The good news is they’re totally gorgeous and cool together, but the bad news is our dreamz of eventually becoming Penn’s rebound have been crushed!is a new Lifetime thriller series, which follows a bookstore owner named Joe (Penn Badgely) who falls in love with a woman named Beck (Elizabeth Lail).Peach seems to be the person most suspicious of Joe's motives, but she may also be pretty similar to him. is when we first met," he said, "and we were friends—very close friends."So is Penn still in touch with Amanda today? Penn went on to insist that he and Blake were “consummately professional” during the last two years of “Gossip Girl,” which they filmed after breaking up.
Penn Badgley echoed Ed Westwick's reservations about a I don’t think that could happen for maybe another 10 years because if you look at the shows that are being rebooted, they’re much older.Check out the first trailer for Obviously, the new character is going to draw some comparisons to Penn Badgley's most iconic role as Dan Humphrey, the hipster outsider who found his way into the inner circle of Manhattan's social elite on just in case.Given that twist reveal in the series finale that Dan Humphrey was Gossip Girl all along, it only makes sense that we would see Lonely Boy up to even more psychological, obsessive shenanigans in Brooklyn.Unfortunately, though, those relationships don’t always work out (see both examples above), which can make things super awkward if your on-screen characters are still very much together.That was also the case for “Gossip Girl” stars Penn Badgley and Blake Lively, who dated on and off from 2007 to 2010 — a time that overlapped with their characters’ on-screen relationship.