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"Spoilers Temporada 4""SPOILERS Temporada 4"
-la temporada 4 arranca filmandose en PARIS (4X01 y 4X02)
"Serena and Blair are finishing up their fabulous summer vacation when someone from home mysteriously shows up in town," Savage explains. "They need to solve this mystery, or else return to a New York that's a very different world."
-Buckley dirige el episodio 4x03
High society and low blows are back as GOSSIP GIRL, a one-hour drama about the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite, returns for its much-anticipated fourth season. Season three ended with a BANG! as a heartbroken Chuck Bass lay bleeding in the streets of Prague while Blair Waldorf and a newly-single Serena van der Woodsen jetted off to Paris for a fabulous summer abroad. Meanwhile, Nate Archibald fresh off his painful breakup with Serena, decided to take a page out of Chuck’s playboy playbook just as Dan Humphrey discovered he was going to have to settle down and be a father – to Georgina Sparks’ baby! Season four will open with a radiant Serena and Blair enjoying their grand and romantic summer in Paris…until Chuck mysteriously arrives in town with a new girlfriend and a new identity. Blair swore off Chuck forever but will this changed man woo Blair into having a change of heart, or will Queen B set her sights on ruling Columbia University? And as for that baby…? The series stars Blake Lively as Serena van der Woodsen, Leighton Meester as Blair Waldorf, Penn Badgley as Dan Humphrey, Chace Crawford as Nate Archibald, Taylor Momsen as Jenny Humphrey, Ed Westwick as Chuck Bass, Jessica Szohr as Vanessa Abrams, Kelly Rutherford as Lily van der Woodsen and Matthew Settle as Rufus Humphrey. Filmed in New York and based on the popular series of young-adult novels by Cecily von Ziegesar, GOSSIP GIRL is from Fake Empire and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios with executive producers Josh Schwartz (“Chuck,” “The O.C.”), Stephanie Savage (“The O.C.”), Leslie Morgenstein (THE VAMPIRE DIARIES), Bob Levy (THE VAMPIRE DIARIES) and Joshua Safran.
-Chuck Bass will live to brood another day!
Ah, yes, tubers, the question of whether Ed Westwick's beloved Gossip Girl Basshole survived the finale received a definitive answer at Thursday morning's Upfront in the form of a season-four bio that details Chuck's new 'tude on life and more valiant efforts to woo a Paris-bound Blair.
It's young love in its purest form.
26-04-2011, 07:59 PM #3
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27-04-2011, 08:21 AM #4
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Pues alomejor si le cae algun cristal y la corta o algo asi peor no creo que la lastime demasiado =/ el la ama de verdad y sabe que el principe es su verdadero ribal por eso se enoja -.-
27-04-2011, 04:20 PM #5
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Duuuuuudo que pase eso, de verdad. Puede ser que golpee algo, pero no va a estar JUSTO Blair del otro lado, y no le va a hacer nada.
29-04-2011, 06:52 PM #6
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1yo tampoco lo creo, es muy loco y raro...aunque bueno, esto es GG, yo ya me espero todo...
29-04-2011, 07:55 PM #7
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Ausellio confirmó que iba a haber sangre. :|
30-04-2011, 06:58 AM #8
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1pues la sangre de la mano de chuck no?
02-05-2011, 02:23 PM #9
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1hello!!!!
me extrañaron????? decido reaparecer, desde el epi 11 que no veo GG, y creo q vere estos 2 ultimos epis para ver que onda!
-les comento que en argentina vuelven a dar GG por cableeee, arranca el 24 de mayo x un canal nuevo.
-gossip girl fue renovada, asi que hay temporada 5
dejo spoilers (nose si estaban)
•Question: Your cryptic Gossip Girl tease in last week’s Ask Ausiello is Freaking. Me. Out. What do you mean Chuck would never intentionally do harm to Blair. What happens?! —Sam
Ausiello: There’s really only one more thing to say on this subject: There will be blood.
para mi es que el se corta!
