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Getting down to work on her new project, Ashley Greene was spotted on the set of “Pan Am” in New York City today (November 28). The “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” babe looked 1960s chic in a pencil skirt, black top, and neck full of pearls as she strolled to her trailer. Ashley will be appearing on a three-episode arc of the show beginning December 4th.Se fler bilder här!
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Ashley Greene, “the hottest girl in twilight” and “the most huggable person on earth”:
One time Jodie Foster told me she felt bad for the young Twilight cast, because there’s no time to get used to that amount of success so suddenly. They’re normal kids, and the next day their phones are inundated with phone calls, there’s paparazzi everywhere, and their computers are victims of hackers. My question is – what is it like to go from working at a bowling alley, to being part of a worldwide phenomenon adored by millions and millions of people, and being featured in the lists of the sexiest people alive? I caught up with Ashley at the Chateau Marmont to find that out. I didn’t find a random starlet, but a 24 year old woman that even Jodie Foster herself would’ve loved to hug.
What were you like as a child?
I was rough. My parents would be like “don’t go on the trampoline, or you’ll break something” and I would go for it anyway and break a bone. And I would break the same bone again.
My friend’s brother was 14, I was 10. The difference in size is huge at that age. He jumped, landed on his back, and when he bounced back up his knee hit me in the leg so strongly that it actually broke. He broke my femur, which is the longest, hardest bone to break in a human body. I knew it was broken because I had broken my arm twice before. But it didn’t end there. When my femur was healing, my brother was taking me out on a wheelchair. Baggy pants were in style, so his pants dropped, he let go of my chair to pull them up and I flew across the street. The first thing he said was “Don’t tell mom!” but he broke my femur again and I had to wear a full body cast. Luckily we had insurance, poor mom. I’ve broken my skull twice. One time trying to do a back flip in a pool. Instead of jumping backward I jumped forward, hit my head on the floor, knocked myself unconscious and then fell on the pool. Mom had to jump in and save me. The second time my brother was chasing me around the house. I turned around to see if he was behind me and I smashed my head against a wall. I feel like I shouldn’t tell people these things, they don’t make me sound very smart.
Well, you were lucky nothing worse happened.
I still have the four scars from when I broke my femur. I had to get special nails. I thought maybe I should have them fixed, but I’m okay with who I am.
When did you get your big break?
As the year was ending I got the role of stabbing victim in Crossing Jordan. That’s a hard thing to do as your first job ever. In the scene I’m dating a guy, who stabs me. I didn’t tell my mom I died on the show. She was so angry “You have to tell me if they’re killing my daughter on TV!”. I didn’t think about it, but it must be hard to watch that as a parent.
You did a lot of little roles. How did you get the role in Twilight?
My agent got me an audition for one of the big casting companies. They told me I had to focus. They were not worried with me getting the role; they wanted me to make a good impression so I would get call backs for other projects. They would never want to see me again if I sucked. The description of the character read “17 year old girl” and that’s it. What could I do with that? So I asked for the script and my agent said I couldn’t have it. “So you’re telling me not to blow it but I don’t even have something to work on?”. That’s when she told me it was based on a series of books. I didn’t know Twilight, so I bought the books, read them and read the first in a day and a half. I was obsessed. I had to read the second book. All the girls want to be Bella, and find their Edward. Vampires are alluring. They wanted me to audition for Edward’s sister, Alice. It was my favorite character. She was fun, had a crazy past. I auditioned a few times, I couldn’t think of anything else. And they held back their decision. So my agent called me and said “I’m so sorry…. you’re going to have to cut your hair. You got the role”. I screamed so loud I probably scared everybody. I called my mom. My dad almost cried, he knew how much I wanted the role. A week before going on location my friend told me “this is going to change your life”. We didn’t know exactly what that meant, but soon enough I found out. I started to have fansites. I thought “fansites? But the movie is not even out yet!” The book was already very popular. People loved the characters, so they transferred that love to us.
What did you do after Twilight?
I took a different turn and did The Apparition. It’s a thriller. During one scene I actually lost myself. I was so into the scene that I reacted like the character would. Ashley wasn’t there anymore. It had never happened to me before. I had never connected that emotionally to a character. I was crying on the set. I was proud of that, because guarding yourself comes naturally. Nobody wants to suffer. Making yourself feel real pain is a crazy thing to do. At lunch I asked myself if I was ready to go through that again. It’s horrible but awesome at the same time. Part of me thought: I don’t want to do this again. It hurts so much. And I would cry again. You don’t know how happy I was when it was over. But I’m happy I did it.
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With the beginning of the end of the vampire saga in theatres now, the actress reflects on the experience and discusses what’s to come for her career.Se även en intervju från NextMovies där hon ger råd till skådespelarna i The Hunger Games här!
Since she was cast in 2008, Ashley Greene has had the job of stepping into one of the most beloved characters fromStephenie Meyer’s The Twilight Saganovels. As Alice Cullen, she plays Edward’s (Robert Pattinson) closest sibling and possibly Bella’s (Kristen Stewart) fiercest protector next to him and Jacob (Taylor Lautner).
