’s more high maintenance, I thinks she’s a little more snobby when it comes to brands. I think I tend to wear what I like, and as far as her hair goes that’s definitely not my hair at all, and she has brown hair and I have to dye it.
You also just wrapped shooting on your next film, Monte Carlo. What was that experience like?
LM: That was one of the most amazing experiences of my life, we filmed in Budapeste, Paris, and Monte Carlo over the entire summer working with Selena (Gomez), Katie (Cassidy) and a bunch of other really great people, and they changed my life. They’re wonderful and I can’t say enough amazing things about them, because it’s so hard to find amazing girls and they really are amazing, smart and talented and we were on the most amazing vacation adventure of our lives while making a movie. And, I saw it and it’s wonderful.
And lastly, can you tell us about what’s going on with your music?
LM: I’m still writing a lot of music, sort of moving on more to the process of recording. I wrote a lot while I was in Europe so I’ve been writing for the past year and being as pure and true to myself as I possibly can be and making the music for myself and crossing my fingers so that other people like it. You know, it’s a passion – in no way does it feel like a job and you know it’s a part of me so I’m working with the band and experimenting with different sounds but it’s very fun.
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In just a few short years, Ed Westwick has established himself as one of the brightest young stars in Hollywood.
He plays Chuck Bass in the hit TV series Gossip Girl and made his feature film debut in Anthony Minghella’s Breaking and Entering, starring alongside Jude Law and Juliette Binoche.
In the bitter sweet British romantic comedy Chalet Girl, Westwick stars alongside Brooke Shields, Bill Nighy and Tamsin Egerton, as Jonny Masden, a wealthy young man whose world is turned upside down when he visits the ski slopes of Europe and falls in love with the feisty Kim (Felicity Jones). Here the 23-year-old Brit talks about this latest role.
How are you at the moment?
I’m peachy, I’m fantastic actually, I’m in New York right now and we’re kind of midway through the 4th season of Gossip Girl, which is absolutely racing by, and everything is great out here.
How much of your year do you spend in New York?
Well the show shoots about nine months of the year, and while we are in the thick of filming, we are pretty under the gun.
I try to sneak back for a weekend one or two times – you know, if I have a day off either side of the weekend, like a Friday to Monday, but it rarely happens like that.
So I rely on these breaks, like the Christmas break, or when we actually go on our fall hiatus and of course during that time the ideal situation is working on something else that I’m passionate about and excited by and that’s where Chalet Girl came into the equation.
I got to go to Germany and Austria and shoot this movie, which was immense fun with a great bunch of people, and it was very enjoyable all round.
Do you ski?
I do ski, I was fortunate enough that when I was in school, every year, my secondary school, they did skiing trips to Italy and Austria.
Every year from like 11 to 16, I went for a week and it was probably the most hilarious time of my teens to tell you the truth because it was like everybody bundled in the coach for a 26-hour drive.
And it’s like you and your best friend, and then you are all annoying, crazy 13- and 14-year-olds and so we got in and spent a week together annoying teachers and trying to sneak in a can of beer from time to time.
The Austrians are very accommodating for teenage drinkers!
Do you snowboard as well?
I don’t actually, that’s one thing I didn’t do. I actually had one lesson when we were doing the movie.
But I’m more into the skiing – I just feel so free on the skis. And there’s so much room for improvement with the skiing thing. I’m not like X Games world champion or anything but I do love it. It’s something I can enjoy and improve on and I may well revisit the snowboarding at some point, but skiing is the main thing for me.
Did you have much skiing to do for the film or were they worried about accidents and insurance?
You know, that’s the thing, I think I ended up doing about two day’s worth of skiing and we were there for six weeks or so, partly because of insurance reasons and things like that, but more so that because we were very busy making the film and then when you finish for the day you don’t really have the time to get on the slopes.
And if you had a day off it wasn’t necessarily the thing that you wanted to do for some reason. But I have to say when I did actually get the chance to ski it was fantastic and, you know, we were in a great resort and it kind of reminded me of how much fun those European ski resorts can be.
There are tons of bars, tons of restaurants in a tiny little town and it was packed with people from all over the world, having a wonderful time. I love that thing where you ski during the day and then enjoy the nightlife.
It’s a great crack and it was great to be part of that world that we captured in the movie.
You said that you get a limited amount of time each year at the moment to make a film and it has to be special. What was it about Chalet Girl then that you liked?
Well I think it’s a return to sort of that English comedy kind of thing that I grew up with.
It has elements of Richard Curtis and that classic English wit, which is great.
And I found the whole skiing element attractive and it’s not often that you find a film that is based around that kind of exciting sport and it’s something I grew up doing and I felt connected to it. But really, it’s the script – a really cracking script.
