When Kristen Bell's first series of hits, Veronica Mars ended on the CW, she booked another appearance on the network, which only made her voice an icon. Bell provided the vocals of the eponymous, omniscient Gossip Girl throughout the six seasons of the series. The question now is, will she return to the upcoming revival?
There have been rumors for some time that Gossip Girl would get a fresh start. The teen drama that ran from 2007 to 201
2 was a great success for the CW and one of the first to help build the newly formed network.
If You Do not Know It, Gossip Girl follows a group of Upper East Side teenagers visiting a prestigious private school. A blogger tracks every move with tips shared by his classmates, friends, and other citizens. It's a series about what it means to be incredibly rich and to get your life going.
What we know so far
As of July 28, 2019, most of what we have is the log line for the reboot. "Eight years after the original website went blank, a new generation of teenagers from New York's private school are being introduced to social surveillance by Gossip Girl. The prestige series will examine how much the social media – and the landscape of New York itself – has changed in recent years. "
The question of most fans is who, if any, of the old cast – specifically the core group of Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Chace Crawford, Ed Westwick and Penn Badgley would return. Co-creator Josh Schwartz told ET Online that they have "reached everyone" and "it would be great to see them again," but in the end, they are not the ones to focus on the reboot.
Bell remains silent about her involvement
But that does not appeal to Bell. When Bell was asked about the revival of Gossip Girl at the San Diego Comic-Con, he first made it clear that the announcement had been published so as not to spoil anything. "I have to kick," she laughed. "Yes, I got a birthday e-mail from Josh Schwartz, and he mentioned it. I think that's very exciting. "
So will she be part of it? "Why would he let you know except that you could be involved," the MTV News journalist asked. "Why should he? Law? That's the question, "Bell interspersed mysteriously, maintaining her lack of affirmation when asked if she would like to participate." Sure, "Bell replied simply.
Who (or what) is this time Gossip Girl ?
The series was heavily influenced by the times – the beginnings of the Internet became this unstoppable force in our lives following us everywhere – how is this Gossip Girl now, over a decade after the pilot, ours Bell told MTV News, "This deep, dark, cheeky voice does not come from the Internet, it comes from the depths of our human soul."
She goes on to say, "It's called jealousy, and pretentiousness all the other negative emotions we worship, where somebody needs to feel bigger than someone else and keep an eye on them, is the way to do that, we called that thing Internet, but I think it's e A voice in us all. I do not think she really changed. I think she still does her thing.