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8 Blake Lively Wanted People To Know That She Wasn’t Anything Like Serena Her role as Serena van der Woodsen on Gossip Girl put Blake Lively on the map and helped her to launch herself into a diverse movie career, but she wasn’t happy about the message that her character sent to younger viewers of show. And she wanted people to know that she was very different to the character she played. "People loved it, but it always felt a little personally compromising—you want to be putting a better message out there," she said, speaking about the show and her desire to distance herself from Serena. "The lines become blurred. I would not be proud to be the person who gave someone the cocaine that made them overdose and then shot someone and slept with…show more content…
"When you have something like that there's a lot of expectations for it to meet the standards of the public and I don't think George did that. Other children were really mean to me," he said. "They would make the sound of the lightsaber every time they saw me. It was totally mad... My entire school life was really a living hell – and I had to do up to 60 interviews a day." 4 Crispin Glover Hated The Ending of Back To The Future Everyone loved Crispin Glover in his role as Marty McFly's nerdy father, George, in Back to the Future, but Crispin wasn’t pleased about the way that the film ended. And even though he was only 20 years old at the time he voiced his displeasure to director Robert Zemeckis. Crispin felt that the alternate future depicted at the end of the movie, where the McFly family is rich and Marty has a new truck sent the wrong the message and suggested it should be changed. To say that Zemeckis was not thrilled with the young actors’ idea is an understatement. He was livid. When he realised that he wasn’t going to get his way Glover refused to return for the second film but the producers simply used another actor done up with prosthetic make-up to look him

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