•Safran: What I will say is Dan and Blair were four seasons in the making. To come to the place where they were able to admit they were friends was four seasons in the making, so hopefully it will not take another four seasons to find another level in their friendship. The story between them is not over.
So is Chuck (Ed Westwick) in trouble? And we also have Prince Louis (Hugo Becker) back on the scene. It seems like Blair is the new Serena (Blake Lively).
Safran: Maybe! There are people who we're in love with when we're 16, and they're not the people you end up with — unless they are the people you end up with. The writers are on the same journey with Blair as she takes it. Who knows where it will end up? Obviously, Chuck and Blair have a bond and connection that will never truly be severed, but does that mean they end up together in a conventional sense? We'll see.
But have you mapped it out in your own mind?
Safran: No. That's one of the things I love so much about television. You get to continue and grow with the characters. The only time I would ever say we had an endgame is if we knew the show was ending. The show is not ending and we look forward to going down the road with these characters. Hopefully that's many years off...
In the past several months, a lot of your actors have expressed that maybe they're ready to move on from Gossip Girl. What do you make of that? Are you anticipating it?
Safran: At this point, we're waiting for our Season 5 pickup and our actors are all contracted through the end of Season 6, so we look very much forward to working with them for at least the next two years.
Taylor Momsen is included in that?
Safran: Jenny remains very much a part of the show. As for whether she returns this season, I have to say wait and see — I don't want to spoil it! As for the future, we're still waiting on a Season 5 pickup before we decide anything.
OK, moving on. Is Ben (David Call) gone for good? It seemed like he and Serena were just getting started?
Safran: There are no plans in the next five episodes for him to return, but the story continues.
Did you feel like the Ben storyline was working?
Safran: We had planned well ahead of time that this was going to be the number of episodes for that story because it was part of a larger arc. It had to lead to Lilly's arrest. So, it wasn't a question of working or not working — it was always our intention to leave it where we did. We're happy with the way it played out. But it's Gossip Girl, and there's always a chance for people to return, whether it's bearing new secrets or just coming back. In our minds, the doors are never closed to anyone.
Tell us about The Thorpes giving Chuck and Lily (Kelly Rutherford) so much trouble. Now that Lily is under house arrest, what role does Raina (Tika Sumpter), still serve, other than to make things weird between Chuck and Nate?
Safran: Well, the Thorpes are all part of the same spine, which is sort of 'the sins of the father,' or parents rather, that we've created this year. You'll see in the last episodes what exactly transpired between Bart and Raina's father Russell (Michael Boatman)and Raina's mother — that story is of a piece with the Lilly story.
As for Raina, she is like most of our kids — the child of this parent who didn't necessarily go about things the right way, and now the child is paying the price for it. She has that in common with Chuck, and also Nate. It's very much a running theme with our leads, and we thought she folded in nicely.
What's the deal with Charlie (Kaylee DeFer)? Our initial thought was Single White Female—
Safran: Sweet Charlie? No!
OK, that's just the way our minds work then. We'll revise: What is Sweet Charlie's deal coming in this late in the game? She's like a have, raised as a have-not.
Safran: Right. She hasn't been allowed to be a part of it, so she's coming to grips with just what she has missed her entire life. Whether it's the family she didn't know or the money she never experienced the luxury of. It's about what getting all that does to her. Also, it's about her maybe having feelings for somebody...
Somebody named Dan. Gotcha! Speaking of Dan, Vanessa (Jessica Szohr) always seem to get a raw deal. Everyone's always rooting for Dan and Serena, and this season she really stepped in it teaming up with Juliet (Katie Cassidy) and Little J. Are we supposed to dislike her? Or is she just making bad decisions?
Safran: Vanessa, in my mind, always serves an important purpose. She's Dan's childhood best friend, and she's watched him slowly become more and more consumed by the Upper East Side — or pulled into it, as it were. His father married into it. She's sort of that voice of reason for Dan.
