"It’s a delicate subject and I think it’s very funny, but it’s funny in the way that life is funny. So I think that’s probably why it works. It’s got a lot of tension and awkwardness but then it sort of cools off." Leighton Meester about The Oranges
Ben Barnes & Leighton Meester in God only knows
ROTTEN – COMING 20-NEVERsnow white is dead. the news echoes across the black mine-hills, bellows throughout a land ravaged with smoke and despair. super-8 images of her face, stained with black blood, flicker across everafter’s screens. the people weep for a day, perhaps, then move on. but seven girls – legends, once, now pathetic and lost – rise from the ashes of their own pasts to reclaim what was once promised as theirs. guns, guts, girls, and a glorious, glorious death. double, double, toil and trouble. a kingdom for my rotten apple.
starring (in order of appearance): dianna agron as aurora, danai gurira as tiana, deborah ann woll as ariel, zhang ziyi as mulan, teresa palmer as cinderella, sarah shahi as jasmine, and leighton meester as belle.
Chace Crawford and Leighton Meester at the Telefilm Festival in Milan, Italy (2008)
“I’ve missed you. I’ve missed my friend.”