As with any film series based on novels with a rabid fan base, the responsibility must weigh heavily on an actress. For 24-year-old Greene, that seems especially true.
“This was my first real job as an actor and in a million years, I never could have dreamed up what Twilight would become,” Greene tells The Hollywood Reporter.
“I got a crash course in Hollywood, getting to work with four amazing directors, learning the ups and downs of the industry, and growing both personally and professionally,” she continues. “It gave all of us a springboard for our careers and the most amazing and passionate fan base we could imagine. You can’t take one second of an experience and an opportunity like this for granted. I still wake up every day pinching myself.”
On the eve of Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1’s massive opening weekend, Greene opened up to THR about the film’s success, her experience being a part of the phenomenon, and what fans can expect from her next.
The Hollywood Reporter: What’s your reaction to Breaking Dawn Part 1 debuting as the fifth biggest domestic box office opening of all time?
Ashley Greene: It was an overwhelming mix of emotions – intense excitement, awe, gratitude to the fans, and definitely a bit of relief! Even with a film like Twilight, you’re still nervous each time. I never take our incredible fan base for granted. Without their continual support of the films and us, we wouldn’t have had the opportunity to finish out the saga. We truly have the best fans in the world, and this weekend just drives that point home.
THR: Have you been able to speak with your fellow actors about the opening yet?
Greene: I was at a magazine shoot all day [Sunday], so unfortunately not yet! Ironically, this weekend was the first time in a month that I’ve been apart from my cast mates, since the press tour just ended on Friday. I’m sure we’ll all chat later this week and celebrate next time we’re together.
THR: Let’s talk about some of the most talked-about scenes of the latest film. Were you shocked at how graphic Bella’s birth scene was?
Greene: It was a bit hard to watch at points, but overall, I think [director] Bill Condon was extremely sensitive and conscientious of our younger audience. He had the difficult job of staying true to the book without turning off a major sector of our audience. I think he did a good job of balancing that task.
THR: Can you describe the lengths the production went to in order to keep Bella’s wedding dress under wraps?
Greene: We were literally under wraps! All of us, but most importantly Kristen, wore sacks when we were shuttled to and from the set. There were helicopters and paparazzi everywhere — it was a massive covert operation to keep it all a secret!
THR: Did the wedding scenes live up to your expectations?
Greene: Absolutely. As a fan of the series myself, I’ve been waiting four years for this moment, just like everyone else. It was magical watching the words on the pages of the book and script transform into this beautiful, live-action moment. The scene holds a lot of weight and was also special, because it was shot on the last days of filming.
THR: Alice has to do some fighting and she’s very acrobatic. How much of your stunts and fighting scenes do you actually get to do?
Greene: I did almost all of my own stunts, which I loved. We worked with fantastic stunt trainers and I took to it quickly, in part because I did martial arts and dance growing up. The most challenging thing about Alice’s stunts is that she’s supposed to fight with an immense amount of agility and grace, like a dancer. Try moving like that while doing cartwheels in the air, on wires, over a mock wolf!
THR: Do you feel that the films could have included more of Alice’s backstory?
Greene: I would have loved to explore Alice’s backstory. But luckily, our fans know everything there is to know about our characters and their backstories — more than us in some cases! So, I have faith that they understand what shaped the character of Alice, and why she is the way she is, without having seen her backstory come to life on screen.
THR: How do they portray Renesmee’s (Mackenzie Foy) advanced growth and supernatural intelligence in the next film?
Greene: If I told you, I’d have to kill you! The truth is, the fans already know the thru line of Breaking Dawn Part 2 thanks to the book, so we’re trying hard to keep what we can a secret, so they can savor the experience of the last film. What I will say is that they won’t be disappointed!
THR: What are you most looking forward to seeing in the final film?
Greene: I’m excited to see the big battle sequence between the vampires and the Volturi. A lot of that was shot on green screen, so I’ll be watching it for the first time along with the fans.
THR: You have several upcoming projects. What was the best part of filming the horror movie, The Apparition?
Greene: The Apparition was my first studio lead, so it was very cool to be on set every day, in almost every scene, watching first-hand how the film played out from start to finish. I learned a lot about myself as an actor, and about what goes on behind the camera.
THR: How’s your recently announced Pan Am role different from what you’ve done before? What’s Michael Mosley [who plays co-pilot Ted Vanderway] like to work with?
Greene: Pan Am is my first experience shooting an arc on a television series. TV is very different from film, so I’m enjoying that new experience. And I’ve never played a character from the 60s before. It’s a fascinating role to step into, experiencing everything from the wardrobe to the political and social issues of that era. So far, I’ve only shot a couple scenes with Michael, but he’s fantastic to play opposite of, and was very welcoming to the new girl!
THR: What was the main difference between shooting TV over films?
Greene: The biggest difference is probably the time. With TV, you shoot through the episodes at a pretty rapid pace, so there isn’t as much time to talk through your character and the scenes with the director as there is in film. On a movie, you might spend months prepping a character and breaking down each scene. It’s not that one forum is better or worse, it’s just a different experience. It’s taught me the value of exploring both film and TV as I grow professionally.