Now, whether or not that's true reason or what she thinks is true reason, because Dan is going to a place she didn't want him to, that's what we deal with in terms of Vanessa. That's what we play with. In these last five episodes, she's very much trying to help get Dan back to his roots. There are fans that don't like her and fans that do. But as writers, she serves a very specific purpose and without her there wouldn't be a balance.
la promo de los ultimos epis
solo xq me gusta jajjjajaj
02-05-2011, 03:35 PM #10
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Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1si, salio en la tapa de la revista de cablevision, lo van a dar por el canal glitz
03-05-2011, 10:24 PM #11
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Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Supongo que por eso no comercializan la 3ra temp en DVD.. porque no emitieron en ningun canal de aca la temp completa.. Espero que salga ¬¬
04-05-2011, 01:57 AM #12
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Saben cuando empieza en Glitz? xq en la programación de Directv no aparece Gossip Girl. Me dieron ganas de ver las primeras temporadas!
05-05-2011, 12:45 PM #13
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1
Gossip Girl Boss: "Chuck Has Never, and Will Never, Hurt Blair"
Deep breaths, Gossip Girl fans, deep breaths.
We just talked to executive producer Josh Safran about last night's shocking scene between Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Blair (Leighton Meester), and as Safran puts it, "We feel it's very important to know that she is not scared—if anything, she is scared for Chuck, and what he might do to himself—but she is never afraid of what he might do to her. Leighton and I were very clear about that." Moreover, the Basshole is due for a "reckoning," just as soon as he comes to his senses, which will take in the midst of the "thrilling" and "uplifting" two-part finale.
Will Blair get her fairy tale? And who is the prince in question? That guy from Europe or, as Serena (Blake Lively) pointed out, that guy who has his own Upper East Side Empire?
Here's what we can tell you:
Q&A with Gossip Girl Executive Producer Josh Safran
I thought it was interesting that Chuck actually grabbed her and that the consequence of that fight was Blair had the most perfect, beautiful, dainty injury, which are two symbolically significant things. Did this moment verge on abuse? What was going on in this scene?
The way we viewed it, I think it's very clear that Blair is not afraid in those moments, for herself. They have a volatile relationship, they always have, but I do not believe—or I should say we do not believe—that it is abuse when it's the two of them. Chuck does not try to hurt Blair. He punches the glass because he has rage, but he has never, and will never, hurt Blair. He knows it and she knows it, and I feel it's very important to know that she is not scared—if anything, she is scared for Chuck—and what he might do to himself, but she is never afraid of what he might do to her. Leighton and I were very clear about that.
Chuck is usually defined by his cold, emotional distance, but here he's out of control and slobbering drunk. What is he doing?
This whole season has been a struggle for Chuck to understand who he is...He opens the season as Henry Prince, because he did not want to be Chuck Bass anymore. Even when he got surer footing, and he was like, "OK, I can be Chuck Bass again," he was dealt another curve ball, the story with his father and the Thorpes, and looking at, "What am I born from?" The conflict for the year for Chuck has been "Who am I? What am I?" And you have to hit rock bottom before you can rise up again. That is our trajectory for Chuck, right now, and for this season.
Is this rock bottom, or is there further to go?
I would like to say "Wait and see," but I would be hard-pressed to think that there is any more rock bottom than this. And by the way, it was a conscious decision to make the rock bottom episode 20 and not 22, so that there's still room to go.
So at the moment Chuck is sort of a basket case?
He needed to go out of control—sometimes you have to go out of control to take stock and look at yourself and realize who you are.
I have to imagine that the morning after he's also going to look at Blair and see that he caused the world's most picturesque wound and react to that accordingly. Where do you go in the next two episodes in terms of Chuck's emotional arc?
There is definitely a reckoning.
"Reckoning" could mean a lot of things. Is Chuck going to be in a gunfight?
I can't say, but you saw who Raina (Tika Sumpter) called at the end of the episode. There's two things that we've shown that can touch Chuck's Achilles' heel, and they are Blair and Jack Bass (Desmond Harrington). And to have both of them in the same episode, what's that gonna be?
