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But Schwartz explains that Chuck was originally meant to be the show's villain, but his chemistry with Leighton/Blair was so undeniable they had to pair the two up. You get an actor like Ed Westwick and see thechemistry he had with Leighton Meester, and their scenes justcrackled.
So it felt like, here are two people who are bonded by theirmutual scheming and the dark side of the show, at least from thebeginning, and that would naturally evolve into a romanticrelationship.
“This is advice to anyone: when they say, ‘We promise, but we can’t put it in writing,’ there’s a reason they can’t put it in writing. “She came in and she was really funny, and really smart and played vulnerable.
But there was one problem: she was blonde," Schwartz said. The first time Chace Crawford (who played Nate Archibald) met Meester, he couldn’t see her as Blair. “I’m actually a very shy person and the idea of losing my anonymity was one that was scary to me,” she said.
Contrary to tabloid reports, there really was no on-set friction between Lively and Meester. They were friendly, but they were not friends like Serena and Blair. She knows this movie’s coming out, this band is happening. Lively and Penn Badgley (who played Dan Humphrey) were so good at keeping their relationship private that people had no clue they broke up for months.
“It’s funny,” Trachtenberg said, “Because when we were filming, there was, ‘Leighton hates Blake, Blake hates Leighton, everyone hates Blake, everyone hates Leighton, everyone hates Chace,’ and blah, blah, blah. Yet the second they’d be on set together, it’s as if they were.” 18. "[She] was very removed and very quiet, and, after her scenes were done, she would wander the stage," Safran said. You talk to Blake on a very contemporary level, and she would be like, ‘I’m doing this thing tonight. “The shocking thing was, I found out on the set of the season 2 finale that Blake and Penn had broken up months before,” Safran said.
Lively was about to quit acting and enroll in college (she had deferred the year before) when she was offered the role. "Then they [ and Savage] said, ‘Okay, you can go to Columbia [University] one day a week.