THR: Would you consider becoming a regular on a TV series?
Greene: For me, it’s always about my connection with the character and the story. If the right role comes along, be it film or TV, I’d go after it wholeheartedly.
THR: What kind of role would you like to do?
Greene: There’s no one specific role I’d love to do because I’m excited by the prospect of diversifying my roles. In Butter, I got to dabble in comedy for the first time, and in Olivia Twisted, the film I just signed onto, I’m jumping headfirst into a darker, grittier, more action-packed role. The most important thing to me when choosing a role is finding a connection to the character and the story. Other than that, I’m open to whatever comes my way!
THR: The American Music Awards were just on. Did you have any favorites among the AMA nominees? What was your favorite moment?
Greene: Sadly, I didn’t get to watch this year. But I’m listening to Adele on repeat these days, so a big congrats to her on all her nominations!
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Her role as Alice Cullen in The Twilight Saga has made Ashley Greene one of Hollywood’s most recognized and sought-after young talents.Breaking Dawn is in theatres now, and Greene has five major studio films slated for release in the next two years. We talked style, Twilight, and holiday traditions with the actress.
SHOPBOP: What’s your daily fashion staple?
ASHLEY GREENE: A great pair of well-fitting skinny jeans works with any outfit. My go-to is DKNY.
SB: How would you describe your style?
AG: Ever-evolving. But generally, I stick to pretty classic and comfortable pieces, and dress them up with statement jewelry.
SB: Who is your style icon?
AG: Audrey Hepburn is my ultimate style icon. I also love Gwenyth Paltrow and Kate Bosworth.
SB: The Twilight saga is coming to a close. What’s next on your acting agenda?
AG: I have a bunch of movies coming out next year, which I’m really excited about: a thriller called The Apparition, a comedy called Butter, and a coming-of-age comedy called LOL. I just signed on for an action film called Olivia Twisted and to be the new face of DKNY, so I have that to look forward to as well.
SB: What is your favorite holiday tradition?
AG: My Aunt Ida makes an amazing chocolate derby pie, which I look forward to every holiday season!
SB: How do you plan to celebrate the holidays this year?
AG: I’m going to Mexico with my family. I’m excited to relax and spend time with them!
SB: This holiday season, what’s the number one item on your wish list?
AG: Time with my family. This past year has been a fantastic whirlwind, so I’m grateful to have the opportunity to spend time with them this holiday season.
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Newsok intervju; "Twilight’ has given me the ability to say no"
“Twilight” Week continues here at BAM’s Blog, and with this weekend’s release of the penultimate film in the saga, “Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” series star Ashley Greene is looking beyond the “Twilight” phase in her career.Ni kan läsa del 1 av intervjun här, samt en intervju med Company Magazine här & NTDaily här.
“I think ‘Twilight’ has given us a really good jumping off point, and one of the things I’m most thankful for — other than the fan base that we’ve developed — is that it gave me the ability to say no and to really sit back and wait for something that was inspiring to me and that was different and that I was passionate about,” she told me in an exclusive, one-on-one interview at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles during the recent press day for the film.
“I think that’s one of most tragic things is when you have to take a (role). You know, it’s hard to say no to a job if you can’t pay your rent, and sometimes that kind of tarnishes someone’s career a little bit, I think. So I’ve been lucky enough to really sit back with my team and say you know, ‘What do we think about this?’ and ‘Does this character interest you?’ and ‘Is the film as a whole great, and who’s directing it?’ and just really look at all the elements. I think the most important thing right now is to kind of create longevity and to be really smart about the choices that I’m making.”
Greene’s post-“Twilight” acting career is starting Dec. 4 with a three-episode arc on ABC’s 1960s-set aviation drama “Pan Am.” She recently signed on for “Olivia Twisted,” an ultramodern female version of “Oliver Twist.”
She also stars in the comedic films “Butter” with Jennifer Garner and Hugh Jackman and “LOL” with Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore.
“I’m very interested in comedy,” she said, adding that “Butter” was the first project “that I was terrified, but it ended being really fun. You know, I took the role and then was like ‘Oh my God, what am I doing? I don’t know what I’m doing.’ You know, it was all very new. I’m still learning every day and taking different parts that I’ve never done.”
Another project she found inspiring: “The Apparition,” the feature film debut from Tulsa writer-director Todd Lincoln. who created the hit deadCenter Film Festival documentary “Biker Fox.” In Lincoln’s thriller, she and Sebastian Stan play a couple terrorized by a supernatural force that feeds on their fears.
“It was really fun working with him, and … you could just tell that this was his baby and he was so passionate about it. And Todd actually fought for me on that movie. I met with him, and he was kind of one of the driving forces that got me that role, so (I’m) very thankful for that,” she said.
She also said that she’s thankful to have one more “Twilight” film coming up: “Breaking Dawn: Part 2? opens in theaters Nov. 16, 2012.
