Could Gossip Girl, the most glossy series on television, return to the screens? The director gives us some revelations
Gossip Girl, the hugely successful series, may soon return to the screens. The creator of the most fashionable television series, Josh Schwartz, says he hasn't really thought about it yet but fans continue to hope that soon there will be a return to the screens of Gossip Girl.
For six seasons, fans have been passionate about the events of Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf. Loves, betrayals, plots remained so impressed in the mind that every year in New York, on January 6, Gossip Girl Day is celebrated. Blake Lively, the face of the beautiful Serena, reveals that it would be very fun to reunite the whole cast and give life to a new season.
Gossip Girl celebrates, episode after episode, the rich life of the good families of the Upper East Side to which Serena and Blair belong. Intertwining after intertwining, the series brings both Blake Lively (Serena) and Leighton Meester (Blair) to maximum success. But let's see what happened to today. Blake Lively has become, as expected, a true style icon. He continued his film career, starring in films such as "Green Lantern" and "The Town" by Ben Affleck. It becomes so glamorous that in 2011, the footwear designer Christian Louboutin dedicates a pair of shoes to her by calling them "The Blake". In 2012 Oliver Stone chose her for his film "The Beasts". In short, a super glossy career. Blake as Serena.
Leighton Meester in the series plays Blair, Serena's best friend / enemy. Leighton who has had a very difficult family life since childhood continues to be very busy in the sets of various film productions. In fact, after Gossip Girl, in 2013 he starred alongside Robert Downey Jr. in the film "The Judge". But his great passion is also music. It will not be the undisputed style icon like Blake but also Leighton in terms of talent he defends himself well.
So let's wait for the return on the screens of Gossip Girl to see the life of Serena and Blair in 2016 grappling with new trends.