Blake Lively Source
Welcome to, your #1 fansite for the beautiful and talented American actress. First known for playing Serena Van Der Woodsen in Gossip Girl but you may also know her from her work in The Age of Adaline (2015), Green Lantern (2011) & Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2007). Up next, Blake is set to star in The Shallows (2016) and Woody Allen's Cafe Society (2016) Please browse the site for info, visit our image gallery and we will continue to bring you updates, enjoy your stay!

Pregnant Blake Lively easily stole the show after she showcased her burgeoning bump in a flattering dress at the premiere of Cafe Society in New York last night. The blonde beauty looked in sparkling form as she glided down the red carpet while she got ready to take in her latest silver screen extravaganza. The 28-year-old, who it emerged in April is pregnant with her second child with husband Ryan Reynolds, seemed thrilled to be at the showpiece occasion in the Big Apple.

Blake had certainly dressed to impress in her plunging whiute gown, which was adorned with fashion forward pink floral pompoms. It also boasted an adventurously high hemline, which, coupled with her towering stilettos showed off her model-quality legs to the full.

There were plenty of other big names at the event, with her co-star Kristen Stewart, who cracked a rare smile on the red carpet, showcasing her feminine side in a flattering lace gown. Others who made memorable red carpet turns included Queen Of The Indies Parker Posey, model Heidi Klum and Batman V Superman star Amy Adams. Also there was Cafe Society director Woody Allen, who had dressed down for the occasion in a shirt, slacks and brown leather shoes. He was accompanied by his dazzling wife Soon-Yi Previn, who looked thrilled to be on her husband’s arm at the event. We have added x97 photos of Blake to the image gallery …

Yesterday (July 13th 2016), Blake Lively was spitted leaving her New York City hotel and heading to her interview with Live! With Kelly and co-host Fred Savage, we have added x89 photos to the gallery …

Blake looked absolutely beautiful yesterday as she attended the press conference for her upcoming film Cafe Society at Crosby Street Hotel, we have added some photos to the gallery …

We have updated the 2016 candids section of the image gallery, with some lovely photos of blake in some very stylish outfits …

x26 Spotted in Soho Manhattan NY July 12th 2016
x75 Arriving at Cafe Society Press Junket in NYC July 12th 2016
x16 Out and about in New York City July 11th 2016
x04 Private Airport in Rhode Island July 5th 2016
x64 Taylor Swifts 4th July Weekend Party 2016
x18 Leaving the Crosby Hotel in NYC June 22nd 2016
x14 Out in New York City June 22nd 2016
x36 Leaving her hotel for The Shallows World Premiere in NYC June 21st 2016
x37 Out and about in a Sunny NYC June 20th 2016
x18 Leaving for Jimmy Fallon NYC June 20th 2016
x18 Leaving her hotel in New York City June 22nd 2016
x50 Leaving her Hotel in New York City June 20th
x11 Out in Tribeca June 1st 2016
x18 Leaving her hotel in New York May 2nd 2016
x06 Celebrity Sightings At Nice Airport – May 09 2016
x16 Grocery Shopping in NYC March 12th 2016
x10 Leaving a hotel in New York City Feb 18th 2016
x38 Celebrity Sightings in New York City February 18th 2016
x77 Celebrity Sightings in New York City February 17th 2016

We are currently updating the image gallery with all the missing Gossip Girl photos, so to start we have added all the screencaps from Season 2, more to follow!

We have added some new promotional stills, posters and on set photos of Blake in her role as for The Shallows. The film is receiving strong reviews from both critics and fans, so if you’re in the US check it out – UK fans will have to wait until August 12th…

We have updated the gallery with some gorgeous new photoshoots of Blake by Benoit Peverell, Nico Bustos, Justin Bishop, and Guy Aroch to name a few…

We have added various new magazine scans of Blake to the gallery …

x10 Marie Claire UK August 2016
x10 Marie Claire July 2016
x01 Hamptons Magazine July 2016
x04 Cosmopolitan Hungary June 2016
x08 Elle Magazine France June 2016
x02 Marie Claire Style June 2016

Straight from the trainer to you.

In preparation for her role in The Shallows, Blake Lively and trainer Don Saladino set up a flexible six day workout plan for the actress to ensure she was in peak physical condition to fight that shark.

“She truly listened to me every step of the way and we both listened to her body,” Saladino tells Well and Good. “At the end of the day, it will never be one-size-fits-all. In order to get the results, you need to be paying attention to what’s going on [with you].”

Before laying out the workout regimen, Saladino noted that every workout is different and to always keep that in mind when reading up on celebrity workout plans:

“I could write out a workout for you, but the thing that people have to take into consideration is the intensity levels,” Saladino says. “And just because you see a celebrity workout plan, doesn’t mean that it’s exactly the same formula that helped them get in shape. If a leg day was set up for a Monday for Blake, but she was flying home the night before and stayed up all night with the baby and was exhausted, I’m not gonna make her do the full workout.”