“I think the end of ‘Twilight’ is like the beginning of the rest of my career. I think inevitably there’s gonna be that piece of me that’s missing. I feel like because ‘Twilight’s’ become such a huge part of my world and it’s all I’ve know for the past four years, it’s like leaving high school a bit. You’re very excited about it, but you still know that you’re gonna kind of miss it. It’s a very huge change that’s going to happen. But I’m very optimistic about it and very excited about it, and I at least know that next year we have another one coming out. So even though I’ve kind of had to shelf the Alice Cullen character — which is a little difficult — I’m still gonna have these events and press junkets and cast dinners and premieres and stuff like that. They’re kind of weaning us off it rather than just cold turkey.”
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It’s always nice to have a backup plan when you’re one of the stars of a megafranchise that’s about to end. For example: Breaking Dawn‘s Ashley Greene is headed to prime-time television.Källa
Greene just booked a three-episode arc on ABC’s Pan Am, but the details surrounding her role have been sparse. Until now.
Greene fills us in on the part, plus she reveals why she chose this as her first post-Twilight Saga gig…
“I think Pan Am to me, when I look at it and when I watch it, seems like a mix of movie and TV; it’s not quite a film, it’s not quite TV. And it’s a really interesting thing, kind of along the lines of what HBO does,” Greene says. “I think it’s just very beautifully and well shot. And it’s in the 1960s, and I’ve been wanting to do something like that for a while.“
Well, when you’re part of one of the biggest movie series of all time, you tend to be a little too busy to drop in on a television series.
But the Pan Am producers saw their chances when Greene found a space in her schedule after Breaking Dawn: Part 1 premiered.
“They approached me probably a week ago and asked if I wanted to be a part of it, and I read this three-episode arc,” Greene told us. “It’s very interesting; it’s different than anything I’ve ever done. So I’m excited.“
Greene will play Amanda, a childhood friend of Ted (Michael Mosley). “Their fathers are very good friends and [she] may or may not be romantically interested in him,” she tells us. “But she definitely has a twist. I feel like all of the characters have a twist, and so it was a very interesting character that I haven’t done yet.”
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TORONTO — Dozens of dedicated “Twilight” fans braved frigid temperatures to greet their idols at a Canadian premiere that featured co-stars Ashley Greene and Jackson Rathbone.
The 27-year-old Rathbone says Toronto is “the coldest” place they’ve brought “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1″ so far.
But he and Greene say they’re impressed with the enthusiasm of Canuck fans, who began showing up as early as noon to catch the evening red carpet and seek autographs.
Earlier premieres in London and Los Angeles featured hundreds of screaming fans who greeted superstars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner.
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1″ centres on the long-awaited nuptials of teenage heroine Bella Swan, played by Stewart, and her vampire boyfriend, played by Pattinson.
It opens Friday.
Greene, who plays the vampire Alice Cullen, said she was worried no one would linger outside the theatre because of the cold in Toronto, where temperatures hovered at 0 C.
Inside, the theatre was largely filled with contest winners and invited guests who were treated to an early screening of the movie.
The 24-year-old Greene said one of her favourite moments is the long-awaited wedding scene, which was shot outdoors in Squamish, B.C.
“We’ve been wanting to see this since we met Bella and saw how much Bella and Edward care about each other,” said Greene, adding there was another reason the scene was significant.
“But also we shot the wedding on the last day of filming and so we wrapped out the franchise with a scene from the wedding. Seeing it onscreen was very special.”
As for Ashley’s explanation behind the franchise’s popularity? There’s just something appealing about vampires, she says.
“I feel like they’re kind of that bad boy that you shouldn’t be with but you’re very intrigued with them. I think Stephenie Meyer really did a great job at kind of reinventing the vampire and it’s something you haven’t necessarily seen. They’re very humanistic,” says Ashley.
The 24-year-old says fans will love the big vampire wedding between Edward and Bella.
“I just watched the film – and I was even in the film – and I got emotional. I was like – are you kidding me? But I guess that’s a good thing. You want people to be affected,” she says. [..]
According to Ashley Greene, the newcomers appearing in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 were dead meat from the moment they were cast in the hit vampire franchise.
“I hazed them. I hazed them for sure,” the 24-year-old joked at The Cinema Society and DKNY’s special screening in NYC Wednesday.
All kidding aside, Greene says the cast was “so excited” to have new actors to interact with onscreen.
“Even though we all love each other and we are like a family, it’s so cool to have these different personalities and energy come in,” Greene told Us Weekly. “It was so huge! I think the whole cast is like 70 people this time. It’s cool to have different artistic personalities come in.”
Breaking Dawn Part 1 premiär i Toronto, Kanada
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Ashley, Jackson & Nikki på The Today Show
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Ashley pratar om Pan Am, Breaking Dawn & DKNY
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Popsugar hade även chansen at lite kort intervjua Ashley där hon bl.a pratar om LOL, Kellan Lutz och Tom Felton.
Ashley on her fans seeing her in other roles: “I think LOL is really great, it’s a completely different character than Alice. She’s kind of a bad girl a little bit but it’s a high school film so it’s still relatable. It was a fun one to do, I think they’ll like it a lot. Butter is a little bit older, it’s a comedy but it’s a little dark. It’s about butter carving in Iowa which is actually a big thing I didn’t even know existed and the cast is just incredible.”
