Careful, Blake Lively!

The actress took a little spill while filming a workout scene in a forest on the set of her upcoming flick The Age of Adeline in Vancouver on Monday.

Wearing a blue and white sweater and a matching headband, Ryan Reynold’s missus slipped and fell down a hill during the hiking scene and appears to have cut her hand. Lively screamed in pain upon first examining the bloody cut before she started to laugh with the rest of the crew. The blond beauty began filming yesterday around 1 p.m. and shot until 4.

Word on the set is that the 26-year-old actress, who is also a top-notch chef, has fallen in love with Vancouver food. She regularly orders from Blue Water Cafe and often eats breakfast at Medina Cafe.

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In fact, Reynolds has been spotted visiting his ladylove on set and has even come by to take Lively out for lunch (presumably at one of her favorite spots). The couple has also recently been spotted enjoying a romantic dinner at a local Chinese restaurant in Vancouver.

Directed by Lee Toland Krieger, who helmed Celeste and Jesse Forever, The Age of Adaline follows “the miraculous life of the 29-year-old title character (portrayed by Lively), 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.”

The flick, which marks Lively’s first project since Gossip Girl ended in 2012 and also stars Ellen Burstyn, Michiel Huisman and Harrison Ford, is slated for release sometime in 2015.


Alloy Entertainment is developing the final Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants book, Sisterhood Everlasting, for a big-screen adaptation. This film will follow the 2005 original, as well as the 2008 sequel, both of which starred Alexis Bledel, America Ferrera, Blake Lively, and Amber Tamblyn. No word on whether the ladies will reprise their roles (reps didn’t immediately respond), but all four real-life friends have seemed open to the idea in the past. “The characters are all basically the ages that we are now,” America Ferrera told EW when we reunited the cast last fall. “I know that the four of us would love [to make another film], and it would be wonderful.”

Liz Garcia (The Lifeguard, Dawson’s Creek) will adapt Ann Brashares’ novel for the screen, and Ken Kwapis, who directed the original film, will return to helm once again.

Taking place 10 years after the last events, Sisterhood Everlasting, the fifth and final novel, finds that the friends have grown apart, so Tibby (Tamblyn) tries to bridge the distance by reuniting the girls for a trip that will change their lives forever — and, spoiler alert, the novel, like adulthood, gets pretty dang dark in parts.

“The Sisterhood series is one of Alloy’s most cherished properties and we are looking forward to continuing its legacy with Sisterhood Everlasting nearly a decade after the first film was released,” said Alloy Entertainment President Les Morgenstein in a release. “The original film brought together an incredible group of talent who we hope to unite for fans once again.”


Thanks to Holly for sending in the photos of Blake filming her latest project The Age of Adaline.

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As the face of Gucci Premiére fragrance, she’s been involved in the brand’s massively successful Chime for Change charity initiative, which kicked off with a megaconcert in London last year (“It was very exciting to hear the audience cheer just as much for a woman who had broken out of a horrible life cycle in India as for Madonna”) and has since raised close to $5 million, funding more than 260 projects that benefit women in 81 countries. Starting in April, purchasers of Gucci perfumes will be able to donate a $5 portion of the price to a charity of their choice via the Chime for Change website. “Sure, you can buy the fragrance and then not go online, but then you’re the jerk,” Lively says. “This makes the consumer an active participant by giving them responsibility.”

Blake Lively on her yearlong break from acting: “Having a personal life has been really nice. I’d been on Gossip Girl 10 months a year for six years, shooting 15-hour days, so I hadn’t had time to just be since I graduated from high school. It’s been nice to kind of settle into my own skin and work on things I really love.”
How her own personal style is starting to evolve: “The older I get, I guess I wear less sparkles. And I know that someday my knees are going to look like elephant knees. But for now, my hemlines are still pretty high.”