Ah, Chuck…He's such a classic romantic hero, like Rhett Butler, sort of strong enough that you can stretch him pretty far.
Sure, we talk about these classic movies all the time, and sometimes the audience just likes it better when it's The Philadelphia Story, or Breakfast at Tiffany's, but you have to talk about these other movies as well. Each character can't just be in romantic comedies all the time.
He's always had that Gothic thing, and those guys are always imbued with a dark side in addition to their vulnerability about their girlfriends. Would you say that the next two episodes are a time of strength for Chuck or a time of weakness?
All I will say is that I'm sure you've seen the picture of Chair on chairs. That's not a dream sequence; they're smiling, and you know…How about that?
Where's Blair, emotionally, at this point? She's with her prince, but Chuck said to her face that we all knew she wasn't going to get with him—plus, he's just a guest star. What is she telling herself at the end of this episode?
Blair's always believed in fairy tales, and she even opens this season talking about fairy tales. It was always our intention to let Blair have a fairy tale, but the rose in a fairy tale still has thorns on it. Chuck may be—in last night's episode—the thorns for that rose; but Blair is moving towards accepting that she can have a fairy tale.
I'm hearing a lot of, "If you go back to the beginning of the season, you'll see that we did some stuff here." Can we assume that as fans that if we went back to the first part of the season, we'd see the seeds planted that are going to come to fruition in the finale?
Absolutely, it is very, very much of a piece, this season. We just made that choice and stuck with it.
As for the finale, do you like to end things on cliffhangers? Do you like to tie things up in bows?
The next episode is actually a two-parter, episodes 21 and 22 [are one story and] take place in a little more than one night. And then there's little bit more jumping ahead like we have in the past. There are definitely cliffhangers. I'm trying to think, do we tie stuff up in bows? Well, every bow has a string that someone can pull, some I'm not entirely sure if we tied up anything, but I feel like this year, more than ever before, the map of the next season will become very clear in the finale. So even when there are cliffhangers in this finale, they very much tell a story of where we are going, as opposed to shooting Chuck and not knowing if he's alive.
In that two-part, what one scene or moment are you most excited for people to see?
There's never one moment. You're asking the wrong person, because I'm proud of and stand by every storylines, even the ones that people don't love and the ones that don't get accepted the way we hope they will. I have to stand by both "the good and the bad." I really love both episode 21 and 22. Coming to the end of the season is always really fun for us, because we really do get to look back and tie things together...the only thing I'm sad about is that I wish they were airing on the same night, because I do think that 21 and 22—because they're the first time we've ever done a two-parter—are really complementary. At the same time, I would love to just be an audience member watching, because 21 ends on a cliffhanger. Watching and waiting a whole week could be superfun; we don't get that luxury because we know what's going to happen. There's lovely moments and thrilling moments in both parts, and I think it's really going to feel like a ride. Last year's finale felt like a descent into despair, because that's what was happening with Chuck and Jenny (Taylor Momsen); this one feels more like a thrill ride with happy uplifting moments and happy scary moments, but not necessarily despair.
es ficcion, no voy a justificar a chuck por lo que hizo, pero me gusta como explican lo que quisieron hacer o contar con esto.
ruego que chuck se calme y sea menos agresivo!!!!
09-05-2011, 10:14 PM #14
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1las noticias que todos(?) esperabamos...???????
Taylor Momsen and Jessica Szohr Leaving Gossip Girl
Taylor Momsen and Jessica Szohr will not be returning to the Upper East Side as regulars for a fifth season of Gossip Girl, TVLine reports. Both actresses, however, have already been invited back to guest-star on the CW drama.
The news comes as no surprise, especially for 17-year-old Momsen, who has appeared in a only four episodes this season.