Ashley on working with Kellan Lutz in The Warrior’s Heart: “That was really fun. Kellan is one of my best friends so I’m always game to be able to be on set with him. It’s a really nice thing — I mean I love my job and I love what I do but to be able to be on set with one of your best friends is kind of the cherry on top.”
Ashley on working with Harry Potter’s Tom Felton in The Apparition: “There aren’t a lot of people who have been a part of something like this and who are going through the same things and so he was another person that I could really relate to and talk to about the whole thing. It’s always so nice to see people go through things and be a part of this massive phenomenon and still remain just so sweet and so down to earth. He’s such a phenomenal actor and person, it was a pleasure working with him.” Läs mer här.
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Movieline intervju med Ashley om Breaking Dawn
Ashley Greene has been playing Alice, an unwaveringly supportive sisterly friend to Kristen Stewart’s Bella, since the beginning of the Twilight series. In Breaking Dawn — Part 1 the psychic Alice serves as wedding planner and all-around helpful vampire girl, but also faces a sudden inability to help Bella by seeing her future, or that of the child she’s carrying. Greene talked about Bella’s well-being, the nature of relationships and the film’s intense birth scene.Källa
In Breaking Dawn — Part 1, Alice loses some of her power to help Bella. What was it like to switch gears in the role?
It’s just a much darker place than I’ve ever had to go with Alice because she’s losing her powers. I think it’s kind of the least of her problems, I mean, it is frustrating, but she’s more concerned, not that she can’t see the future, just that she can’t see her friend’s future, or her sister’s future. I think she’s having this inner battle and this turmoil because she wants to be there for her sister, now that Bella’s her sister, and wants to support her. She also knows that Bella obviously doesn’t know what’s good for her and she is seeing her sister deteriorate before her eyes, and it definitely was not what I was used to while playing Alice.
The relationship between Bella and Alice is catfight-free. Do you think their relationship sends a good message to girls?
Of course there is a lot of cattiness and a lot of competition. I feel like girls are so hard on each other. Even in Twilight it was one that I personally really liked, that Alice was so welcoming and really embraced Bella and welcomed her into the family while there were other people still judging and saying, “Who is this girl?” and that was always something I tried to do in high school. I remember people not being so pleasant to me when I was the new girl, and as a result of that I always tried to, you know, give people the benefit and welcome them in. Teenage years are hard enough already, because we don’t really know who we are.
Especially if you’re a human surrounded by vampires.
That doesn’t help either. Yeah, she’s got it much worse than us.
Bella’s childbirth scene was sort of grisly. Do you think younger girls who are into the series will be turned off by the gory parts?
I think they all kind of know it’s coming. The book was probably more graphic than what you see onscreen. We tried to kind of tone it down a bit, but of course the biggest goal was to keep everything as close as we could to the story while keeping it a PG-13 rating. But I’m sure there are some girls who are not going to like seeing some of the stuff.
One of the threads in Breaking Dawn is the accidental abuse of Bella by Edward after they get married. You’re involved in a campaign against dating abuse, so what do you think of that aspect of the film?
I think that it’s a bit different because she’s the one choosing to allow what’s happening to continue happening. I think Edward is the one who’s saying, “We need to make this stop to protect you,” and he really cares about her well-being more than she does, and that’s how it should be. I think it sends a very good message, and if it were the opposite I would completely not condone it because I think it is very important that girls know that they’re important and that they deserve to be treated with respect. Luckily, Edward is in no way, shape or form abusing her. I think he would kill himself before he would let anything happen to her, and she’s the stubborn one going, “I want to keep this child.” And he can’t quite understand because I think until you are in that place you don’t know how it feels to have a child inside you. It was I think a really difficult place for both Edward and Bella to be in.
Does Alice eventually become more involved in protecting Bella and Renesmee?
She is. Obviously, Rosalie is the most concerned about protecting Renesmee and Jacob, but Alice is always more concerned about Bella than Renesmee. There are already so many other people on top of this child that she pays more attention to Bella the whole time.
What was the transition like when Stephenie Meyer came on as a producer? Did you notice a change?
No, she’s always been — I said she’s like Google. It’s nice to have her there all the time because she would kind of come in and go out in the past films, and it was nice to have her there as a constant presence because she’s the source on everything, and any questions you had, she’s there. The goal the whole time is to make sure that we stay true to these characters and to the book, and she’s obviously a huge driving force in that as well, so it was comforting to have her around.
Nya stills från A Warrior's Heart & Breaking Dawn
Livestreams & tider för galapremiären av Breaking Dawn i L.A
Tre nya intervjuer med Ashley och Jackson!
Ashley's CNN iReport intervju
Videos från Breaking Dawn eventet i San Francisco
Mer info om Ashleys roll i Pan Am
Pan Am Episode: “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”:
Season 1, Episode 9
Episode Synopsis: In London, Ted connects with an old flame (Ashley Greene), and Kate gets in over her head on her last courier mission. Back at home, Dean takes Colette to meet his parents and the two start to realize their feelings for one another.
