Eight years after filming the first of two (so far??) Sisterhood… movies Blake and her costars Amber Tamblyn, Alexis Bledel and America Ferrera reunited in New York this fall for photoshoot featured in this years Entertainment Weekly Reunion issue. My thanks to Claudia for sending us in scans of their article.

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Magazines: 2013: Entertainment Weekly (October)
Photoshoots: 2013: Session 4

The romantic drama The Age Of Adaline has been through a couple of incarnations, but it is now set to go into production in March as a co-production between Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Lakeshore Entertainment. The Town‘s Blake Lively is set to star with Ellen Burstyn, with Lee Toland Krieger directing. Lionsgate is set to release the film domestically.

Scripted by J. Mills Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz, with revisions by Allison Burnett, The Age Of Adaline follows the miraculous life of the 29-year old title character, who stops aging after recovering from a near-fatal accident. Over the 20th century she embarks on an epic but isolated worldwide journey, keeping her secret, until she meets a man who forever alters her life. Lee Toland Krieger is directing, and Sidney Kimmel is producing with Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi. Jim Tauber and Eric Reid will be executive producers.

“They’re extraordinarily talented and perfect for telling the beautiful and timeless tale of The Age Of Adaline,” Lakeshore CEO Rosenberg said of Lively and Burstyn. Added Lakeshore prexy Lucchesi: “Lee Toland Krieger is one of the most stylish young filmmakers working in Hollywood today. He is visually imaginative and possesses a strong narrative sense.”

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From actress to multi-platform brand, it seems like Blake Lively is taking a leaf out of Gwyneth Paltrow’s career book.

Although she is staying mum on specific details, it appears that her forthcoming company is in the same ilk as Paltrow’s Goop.

“It’s something that will be launching in a few months and that I’m really, really thrilled about,” Lively tells Vogue.co.uk. “The main element of it is that it’s about storytelling and it’s about living a very one-of-a-kind, curated life and how to achieve that. There’s nothing like it out there – it’s without a genre.”

Having found success on the small screen and even in fashion (she’s been a face of Chanel and Gucci), Lively’s other known passions include cooking and food. She enlisted Martha Stewart Weddings to help plan her nuptials to Ryan Reynolds and she has appeared on American Vogue’s online show cooking with Elettra Wiedemann. More recently, her interviews see her focusing more on her La Cornue kitchen rather than her acting career or personal style.

“I have so many passions outside of acting and things that I grew up being good at and that I don’t utilise when acting,” continues Lively. “Acting was something that my family did so I just kind of got into it by default, but there was so much that I cultivated, thinking that I wouldn’t be an actor.”


Thanks to Alexie Gilmore Online

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Appearances: 2013: September 19 – Milan Fashion Week – Seen Around Milan

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Appearances: 2013: September 19 – Milan Fashion Week – Beauty in Wionderland