Tell us about who you play and give us a thumbnail of the story…
I play a guy called Jonny who is a banker, works in the city, and he comes from a wealthy family.
During the ski season each year his family takes a trip out to their ski chalet and sometimes they take clients from London with them and they do the whole kind of business entertaining thing. And one of the girls working at the chalet, Kim (Jones) is a kind of cook/maid/entertainment assistant, a general all round helper and Kim and Jonny have a real connection and they kind of bond and start to fall for each other. Jonny is the kind of guy whose life has been mapped out for him – he feels like his mother, played by Brooke Shields, is a bit controlling and circumstances kind of dictate the life he will have. And Kim’s life has taken the opposite route but really, her life is out of her hands as well. In the past she has had to take care of her father back home in the UK and she wishes that she could break out and be a bit freer.
So they find a common bond and it’s a very cute, very heart-warming journey. It’s starts with affection and eventually it becomes love. It’s a feel-good film in the best sense of the phrase and it’s very funny and I think everyone will enjoy it.
But there’s a complication isn’t there? Jonny is engaged to someone else, so the course of true love isn’t a smooth one…
Absolutely. He’s engaged and that’s part of that life that has already been mapped out for him.
It’s a relationship that he doesn’t really want to pursue and so it’s tough for him in that respect – he wants to make that separation and break away from what his parents want him to be, the path that’s been laid out for him.
But one of the things that this story is about is that the people who really love you will always be there for you in the end. His father – who is played by Bill Nighy – says: “I trust you and you have to do what you have to do…” And that’s kind of the message that you want to hear from your father, you want to know that your parents trust you and that they have your back.
Jonny’s mother is a little bit more of a problem. She’s the kind of woman who has everything planned out for her son – she has very set ideas on how she wants things to be and how she wants her children to be.
What was it like working with that cast?
It was a great, great time. They were a lot of fun, an amazing bunch. Actually there were a few nights spent in the local pub watching football. Bill is a big Manchester United and I’m a Chelsea fan so we got to trade insults at the games. Actually, I got to go to the Champions League semi-final with a German actor from the movie and that was absolutely fantastic. I was in with the Bayern Munich fans and I was pretty much the only English guy there, which was pretty sweet.
Filming was wonderful and we had a great time there and the people were great, the director was great, and the producers, Pip and Harriet were very supportive, and everyone involved was just a fantastic group of people.
And it was such a nice change for me because working with pretty much entirely an American cast on Gossip Girl, I got to kind of feel a little bit more at home perhaps with a more English based cast on Chalet Girl.
Of course we had Brooke and Nick (Braun) who are American, but yeah, it was mainly English actors and a lot of an English crew, a German crew as well, so it was just a great mix.
It really was a wonderful experience and I realised how much I missed making pictures in the UK. So I’m excited for this next break coming up to either do something in the states or do something great back home as well.
Gossip Girl is such a huge show. What’s it been like for you?
It’s been very bizarre and one of those things that you just have to roll with to tell you the truth.
I first got the show when I was 19 and I’m 23 now and it forces you to grow up quickly. It forces you to really self-evaluate every week because you are dealing with a lot of attention and you are dealing with the first time you have any money in your pocket. You are dealing with a lot of decisions in regards to personal situations and careers situations and often there can be a huge overlap as well because often your personal life can become public knowledge very quickly – which can be difficult to comprehend and can make you feel quite uncomfortable. But all in all you have to just keep focusing on the work.
It’s a battle and a struggle but it’s a battle I want to win because I’m passionate about the work and I want to be great and I want to have the opportunity to work with fantastic people and I want to learn and develop in every area of my life. And that’s just the bottom line really.
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Question: Is Jack Bass still set to return to Gossip Girl before the season ends? —Lisa
Ausiello: Yes. I can exclusively confirm that Chuck’s slimball unc will return during this season’s final four. Word around the UES is that he’ll get caught up in the Russell Thorpe saga in a surprising way.
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Intervjuv med Ed
Instantly recognisable as the face of Chuck Bass from TV’s Gossip Girl, Ed Westwick has gradually been creeping up the radar on the cinema scene for a few years now. With roles in Son of Rambow and horror flick 100 Feet, and starring opposite Gemma Arterton as Heathcliff in Peter Webber’s forthcoming Wuthering Heights, he is currently winning over the hearts of snow-bunnies everywhere as the romantic interest in Chalet Girl. Talking to View’s Matthew Turner, he spoke about the camaraderie on set, fitting in filming with Gossip Girl and the prospect of working with Clint Eastwood.
Had you met any of the cast before?
Do you have a favourite scene?
The film has such a great cast. It sounds like you all really bonded …
What was Phil [Traill] like as a director?
What was the hardest scene to film?