So what did Lively get up to on those six days?

Day one focused on the upper body, finishing with a 20-30 minute burst of cardio. Day two was all about the lower body, think kettlebell deadlift, a lateral lunge, and split squat. Day three encompassed water; Lively hit the pool with a mix of interval work, treading water and long-distance swimming. Day four focused on getting outdoors and exercises that work anywhere: walking lunges, push-ups, and planks and more cardio. On day five, Saladino simply encouraged Lively to head outdoors “whether that was a walk with her daughter or husband, a jog around town, or a hike—for 30-40 minutes.”


With its lean script, clever construction and arresting cinematography, this crass-on-paper bikini movie turns out to be a minor masterpiece.

So much of our best trash ends up in the ocean. Jaume Collet-Serra, the Spanish film-maker whose shimmering, cool approach made the dopey horror flick Orphan something of a must-see, serves up a minor, silly masterpiece with The Shallows. Without an ounce of body fat on its script, the timing for this refreshing splash couldn’t be better, coming as it does during a deadening summer of flabby sequels. For a slick 87 minutes, The Shallows delivers on its promise: Blake Lively, in a bikini, fighting a shark.

If you haven’t already opened a new browser to immediately buy yourself a ticket, I’ll continue. Nancy (Lively), photographed in a golden haze, bums a lift from an unseen Mexican resort to a “secret” beach. Her travelling companion has stayed behind, having quaffed demasiado tequila the night before. The beach is off the beaten path, but Nancy has a number of pictures dated 1991 of her equally athletic-looking mother at the very same spot.

“Mom’s beach?” Nancy’s little sister asks via a FaceTime chat, a cleverly shot but mercilessly short bit of exposition. As if the film needs to fulfil some sort of government-mandated backstory requirement in order to register as a legal motion picture, Nancy’s touch-base with home informs us that she is a medical school dropout struggling with the recent death of her mother. Home is Galveston, Texas, which means she can be both a heartland of ’Murica sweetheart as well as a demon on a surfboard. The almost-a-doctor bit means we’ll buy it when she tears at her wetsuit to create a tourniquet or uses her necklace as a suture.
That’s needed because there’s something more treacherous than sick wipeouts or sharp coral in these waters: a giant, hungry shark. But before the nasty beast shows its teeth, we get ample footage of Nancy on cloud nine, hanging 10, in this quiet cove. When two nice locals say adios for the night, she stays behind to catch a few more waves. The remainder of the picture is of her figuring out how to survive when there’s a vicious person-shredder separating her from safety.

After the initial attack (in which cool blue turns to Argento red), Nancy spends most of her time strategising on a rock that just so happens to have a nice, scooped-out middle for her lie in and resemble a wounded Greek siren. Kudos to Collet-Serra and his screenwriter Anthony Jaswinski for figuring out a way for Lively to undergo a series of costume changes, despite the storytelling hurdle of never returning to shore. First she’s got the wetsuit zipped, then she’s got it not-so-zipped, then she’s got one arm torn off like an Amazonian warrior etc. The camera photographs her above the water, under the water, through the water and with her legs wrapped around a dead and bleeding whale. It’s an all-or-nothing performance and the movie doesn’t shy from embracing the very physical nature of the scenario.

But here’s the key thing: the group of jaded and highly intellectual New York critics that made up the audience at my screening went from snickering at the arguably unnecessary early cleavage shots to gasping, cringing and even murmuring “Oh, no!” as our leading lady suffered increasingly ferocious setbacks. You just gotta jump right in, get your head wet and take this movie on its own terms.

The Shallows is a film begging for you to shout back at the screen, and while the premise is ridiculous, it’s anything but dumb. (I choose not to Google whether or not a shark would hover in one area for a day after it has already chomped other humans.) Each step has an internal logic, shot in a clear and visually arresting manner. Collet-Serra has reteamed with cinematographer Flavio Martínez Labiano and they are incapable of giving us a boring setup. There’s also a good bit of humour, thanks to Lively’s scene partner, a wounded seagull, whose deadpan reaction shots recall a feathery Jack Benny.

The big finish had the crowd cheering, and some of that excitement was without irony. The conclusion is even a tiny bit touching, and without forcing the issue too much, as in the multiple Academy Award-winner Gravity. This isn’t to compare Lively’s performance with Sandra Bullock’s, but there are ample similarities between the two films in their exaggerated energy and go-for-broke simplicity. What could have been mere summertime chum is actually one of the more cleverly constructed B-movies in quite some time.

The Shallows is released in the US on 24 June and in the UK on 12 August.

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