I’d like to ask Blake Lively a simple favor and take off the blazer covering her dry-aged showstoppers as they would be a better watch than the fecal matter in the form of a motion picture that she put out with Anna Kendrick. The film industry should look into another rating system that would assist the unintended audience from accidentally stumbling into such garbage. I give A Simple Favor the rating of G, for goat yoga. Because this movie was intended for pumpkin spice drinking, goat yoga attending busybody gossip girls that find a new catch phrase coming from the internet to repeat each week. Sorry Blake, this off brand Gone Girl didn’t “give me life,” and the fact that you have to tease tits in a see-through shirt to get people to pay attention really makes me feel like “I can’t even.”
Blake Lively narrowly avoided flashing her fans at the New York premiere of her film “A Simple Favor” on Monday.
In an interview with Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” on Thursday night, the actress, 31, was shown a picture of her outfit from that evening and explained: “See the look of horror on my face? I didn’t realize it was see-through, the shirt. That’s not a look that I was going for because it’s a men’s shirt! I didn’t know they made [them], like, see-through.”
Wardrobe naiveté doesn’t work when you’re 31-years-old. You want us to believe that you really had no idea what you were doing? I’d rather watch an infinite loop of Olivia Munn being flung onto a motorcycle missionary style in The Predator than to ever see another second of A Simple Favor again. I’m not even sure which has faded worse, the transparency of Blake’s attention seeking attire over the years or her relevance.
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