What's your next project?
Wow. Who are you playing in that?
No. No. No, I might, I don't know. No, I don't think so. Leighton's great though. I love her to bits and she's passionate about her music thing. I don't know, man. Yeah, we could do like a Christmas number one or something like that. Perfect.
Roligt Chalet Girl klipp
Scans från Lux Woman
Selena Gomez pratar Monte Carlo
Chuck: I love you.
Blair: I love you too. I don't expect you to wait.
Chuck: If two people were meant to be together, eventually they'll find their way back.
Blair: Do you really believe that?
Chuck: I do.
Blair: So do I.
nya bilder från the roommate
dare2dair: Anything on Dan and Blair on Gossip Girl? Any hope for Dair at all?
Penn Badgley tells us, "It doesn't end how you think it does at all. I can't say [if it's good or bad]. It's sudden."
Blair och Chuck ♥
Kanske inte dem "gladaste" videona men lite varition från dem jag skrivit om tidigare :)
Kommentar:Hej, jag hittade nyss den här bloggen och jag måste säga att den äääger! Jag är ett väääldigt stort fan av Ed. Min högsta önskan är att få träffa honom och få en stor bamsekram. Men jag undrar, vart hittat du alla bilder och sånt? Tack i alla fall för en fin blogg!
Svar:Hej! :) åå vad glad jag blir att du tycker om bloggen :D Bilderna hittar jag på lite olika hemsidor men dem vanligast är den här,den här eller den här :)
Chuck sätter hjärta på Dublin för en Gossip Girls Catfight
TREND-setting Gossip Girl stars Blake Lively and Leighton Meester could soon be hitting the cobblestones of Temple Bar in their designer stilettos — if co-star Ed Westwick gets his wish.
The up-and-coming actor, who plays millionaire ladies’ man Chuck Bass on the hit CW series, has revealed his hopes of filming some of the popular show right here in Ireland next season.
Fresh from the show’s stint in Paris last summer, which saw our favourite New York socialites Serena, Blair and Chuck cause mayhem in the chic French capital, Ed admits that producers are already on the lookout for their next location.
“I’d love to see it head to Dublin in the next series,” Ed told the Herald. “How cool would it be to have Chuck and the gang hitting the pubs for a proper session or Blair and Serena having a catfight in the Guinness Factory?
“There’s been no official talk about bringing the show to Ireland but we’re all big fans of the place and I know a couple of the producers have Irish blood, so I don’t think they’d be too adverse to the idea.
“I know the show’s all about New York and the Manhattan lifestyle but a couple seasons in, I love the idea that Gossip Girl’s going out on the road.
“We went to Paris, which was just amazing, absolutely fantastic because it brought this new novelty to filming,” he added.
Ed, who is currently starring in romantic comedy Chalet Girl alongside Felicity Jones and Sophia Bush, went on to explain how he would be keen to fit in some theatre work if the trip to Dublin comes to fruition.
The talented actor says he has a number of pals on Irish shores and is even planning a trip here next December to ring in 2012.
“Personally I’d love to go because it would give me a chance to do some theatre work there,” Ed said. “I’ve got a couple friends in Dublin, who I’m planning to visit for New Year’s so that would be cool to correspond with some time in the Abbey maybe.
“I’m a big fan of Sam Shephard and I know he’s done a couple of shows there, so it’d be cool to do something like that,” he added.
Ed also revealed how he is often mistaken for Castleknock actor Colin Farrell while out and about.
“I’ve gotten Colin Farrell once or twice. I had this guy at JFK [airport] come up to me, saying ‘I know it’s you, I know you’re that Irish guy.’
“And I was like, ‘Mate, listen to my accent, do I sound Irish?’” he laughed.
Ed’s new film Chalet Girls hits cinema screens on March 16.
"Do something funny for Doughnuts"
Ed ställde upp och gjorde ett klipp för företaget Red nose day som hjälper folk i bland annat Afrika! Så check it out :)
Nytt Chalet girl klipp!
Kan ni tänka er hur mycket smink dem måste ha användt för att dölja Eds tatureringar? hehe japp det är sådant jag tänker på när jag ser ett sådan här klipp :P
Gossip girl tillbaka på svensk tv
Så precis lite mindre än om en månad är tillbax på tv! :)
Ed på HAPPYTHANKYOUMOREPLEASE
Oj vad många nya besökare jag hade igår! Kul att ni hitta hit,hoppas ni gillar min blogg! :)
Kommentar:Har dom redan spelat in sista avsnittet på säsong 4?:O Inte vår eller grönska eller något ju:(
Svar:Dem håller på spelar in till de sista avsnitten just nu. Om att det inte är vårigt kan jag hålla med om att det är rätt så dåligt,men om man tänker så slutade inspelningarna av säsong 3 också i mars så det är inte så mycket tidigare än vanligt :)
Ed på Gossip girl inspelningarna!
