Blake Lively did an interview for Bullet magazine which no one has ever heard of. “Is this real life?,” the editor probably asked when Blake Lively agreed to the interview. Whatever the case, she’s there to promote Oliver Stone’s violence porn film Savages. At one point, she opens up about building relationships.
“I’m slow to build friendships, but they always end up being long and lasting… The way that I meet people is the same way that I’ve always met people. It might be weird if I was on JDate, but I’m not, so that’s good. I meet so many people in passing at parties, but I’ve never been a person who’s like, I know I just met you, but let’s exchange numbers and be best friends.”
She also talks about finally getting to leave Gossip Girl.
“It’ll be bittersweet when it’s over because it gave me all of this,” she says, scanning the second floor of the mansion where we’re huddled next to each other on a windowsill. “I think the best way to describe it is like someone who really enjoyed high school, and is like, I’m a senior and I can’t wait for the next thing! Gossip Girl was so great, but what’s the next challenge in life? Because, you know, six years is a long time. And as an actor who plays a caricature of myself on the show, I don’t think I’d say, Watch Gossip Girl for my best quality of work. But I am very lucky to have had that experience.”
Gossip Girl is just like high school? So after filming the last episode she’s going to start pointing to people and going, f*ck you, f*ck you, you’re cool, f*ck you…?” Because that would be pretty sweet.