Blake Lively Talks Life With Three Daughters - ‘We’re Outnumbered’

Blake Lively Talks Life With Three Daughters - ‘We’re Outnumbered’

"It's like going from 2 to 3,000", she admitted on Tuesday's Good Morning America.

"Lively is terrific as an utterly destroyed young woman slowly bringing herself to take revenge for the deaths of her family three years prior", Mendelson writes, but goes on to say the overall film does not succeed as the "worldwide global espionage actioner" it pitches itself as.

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"There's one-shot fight sequences, which is how I shattered my hand".

"I rushed towards Jude Law with my fake rubber knife and my hand collided with his elbow". "I broke some things and dislocated some things and severed a ligament". "We shut down for six months".

"It was pretty intense, but you have to watch this film out of guilt".

In November previous year, Lively posted a video of herself in hospital recovering from the injury that took place in December 2017. "My husband somehow knew that 'Wild Thing" would be my version of smelling salt. I've never felt so seen.

"Also ... I have no memory of it".

"It was a really intense character, a really intense role", the actress told People magazine.

"People talk about it being a film about revenge".

Blake Lively is getting real about her life post welcoming her third baby with Ryan Reynolds. "For me it's a love story", she added.

"She lost everyone she loves and she has nothing left to lose and she doesn't love herself because of the guilt she bears". There's physical abuse to go with it after she finds her way to a middle-of-nowhere village where ex-MI6 operative Boyd (a grizzled Jude Law), who had been feeding Proctor information, has been hiding out, and he reluctantly agrees to give her tough-love training to prepare her for the quest she has taken on.

And Blake thinks her injury alone should be enough to justify the price of admission to see the film: "That's why you guys have to see this movie... so I gave my right hand for something!" "People really expect that you're suddenly a different woman, and I think it strips a woman's identity in a way that is kind of unusual because I've always been innately maternal my whole life".

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