Fans are super excited to see the ‘Gossip Girl’ star Blake Lively returning on the big screen. And she is playing the lead in one of the most awaited upcoming movies – the film adaptation of Colleen Hoover’s bestseller novel, ‘It Ends With Us’.
Today we got the first sneak peek into Blake Lively’s look as the redheaded lead character, Lily Bloom.
Blake Lively Looks Gorgeous As Lily Bloom
Lily Bloom is the sweet but headstrong protagonist of ‘It Ends With Us’. And Blake Lively is all set to portray the character. She has donned a new hair color ditching her classic golden locks.
Lively stepped out in a bright fuchsia jacket, a pastel pink tee and a long brown dress. She also looked stunning in a red hair color. This new look is for her transformation into the redhead Lily Bloom. Lively was also seen without the top showing off her halter-neck dress for a scene with co-star Justin Baldoni.
Many netizens expressed their dislike of the cast of the movie on social media. They are skeptical of a 35-year-old Blake Lively as Lily Bloom and Brandon Sklenar as Atlas Corrigan. All in all, it is safe to say that ‘It Ends With Us’ is a highly anticipated movie and viewers are eagerly awaiting it.
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What Is ‘It Ends With Us’ About?
‘It Ends With Us‘ follows freshly graduated Lily Bloom who moves to New York to start a new life. She opens a flower shop and meets neurosurgeon Ryle Kincaid. They start a relationship but Lily still remembers her first love, Atlas Corrigan.
After Ryle and Lily get married, she meets Atlas again in a restaurant. Atlas gives Lily his number secretly thinking that Ryle might be abusing her. But years go by and Lily finds out that she is pregnant with Ryle’s child.
After she faces abuse from Ryle, she goes back to Atlas for help. And now she has a big decision to make for herself and her unborn child.
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