Chace Crawford Opens up
Posted by Adam
Wednesday May 16, 2012
CHACE Crawford is opening up!
Speaking to Parade magazine, the actor — who stars in the new ensemble movie What to Expect When You’re Expecting — discussed being an uncle (his sister Candice recently welcomed a son with husband Tony Romo), ending Gossip Girl — the CW show that made him famous – finding love and his new role as a fictional father.
Chace’s dream Gossip Girl Ending: “If I got to write the show, it would be a very different thing. I would make Chuck Gossip Girl and I would turn my character into Patrick Bateman from American Psycho.That would be a wierd twist of events.”
On ending the show: “I tend to throw something for the crew at the end of every season. What will we do? For me, it’s going to probably be more bittersweet and tough to leave New York City. And it’s definitely an end of an era. It was college for everyone really. We’ll do something for sure.”
His baby handling skills: “They are top notch [laughs]. I haven’t changed a diaper yet and that’s the part of being the cool uncle. I didn’t realize that babies can’t hold their heads up right away so that was a lesson of a sister yelling. It’s always the handoff that’s a little awkward. He sleeps all day and just sits there and you watch him. It’s a beautiful thing. He’s a big baby. He’s a strong baby. He came out with a football in his hand. It was a very weird thing. And a Giants hat. I was like, ‘What is that? Get that off!’ My sister was very athletic as well so I’m sure he’ll be fine.”
On settling down: “Being from Texas, there is a little more pressure to get it done but I’m not really on that spectrum. I’m on a different train. I’ve learned I need a couple of decades of maturity. Maybe less than a couple of decades. It’s about finding the right person. I’m not the kind of guy that needs to have a girlfriend or needs to have attention from a girlfriend. If it happens, it happens. I’m always open to that. Not marriage yet, but I’ll figure it out.”
On his future: “Unless Games of Thrones comes knocking at my door, I’m going to try to make a run at film for awhile. Their are pros and cons to both. With TV, you’re locked in. It’s great because you have conistency though while film is like camp.”
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