Furthermore, the couple’s Bedford, New York home — purchased by Lively for .3 million in 2012 — is 1.7 acres and has “three to four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms,” according to Celebuzz. Reynolds and Lively tied the knot in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina at Boone Hall Plantation in September 2012.
The plantation has been open to the public since 1956.
But it's impossible to watch their movies and TV shows without thinking about the IRL romance that lurked just off-screen while our fave projects were being filmed.
Ahead, see 17 pairings that may have blossomed the minute a director yelled "Cut!
From Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas to Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, celebrity couples have met on set since... Some duos, like Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, only began dating long after their films wrapped.
Others, like Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens, have since broken up.
Every generation has their own teen dramas that helped them get through tough times.
Running from 1997 to 2003, it regularly pops up on "greatest ever" lists, and a recent cast reunion just made us all the more keen to see the gang get back together one more time.
More often than not that raw data first surfaces in the form of a blind item, a little gossip nugget that might float its subject’s occupation and rank (B-list actor, A-list director) but never their given name, in the conveyance of a rumor.
For the last decade, as these little guessing games have grown in importance to the tabloid economy, the best place to find them has been a bare-bones Web site named Crazy Days and Nights.
For a decade now, an anonymous blogger has been revealing truly scandalous and potentially defamatory blind items about some of the biggest celebrities in the world with complete impunity. When Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt announced news of their divorce last month, the celebrity-media industry went into the familiar hyper-drive cycle of such gossip cataclysms.
There was the near-constant churn of news on which readers could gorge—first innuendo, then reports, then official confirmation, then the back-and-forth by proxy.