The John Cassavetes award is presented to the film who's creative team made movie magic with a budget under 0,000.Saturday's Independent Spirit awards were a celebration of all the wonderful things that come from independent storytelling and small filmmakers.
If [Penn and I] were photographed walking down the street, they didn’t know if it was a paparazzi shot or if it was a shot from the show...’s Blake Lively and Penn Badgley—aka Serena van der Woodsen and Dan Humphrey—fell in love IRL.“The shocking thing was, I found out on the set of the season 2 finale that Blake and Penn had broken up months before,” co-producer and writer Joshua Safran told .“They kept the breakup hidden from the crew, which you could never do now.
They kept it from everybody which is a testament to how good they are as actors.
"That's what I appreciate about our relationship is that he really is—he's my friend, first and foremost still, you know?
[laughs] No, yeah, we were such good friends for so long and we both got to know each other as friends so when we were both single, we were still trying to find each other's [perfect date]—"Oh, who would be good for you?
The episode mirrors the real-life death of actor Cory Monteith (1982-2013), who played Finn.
Before being casted in Faking It, Gregg Sulkin had a reoccurring role in Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place (2007) in which he played a werewolf.They wanted that, because then it fed their whole narrative.People could buy into this world."And it worked, Lively continued.Well, as it turns out, Lively and Badgley hid their breakup from everyone on set for months, and that must have awkward.And we found out that when Lively and Badgley (aka Serena and Dan) broke up, they were so private about it, they were able to keep it hidden from literally everyone.But based on Ri's recent appearance at Drizzy's OVO Fest in Toronto, it definitely looks like the pair is enjoying a little bit more than "One Dance." (See what I did there?