People just can’t get enough of Blake Lively. Between trolling her husband — fellow actor Ryan Reynolds — on social media and taking care of her family of six, the “Gossip Girl” alum has tackled many film projects over the years.
Lively made her film debut at age 10 when she starred in her father Ernie’s 1998 “Sandman” movie as Trixie the tooth fairy. But her first real Hollywood breakout role came from starring in 2005’s “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” as Bridget Vreeland, a character she also played in the 2008 sequel.
Lively then went on to claim one of her most iconic roles to date — Upper East Sider Serena Van Der Woodsen in The CW’s “Gossip Girl” series, which lasted six seasons from 2007 to 2012. However, film has always been a mainstay in Lively’s career. She’s starred in everything from “The Age of Adaline” and “Accepted” to “The Town,” “The Shallows,” and “Green Lantern” with Reynolds as the titular character. She’s even making her directorial film debut with a movie adaptation of “Seconds,” based on the 2014 graphic novel written by Scott Pilgrim writer Bryan Lee O’Malley — though she already directed Taylor Swift’s 2021 “I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version)” music video.
But according to Lively, her most challenging role was in the 2016 drama “All I See Is You,” where she played a nearly blind woman named Gina whose sight gets restored after a miraculous surgery. Speaking to Vanity Fair in 2017, the actor said her role in the film is “the performance that I’m most proud of.” But Lively has wowed audiences in plenty of notable films.
Ahead, see all of Lively’s memorable movie roles over the years.
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