Blake Lively Wants Babies, a Bakery and a Southern Restaurant

September 14, 2010 By:
Blake Lively Wants Babies, a Bakery and a Southern Restaurant

Blake Lively is a very hot commodity in the acting world these days. She's not just sticking to playing Serena on Gossip Girl, but she's starring in big budget films. Her new movie, The Town, directed by Ben Affleck has been getting a lot of buzz and that only means more roles for the sexy Blake.

Blake graces the cover of Allure Magazine for their October issue where she opens up about wanting a family, her goals in life and her challenges behind the cameras.

Read the excerpts from the interview below:

On her role in much anticipated The Town: “This part was originally supposed to be for a 37-year-old woman - she’s a mother - but when I read the script, I knew I had to have the part. It was selfish of me. I worried I would ruin it for other people. But I had to try it.”

On wanting a lot of babies: “I want babies. Lots of babies. Of course!”

On being insecure in front of the cameras: “You make your mistakes on a bigger screen for everyone to see. I’d look at what we shot on a day and it was like, “Oh, gosh, I’m terrible.”

On her life goals: “I want to have a brunch place, a bakery, and a Southern restaurant - because my family’s from Georgia - and then I want a place that is all-over-the-world cuisine. I take a cooking class everywhere I travel. I find it’s the best way to get to know a culture. It’s what people bring to the family every day, what they break bread over - it’s a very intimate thing.”