It's been a busy week for actress Blake Lively. The "Gossip Girl" star recently tied the knot with boyfriend Ryan Reynolds in a secret ceremony, and now she's dropping hints about a family. In a just-released interview, Blake has suggested that she wants to have 30 kids. "Oh, I'd love 30 if I could," she said when asked about kids. "I've always wanted a big family." While that may seem like an absurd number, we shouldn't be surprised if Blake and Ryan start the family process soon. With her dream wedding in the books, kids might be the next step for the star and her new husband. Since becoming a star following the 2005 movie "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," Blake has kept busy both on and off the screen. With her most recent bit of big news, it's interesting to see what her co-stars from that hit movie have been up to in the last seven years. Here is a look at what the other "Sisterhood" stars have been doing since the movie was first released.
Like Blake, the first "Sisterhood" movie was Amber's first major film role. Since that time, she has been visible both in movies and on TV. In addition to reprising her role as Tibby in the "Sisterhood" sequel in 2008, Amber has appeared in acclaimed films like "127 Hours." When it comes to TV, her most notable gig was a recurring role on the hit Fox show "House." In 2011, Amber became engaged to comedian David Cross despite an age difference of nearly 20 years.
Prior to starring as Lena in the first "Sisterhood" movie, Alexis was already a big star because of her leading role on the TV drama "Gilmore Girls." She remained with that show until its run ended in 2007, and also appeared on the final episode of "ER" in 2009. While still turning out movies on a regular basis, Alexis was also recently seen as a recurring character on the fifth season of "Mad Men." It was on that show that she met current beau Vincent Kartheiser, and reports suggest that the two are very happy in the early stages of their romance.
After her star-making performance as Carmen, America landed the lead role on the hit show "Ugly Betty." She starred on that show until 2010, winning a Golden Globe and an Emmy for her work. In addition to that, America has appeared in a number of movies and recently launched the new web series "Christine." In 2011, American became the first "Sisterhood" star to walk down the aisle when she married actor-director Ryan Piers Williams.
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