and they started dating in 2004, around the time that she was 17. shot Blake Lively into superstardom and Leonardo Di Caprio was, well, Leonardo Di Caprio. She was documenting her life in photographs in a way that people were not yet doing. what the relationship taught him, Badgley replied: "I don't know if I can distill it into a sentence, or even articulate it."We were very much caught up in the show, which itself was a six-year endurance test.
1 love of my life." Lively was cast in The CW's series Gossip Girl, based on the book series of the same name by Cecily von Ziegesar, which premiered in September 2007.Already having deferred college for a year, Lively intended to turn the role down and become a student, but was told that she could attend college part-time while filming the show (she later said "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").In 2012, she starred in Oliver Stone's Savages alongside Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Johnson, Salma Hayek, and John Travolta.Lively replaced Jennifer Lawrence as Ophelia, after the latter dropped out to do The Hunger Games.Lively's performance in the film earned her a nomination for a Teen Choice Award for "Choice Movie Breakout – Female.
In 2006, Lively co-starred with Justin Long in Accepted, and Lively had minor roles in the horror film, Simon Says."In fact, they probably didn't watch the show."Badgley, who is currently dating Zoe Kravitz, also suggested that he's no longer interested in taking advantage of his fame to seduce women."I've had some fun nights," he said."But I learned early on that that stuff is never satisfying in the end.I mean, like anything valuable, it was good and it was bad and it was a learning experience."Badgley - who admitted that he didn't send Lively a wedding gift when she married Ryan Reynolds - explained that he would like to get married one day because he wants the "ceremony" and the "bond".character Dan."But the kind of women I'm interested in - they're smart enough not to expect me to be Dan," he continued.Lively and Penn Badgley appeared in a pro-Obama commercial, as part of Move On.org's Youth Vote program.