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It wasn’t going to be Lorelai, and it just made sense for the relationship that we had set up with them that he would get her.” Once Sherman-Palladino presented the idea to the cast, both Bledel and Ventimiglia were on board.
“She started her career in journalism at a time when the industry was changing quite a bit.So in a way, it’s a great place to start because there may be things to work through, there might be things to celebrate.”Graham added, “I think appropriately, they’re doing their own thing a little bit more, but when they come together, it’s still super-gratifying but they aren’t maybe quite as attached because they don’t need to be.I’m interested in her life but I maybe take a little bit more of a step back.“We always played that Rory and Jess saw each other for what they were. She saw Jess for exactly what he was, and he really got her,” creator Amy Sherman-Palladino tells EW.“So it just seemed like a natural thing [for Jess to pull Rory out of her funk] because you needed somebody to do it.The chemistry between Rory and Dean was undeniable on-screen, so it’s not surprising to hear that these two were canoodling in real life, too.
“Gilmore Girls" casting director Jami Rudofsky told Life & Style, on newsstands now, “Sometimes with casting, the right person just walks in and you just feel it.
Newspapers were going away and she has kind of been chasing stories and crashing on people’s couches in the process. She’s been traveling a lot.”It remains to be seen if Rory is content with not having a home base or a proper place for her undies, but returning to Stars Hollow certainly makes her reflect on where she wants to go, especially after the death of her grandfather, Richard Gilmore (Edward Herrmann).
Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino said, “The central relationship in “Gilmore Girls” of course is between Rory and her mother Lorelai (Lauren Graham), who was only 16 when she gave birth to Rory.
The Gilmore girls are returning to Stars Hollow for "A Year in the Life,” and it was just revealed by Life & Style that one of them had a secret on-screen-and-off fling with her co-star!
It turns out that Alexis Bledel, who played Rory Gilmore in the original series and reprises her role in the new Netflix episodes, was secretly dating co-star Jared Padalecki.
I think we have slight[ly] more separate journeys because she’s older and doesn’t need me in the same way.