Momsen plays Jenny, Dan's trouble-making younger sister who was shipped off to Hudson to live with her mom earlier this season in light of her recent bad behavior. After teaming up with Jenny and bad girl Juliet to take down Serena last year, Szohr's character Vanessa has had little to do on-screen besides pine for Dan from afar. The character is about to leave town to study abroad.
In light of the departures, recurring guest star Kaylee DeFer, who plays Serena's cousin Charlie Rhodes, will be promoted to a series regular in the fall.
Are you sad to see Vanessa and Jenny go?
fuente: Taylor Momsen and Jessica Szohr Leaving Gossip Gir - Today's News: Our Take | TVGuide.com
jessica y taylor no estaran mas en GG, era demasiado obvio eso.
y bueno veremos a charlie mas seguido...
09-05-2011, 11:11 PM #15
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1No merezco estar mas aki, pero tenia ke despedirme cn la mejor noticia sobre GG hasta ahora.. al fin la Szohrra y Taylor desaparecen... xD
10-05-2011, 12:25 AM #16
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Realmente el personaje de Taylor era muy bueno, y le ha dado muy buena trama a GG.
Vanessa ya sabemos que nooo....así sin sabor, sin dinámica, sin nada....
Poor Nate...bueno le regalamos a la prima Charlie...
10-05-2011, 09:52 PM #17
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Al fin! Cuatro temporadaaas me tomó, pero ya está. Ninguna va a ser regular en la que viene y eso me deja feeeliz como una perdiz (?)
Ahoooora, no va a estar la tercera en DVD? Me muero, yo tengo las otras dos
11-05-2011, 02:53 AM #18
11-05-2011, 10:31 AM #19
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Meey # La tercera temporada, al menos aquí en España, salió hace tiempo. Yo me la compré hace bastante, seguro que allí no tarda ;)
SweetLove # Los que salen en esa escena que dices tú son Charlie y Dan (¿Darlie?), y es del capítulo de esta semana, el 4x21, si no me equivoco :D
11-05-2011, 07:44 PM #20
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1Hay spoilers del último capítulo, si no lo squieren leer no lo hagaaaan :D
Me quiero mooooorir bien muerta :(
Meey # La tercera temporada, al menos aquí en España, salió hace tiempo. Yo me la compré hace bastante, seguro que allí no tarda ;)
12-05-2011, 12:04 PM #21
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1
-meey, es todo raro lo que pasara en el epi del lunes!
esperaba eso de chuck, necesita dejar ir a blair...
lo que me parece cualquiera es que si blair se va con louis a monaco, planeen ver pelis con dan via telefono!
blair ocuparia ese tiempo de shopping o haciendo sociales con princesas, reyes y reinas. jaaaja
se ve que siguen con las ganas de dair estos escritores
tambien lei que blair y louis planean una boda para noviembre (justo para el mes del cumple de blair)
ya falta poco para el lunes veremos bien que onda!
•ed conto a OK magazine que filmara el primer epi de la temporada 5 en los angeles..
@OK_Magazine OK! Magazine
Ed Westwick says filming of the first new Gossip Girl episode is in LA!
ahi va a estar serena, por que chuck terminara en los angeles??? mmmm
12-05-2011, 01:12 PM #22
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1tambien lei que blair y louis planean una boda para noviembre (justo para el mes del cumple de blair)
12-05-2011, 06:56 PM #23
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1
para mi o blair vuelve sola de monaco o si vuelve es con luis 2 epis y despues lo deja...
uno puede planear una boda, pero de ahi a que se haga es otra cosa.
por mi que se quede hugo(louis) y chuck interrumpa el matrimonio o algo x el estilo jaaajajaj
con tal que no hagan DAIR, me da lo mismo cualquier cosa.
x como pinta la cosa, se supone q otra vez querran meter a dan con blair, no tiene logica q casen a blair si piensan hacer eso...
19-05-2011, 03:44 PM #24
Re: "Spoilers Temporada 4" - Parte 1cree un nuevo thread con spoilers para la temporada 5!
asi que vayan a ese thread ajajaa