Även Chace,Penn,Jessica och Michelle som spelar Georgina syndes på inspelningarna!
Nytt klipp från Chalet Girl
Fler bilder från Chalet Girl photocall
Ed på The Block
Ed och Leighton på GG inspelningar!!
Vi får hoppas vi får ett bra slut med våra favoriter :)
Svar på kommentar
Svar: Nej,dem har uppehåll i USA i 6 VECKOR TILL! :( Så vi får ett nytt avsnitt av Gossip girl 18 April!
Ny bild på Ed
Instyle intervjuv med Ed!
InStyle met up with Ed Westwick to chat about love, romance and his new movie Chalet Girl...
You may be used to seeing Ed Westwick as the roguish heartthrob Chuck Bass in Gossip Girl, but be prepared to see a whole different side to him in his new movie Chalet Girl. We caught up with Ed to chat about the Girls in his life and of course to ask those burning questions about his lovelife...
Dubbed the next Bridget Jones, Ed's new movie Chalet Girl sees the Brit star staying true to his roots, playing an English gent who gets stuck in a tricky love triangle on his skiing holiday. Co-starring Felicity Jones and Tamsin Egerton - the movie is packed full of love, laughs and of course that unmistakable Ed Westwick charm.
Comparing his newest character Jonny to Gossip Girls' Chuck, Ed told us: "It makes a welcome change to play someone whose heart is in the right place."
And on the subject of love, Ed revealed he's a real romantic at heart describing to InStyle how he once sent a girl roses and champagne - lucky girl!
"I'm trying to come up with the best way to propose, but I have no one to propose to yet, oh and not for a few years anyway," he revealed.
With plenty more to say about the future of Blair and Chuck, his dream date and his perfect movie role, WATCH InStyle's interview with Ed as he reveals all...
Liknar du Eds perfekta dejt?
Leighton för espoir
Spoiler från EW
Is their any hope for Dan/Blair fans that they may turn romantic, or are we heading back to Blair/Chuck, and where does the prince factor in? — Kat CO
May I point you to Chuck’s last words in Monday’s episode? “I need to find Blair.”
Chalet girl premiär i Tyskland!
Blair and Chuck
Scans från L'officiel
2 till bilder från avsnitt 4.16
Spotify lista update!
|Blister In The Sun||3||Nouvelle Vague|
|Can't Stop Thinking||Not Scary! Friendly||Buva|
|Catastrophe||Menagerie||Nous Non Plus|
|Don't Wait||Don't Wait - Single||The Duke Spirit|
|Humanised feat. Bajka||Sola Rosa|
|Les Sauvages||Faux Realism||Les Sans Culottes|
|Somebody Else||The Vaccines|
|Where You're Coming From||Sidewalks||Matt & Kim|
Nya Ausiello spoiler
Question: When will Jenny come back to Gossip Girl? —Phillip
Ausiello: That’s the $1 million question. Officially, exec producer Josh Safran would only say, “You’ll have to wait and see.” Taylor Momsen is currently touring the country in support of her new album, although she is scheduled to make a pit stop in New York on Wednesday. Maybe she’ll drop by the UES for a quickie?
Question: Can you confirm that Michelle Trachtenberg is returning to Gossip Girl? —Jen
Ausiello: I can’t, but Mr. Safran sure can. “Georgina is coming back later this season,” the boss man tells me of the hellion’s one-episode encore. “We love Michelle. We love Georgina. We love coming up with new [schemes] for Georgina. If you’re a fan of [her previous stints], then this one will be very satisfying.”
Question: How will Prince Louis’s return on Gossip Girl affect the budding relationship between Dan/Blair? —Katie
Ausiello: By the sounds of it, Blair’s royal crush will figure into this season’s final salvo in a significant way. “I’m very proud of this season, but I’m especially proud of these last five episodes,” says Safran. “I feel like they go to all the places I would hope — if I were just a fan just watching — the show would go. And that involves Prince Luis. But in what capacity, I don’t want to say. Obviously there are [paparazzi] shots of him out there so people know he’s coming back, but I think they might be surprised about the way in which he comes back.”
Question: Any scoop on the arrival of Aunt Carol on Gossip Girl? —Craig
Ausiello: Yes, and it’s a doozy: She won’t be coming to town alone. As first hinted at by Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva, she’ll be accompanied by her daughter (played by The Mountain‘s Kaylee Defer). I’m guessing producers have big plans for Serena and Eric’s cousin since her deal with the show includes an option to become a series regular next season.
Fler bilder från GG inspelningar 28/2
Gossip girl inspelningar 28/2