Blake Lively stars in Age of Adaline

In Theatres: Blake Lively in Age of Adaline; Russell Crowe’s The Water Diviner

Also now playing: Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson in the acclaimed Ex Machina, a thriller for the always-connected generation



In theatres this weekend, Blake Lively stuns and stars in Age of Adaline – she plays a 29-year-old who stays 29 until she nears age 80, or 100 or something. She’s trying to keep her secret. But, of course, love intervenes.

Because if love didn’t intervene, this wouldn’t be a movie starring Blake Lively.

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