Original Air Date: Dec 4, 2011
Guest Cast Jim Coope: Bill Lowrey Ann Dowd: Marjorie Lowrey Ashley Greene: Amanda Mason John Bedford Lloyd: Capt. Dennis Damian Young: Mr. Bolger David Harbour: Anderson Chris Beetem: Chris Rawlings
“Pan Am is about to introduce a woman from Ted’s past — and I mean his distant past. He and the newbie, Amanda Mason, were childhood playmates. Now, since she’s a senator’s daughter, he sees her as hoity-toity. The thing is, she’s not. So maybe a little somethin’-somethin‘ will develop between them over what is being talked about as a two- to three-episode arc.”
På omslaget av Esquire Magazine - Mexico 2011
“Loved shooting AshleyMGreene for the cover of Esquire. Gorgeous and very sweet! Can’t wait to photograph her again!”.
Ashley är även på omslaget av decembernumret av Esquire US, ni kan se bilderna här och här.
Ashley pratar om Olivia Twisted & Breaking Dawn
In the Twilight Saga films, actress Ashley Greene plays fan favorite character Alice Cullen, the typically upbeat supporter of Edward Cullen’s (Robert Pattinson) true love Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart). In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Pt. 1, Alice starts out as the ray of sunshine she’s become known for, planning Edward and Bella’s lavish wedding, only to become increasingly worried and frustrated, as Bella’s surprise pregnancy keeps her from being able to see the future.
During this exclusive interview with Collider, Ashley Greene talked about how the relationships that she formed will be what she remembers most strongly about the entire Twilight experience, how’s she learned to better cope with all of the attention that she receives as a result of the huge success of the films, the special gifts that she’s been given by the fans, what she thought of Alice’s dress and her dance at the wedding, and what it was like to explore another side of her character. She also talked about wanting to always do work that she’s passionate about, and how she’ll shoot Olivia Twisted, a dark and gritty action film that is a female-driven modern version of Oliver Twist, next year. Check out what she had to say after the jump:
Question: Now that all of the Twilight films are finished shooting, what do you think you’ll remember most fondly about having had this whole experience?
ASHLEY GREENE: I think just the relationships that were formed. And, there’s this feeling that you get when you walk out onto a carpet, especially at fan events, and just seeing the way that you effect these people and how passionate they are about something that I’m so passionate about. That’s something irreplaceable. I just did some press in Europe and I did an event there where I was just like, “This feeling is so incredible. You can’t replace it.” I feel like it’s a once in a lifetime thing to be a part of something like this. That’s something that’s very special. And, the bonds that were formed is something that I wouldn’t give up. Twilight is ending, but at least I know those bonds are still going to be there.
Have you figured out a way to be comfortable with the attention that you get now?
GREENE: I think I’ve learned how to cope with it better, and I think that I’ve grown up a little. I was 20 when we started and now I’m 24, and there is a lot of growing up to do between those ages, so I think that’s part of it. Part of it is just learning about myself and how to handle certain occasions. But, it’s not really something that you ever really get used to, to my knowledge. Maybe my family is a big part of that too, because they keep me very grounded. My friends and my family are my rock, and they’re the ones who have been there from the beginning. Nothing has changed between myself and my family, and myself and my friends. That keeps you grounded and nailed down to reality, and it forces you to not be able to get used to something like that. I don’t think that that’s necessarily healthy.
With as dedicated as the fans of this whole phenomenon are, you must have received many gifts and things from them. Is there anything that’s been particularly special to you?
GREENE: I remember getting this scrapbook that this girl made, that I actually gave to my mom to hold onto because she has a Twilight shrine in their house in Florida. It was just this scrapbook of me, starting with Twilight, and the whole progression of me and my career throughout that, and other stuff that I had done in between. That was really special and it took a lot of time. It’s something that I’m definitely holding onto because it’s a little snapshot of my life and what I was doing. I think that was really special. The letters are always sweet. I do read them. It’s always really incredible to me, how gracious they are. I feel like I’m very thankful for them, and for them to give us these heartfelt letters is very special.
The wedding is really a dream-come-true for Alice, getting to plan every detail. What did you think when you saw how everything would look and the dress that you’d get to wear?
GREENE: I was excited for that. The dress was custom made, so I got to work with our costume designers, in creating it. They were great because they let me partner and collaborate with them, and create something that was still in the realm of the wedding and the other bridesmaids’ dresses, but also very true to Alice. It had a really fun Flapper feel. That was really fun for me, and it was fun to finally see it, all said and done. The actual aesthetic of the wedding was a surprise to me and a lot of people because, out of nowhere, they just created it one day and we were ushered to set. I think it was beautiful. I think they did a really great job. It has this very intimate feel about it, but it’s also just very elegant and a little magical. I thought it was really well done.
How much fun was it to do the dance that you and Jackson Rathbone get to do at the wedding?
GREENE: It was really fun! The rehearsals were more fun because I got to wear sweatpants, rather than jumping around in the dress and heels. It was also drizzling and it was kind of slippery, so I had to put a lot of trust in my dance partner. But, Jackson is really fantastic. He’s actually really skilled in that area, so he made it very easy to learn. If you have a good partner who knows what they’re doing, he’s the lead I’m following, so it was really nice.
