Ryan has always loved it here and when he got together with Blake, he started to bring her here, too."The stars' reps were not immediately available for comment.However, a source close to LIvely says her inner circle was shocked that she and Reynolds tied the knot so fast, having only "gotten over" her split with Leonardo Di Caprio just a year ago.“Watching the film has always been a sensitive and wonderful experience for me because it brings back so many memories.”Related: Karen Sharpe on ‘Hidden Figures’: ‘I Think It Would Have Been a Stanley Kramer Movie’Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy as Christina and Matt Drayton, the well-meaning but concerned parents of Houghton’s doe-eyed romantic Joey, who falls head over heels for Poitier’s noble doctor, John Prentice.Partners on screen and off for 27 years, proved to be the final film for Hepburn and Tracy: He was in poor health for much of the shoot, and died two weeks after performing his final scene. News of the top secret ceremony was first tipped by local radio station 95.1 FM, which tweeted, "Hold up, there's another story that it's Ryan Reynolds and he married Blake Lively at the Cotton Docks today! News, "A few days ago, I heard Ryan was back in town. News that the guests included close friends only, but also some Hollywood types, including Blake's manager.
PHOTOS: Check out past pictures from the The finale also featured Blair and Chuck getting arrested for Bart's murder right after they got married, a cameo from Mayor Bloomberg saying he thought Gossip Girl was Dorota, cameos from Kristen Bell and Rachel Bilson playing Serena and Blair in Dan's movie, and a flashback to the characters in high school.
We only get a glimpse of the nearly six-month-old baby girl's little feet in the picture, but we're still in love with the photo! #ILove You So Much Its Silly," Blake captioned the photo on Instagram.
But Karen Sharpe — actress and wife of Stanley Kramer, who directed the 1967 Best Picture nominee — tells Yahoo Movies that there were two other love stories that played out on set in addition to the central one depicted between characters played by Sidney Poitier and Katharine Houghton on screen.
“I would say there are three love stories here,” Sharpe remarks of her late husband’s groundbreaking feature, newly re-released in a 50th anniversary Blu-ray edition.