Like Sunday, Like Rain, which also stars Debra Messing, centers on Reggie, a 12 year old rich prodigy who lives a lonely life in a castle in New York, where his parents are frequently absent. He eventually befriends his babysitter Eleanor, who ends up taking him to Upstate New York after unsuccessfully finding a replacement to care for him.
source: Ed’s Official Weibo Account
It’s called Like Sunday Like Rain. It’s about the relationship between a young woman who comes to work as a care taker, nanny for a twelve year boy in New York. It’s this movie about these two people kind of randomly thrown together. The young boy is really wealthy and the woman is from a completely different background.
Ed Westwick is eyeing “The Kitchen Sink” as his next starring vehicle. The Wrap learns that the “Gossip Girl” alum, who starred as the womanizer Chuck Bass on The CW’s hit series, enters talks to portray a “smooth-talking vampire who wants to make Mackenzie Davis his latest bloody conquest” in the film developed by Sony Pictures.
Based on Oren Uziel’s Black List script, the film follows a group of teens who form an unlikely alliance with vampires and zombies in order to take on an alien army. “Spring Breakers” actress Vanessa Hudgens, who has been approached since July, reportedly “is nearing a deal for a key role.”
Besides Davis, actors that have been added to the cast ensemble earlier include Nicholas Braun, Josh Fadem and Denis Leary. Matt Tolmach will serve as producer. Set to oversee the project are Kate Checchi on behalf of Matt Tolmach Productions and Sony exec Lauren Abrahams. Robbie Pickering has been tapped to direct.
After “Gossip Girl”, Westwick took a supporting role as Tybalt in Carlo Carlei’s “Romeo and Juliet”, which stars Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld as the iconic lovers. His credits also include Clint Eastwood’s “J. Edgar” and the Felicity Jones-led “Chalet Girl”.
Hello, guys! Long time, no writing. I haven’t been very busy as per se, but there wasn’t anything major to post lately *sad face*. This is why I am writing this post to introduce you – if you haven’t been introduced already – to Gossip Girl Acapulco. For those of you who have moved on after our GG ended, GGA is the Mexican version of the show, except that is set in Latin America. The characters are the same, but they have different names and some also have different backgrounds. Everything was changed to fit with the beautiful scenario of Acapulco, but not everything-everything. This version of the show is inspired to the US one and their writers have took the chance to use the same dialogues as the real Gossip Girl. Naturally, not each episode is similar, but most of it. Is like seeing our very Gossip Girl in Spanish. And what would be GG without our beloved Chuck and Blair?
Gossip Girl Acapulco has its own version of Chair, embodied in their hispanic alter-egos, Max and Barbara. They are not Ed and Leighton, of course, but they are very believable as our bitch and king couple, in their Mexican set. And they are very hot, trust me. I have yet to watch the episode where they hook up, but I have seen gifs of it and it was NICE.
If you are interested in GGA, it airs from Mon to Fri in Mexico. And if you don’t know how to watch, message me on our twitter and I’ll provide links for you. 😉