What was it like to get to work with Bill Condon, this time around?
GREENE: He was great. He reminded me a little bit of Alice. He had that essence. You could tell he was very passionate and very dedicated to what he was doing, and believed in the film and our characters. He came in with a lot of respect for what we had previously created, but had a lot of ideas to create new layers to our characters and to the film, as a whole. I have a lot of respect for him. I think he did a really beautiful job.
Normally, Alice is normally a ray of sunshine, but this time, she’s much more frustrated because she can’t see what’s happening. Was it fun to get to explore another side of her?
GREENE: Well, it wasn’t so fun to film, but it was exciting to prep it and talk to Bill about it. As an actor, you always want your character to grow. I didn’t ever want her to be stagnant or get boring and just be the same thing. These vampire have been around for 100 years, so they’ve seen a lot and they’ve done a lot. It’s very exciting to be able to keep adding to these characters. You’ve seen her be vampiric, you’ve seen her fight, you’ve seen her be a little sassy and funny, and you’ve seen her be girly and super-excited, but you haven’t really seen that inner turmoil and her being torn. She was always on Bella’s side, but now she’s torn and she doesn’t quite know what to do. She can’t see the future and she has this static in her head, so she’s very frustrated and confused. She’s trying to support her friend, but she’s also seeing her friend deteriorate before her eyes. That’s a hard situation for her to be in.
Now that you have the opportunity to be a little more selective in the work that you do, what is it that you look for in a project? What attracts you to a film or a role?
GREENE: There’s no book to go by. I just read it and, if it appeals to me, we dig a little bit deeper into it. I always just want to do stuff that I’m passionate about. I don’t have anything saying, “I’m going to do this many new films, and this many comedies.” But, it’s always exciting for me, whenever it is a new character and something I haven’t done before, and that’s part of what draws me to it. If I’m a little bit scared of it, then it means that I care about it and I’m probably going to be 100% invested in it because it’s something I’ve never done before and I don’t really know if I can do it. You just have to really dive into it. So far, I’ve been really lucky and found some good material. I have some good stuff that’s coming out next year.
Do you know what you’re going to shoot next?
GREENE: I’m doing something called Olivia Twisted, that will start next year. There may be something in between, but right now, that’s the one that I’m slated to do next year. That’s a very ultra-modern version of Oliver Twist, and it’s female-driven. It’s an action film, and it’s kind of dark and gritty. That’s something I haven’t done yet, so it will be fun. Hopefully, it’s good.
Intervjuer med Moviefone - Breaking Dawn Press Junket
Hur mycket kan skådespelarna om Twilight?
Breaking Dawn Cast and Concert Tour - Salt Lake City
Än så länge har det inte kommit ut så många bilder från eventet.
Yahoo! Movies intervju för Breaking Dawn Press Junket
Ny outtake från Carlos Armando
Outtake från Flare Magazie i HQ
Ashley att gästspela i serien Pan Am!
Det är riktigt spännande nyheter & jag är glad för Ashley!
Welcome to the ’60s, Alice Cullen!Källa
EW has learned exclusively that Ashley Greene (Alice from the Twilight franchise) has booked a three-episode arc on ABC’s period drama.
She’ll play a debutante with a past connection to Ted (Michael Mosley). She’ll appear in the episode titled “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” that’ll air Dec. 5.
Breaking Dawn, the next installment in the Twilight franchise, opens Nov. 18.
Unlike some of ABC’s other freshman shows, Pan Am (8.25 million, 2.7 rating/7 in adults 18-49) has yet to receive a full season pickup. ABC has ordered more scripts for the show, but has been holding off on a pickup. But there’s a new showrunner at the helm and the show is doing well overseas.
Intervju med Ashley [Vanityfair]
WHERE I GO...
For Twilight vixen Ashley Greene, star of the upcoming films Breaking Dawn: Part 1 and Butter, the Caribbean islands are sunshine-y mecca—and just a short flight away.
To get away from it all, I go to … Turks and Caicos. It has become one of my favorite vacation destinations. It’s relaxing and fun, with beautiful beaches and fantastic restaurants.
My favorite way to travel there is … JetBlue.
My favorite place to stay is … Gansevoort Turks and Caicos. I stayed there the first time I traveled to the Turks for a photo shoot. The hotel is so beautiful and luxurious that it has become my go-to destination.
My ideal travel companions are … Nothing beats a great vacation with the people I love most. Last trip, I brought along my mom, dad, and best friend.
When I’m in the mood for room service, my favorite order is … Caesar salad with grilled chicken. And a margarita on the rocks.
To stay in shape, my on-the-go fitness regime is … When I’m on vacation, I want to do nothing but relax! I find that activities like Jet Skiing, paddle boarding, and snorkeling are enough.
My suitcase must absolutely contain … Mark’s Gloss Gorgeous lip stains, [which] come in travel-friendly sizes so you can pop them in your purse for an on-the-go beauty pick-me-up. I’m also extremely diligent about protecting my skin, so sunblock is a beach-vacation must. Oh, and an oversize hat is a two-in-one—it’s glamorous and protects your face from the sun.
