Who is leighton meester dating in real life 2016
The indie romantic dramedy Life Partners highlights the co-dependent friendship of Sasha (Leighton Meester) and Paige (Gillian Jacobs), who spend more time hanging out with each other and watching reality TV than they do venturing out into the dating world.But when Paige meets Tim (Adam Brody), they start getting serious and Sasha starts to feel cast aside by her best friend.At the film’s press day, actress Leighton Meester spoke to Collider for this exclusive interview about how great it was to be a part of something with so much positive energy, why she loves comedy, how she related to her character, the major change to one of the film’s plot points, how being matched up for a film is like going on a blind date, and being attracted to imperfect and flawed characters.She also talked about her latest album, Heartstrings, her experience performing Of Mice and Men on Broadway (with Chris O’Dowd and James Franco), that she never wants to do the same thing twice, and that she would definitely be interested in doing a limited-run TV series. Collider: There are quite a few more of them now, but still not nearly enough, so what’s it like to be a part of a female-driven comedy and have so many women behind it? I have really realized the importance, since doing it, as well.
She’s imperfect and completely flawed, and that’s human, but a lot of the time, you don’t see women who are flawed.
That was cool, but that’s such a timely thing, and this is timeless.
I think it’s so much more special that it’s not about the fact that Sasha is gay, or that Paige is straight. It’s part of what makes her who she is, but you could interchange anything she says about girls that she’s dating with a guy and it would be exactly the same. So much of the success of this film relies on the chemistry between the actresses playing Paige and Sasha.
Now, it’s all about friendship and the changes in friendship, which I think is actually much more poignant and timeless than the original concept.
Paige originally said that she wasn’t going to get married until gay people could get married.