When it comes to luggage … I travel a lot for work, [so] I pretty much have packing down to a science. It’s a hidden talent of mine.
My favorite travel pastimes are … I travel with an iPad so I can read scripts, books, play Angry Birds on the plane …
Upon departing, I am most happy to … just unplug for a few days. My life has been nonstop over the past couple years, which I’m incredibly grateful for, but at the same time it’s nice to forget about work and spend some quality time with my loved ones in a beautiful paradise.
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CelebTV intervjuar Ashley och BD-castet i Chicago
Breaking Dawn Cast and Concert Tour - San Francisco
Ashley gästar The Today Show nästa vecka!
Fler bilder från Breaking Dawn eventet i Dallas
Ny intervju med Allociné från Paris, Frankrike
Ny intervju med Ashley om mode och hennes stil
Ashley Greene was my last interview of the day during the Breaking Dawn press junket, and I entered her hotel suite at the Four Seasons at 5 p.m. expecting to find her as tired as I was — if not more. She had just come off the European press tour for the film and was now knee-deep in promotion stateside, a whirlwind of interviews and appearances. But the actress, who was recently named the new face of DKNY, was chipper and chatty, dressed in a silky red tank, jeans and sky-high patent-leather beige heels. When I told her I wanted to geek out about fashion with her for the entire interview but was gonna try not to, she joked, “But for a portion, at least!” Sounded good to me!Källa
TheFABlife: What’s helped you grow your style and fashion sense over the years?
Ashley Greene: I think it’s a lot of experiences. With Twilight, there’s been a lot of red carpets, fan events, press and talk shows. I work with a stylist named Christina Ehrlich and she’s been so incredible. She’s very collaborative and never tries to force anything on me.
TFL: Have you learned from past fashion missteps?
AG: I think one of the first mistakes you can make is wearing something because someone told you to wear it. And I’ve done it! We’ve all done it. [Ed. note: Yep, we have!]
TFL: What’s been your personal journey over these past four years while shooting Twilight?
AG: Figuring out who you are as a person is extremely helpful, which I’m of course still doing and am just starting. But when I was 20 I had absolutely no idea, and four years later I’m figuring all that out. Everyone’s always asking your opinion on things and you really have to sit there and think about it. You don’t just want to give some textbook answer. I know that I have this fanbase who’s actually listening to what I say, and so it forces you to sit back and really ponder things and think about them. And I think that’s a really good thing. I started paying a lot more attention to things going on around me. I think that forces you to grow as a person as well.
TFL: It seems like your strong personal sense of fashion was more evident in the character of Alice in this film.
AG: It was fun to dive into that world and try to create a little bit of an essence of who she was and incorporate modern day fashion to make her fit into the world. That was fun to do.
Bliss Magazine 2011 - ny intervju
Se dem större här!
Breaking Dawn Cast and Concert Tour - Dallas
Se bler bilder här.
Ny design på ashleygreene.se!!
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Ashley och Jackson intervjuas av Talking Pictures
Access Atlanta intervjuar BD-castet backstage
“Twilight: Breaking Dawn” cast members Jackson Rathbone, Ashley Greene, Charlie Bewley and Nikki Reed visited Atlanta Monday night for a fan event that packed the Buckhead Theatre to the rafters.
B 98.5 FM Morning Show team Vikki Locke, Kelly Stevens and Jessica Forkel moderated a question and answer session, and soundtrack artist Christina Perri performed. The place was teeming with screaming tweens (and let’s be honest, many of their equally excited moms!)
Luckily we got a few quiet moments back stage with the actors before the event began.
Here’s what we talked about.
AJC: Are you sort of sad that this is the next-to-last “Twilight” movie?
Greene: Maybe we’re in denial. We’re still going to see each other. It’s not over yet!
Reed: We stepped into this knowing how many books there were. We knew what we were getting into.
Greene: It’s nice to finish out the franchise.
AJC: Talk about the dynamics on the set as the series became so incredibly popular.
Rathbone: It’s been an incredible learning experience. I’ve been able to learn from an amazing cast. I’ve heard stories where the love of the books has brought a mother and daughter closer.
Reed: It did change. The first movie was so much more innocent. When you’re making a movie you’re just hoping one person will watch it. There is a hierarchy on set. It would be weird to say we all have the same size trailers. We all still look at each other as equals though. As wonderful as Rob, Kristen and Taylor are – and this is their movie – everyone on this entire franchise has to work hard. What’s important is to focus on doing good work.
Bewley: This has really changed Kristen’s career. Rob is so upright and well-spoken. He knows when he walks in a room he commands attention, and everybody wants something from him.
Greene: We are like family. It’s not something most people have experienced. For me, it was one of my first gigs. We all kind of grew up a little bit. We’re all extremely thankful to have been involved in this. We’re all going to miss each other.
Rathbone: It’s important to realize we are artists. What we do is more recognized because of what we do. People are artists in their own right. We’re no different than anyone else.
AJC: What’s it like when you meet fans?
Reed: When you play the mean character in a series, that does affect how people think of you. The first thing people say to me when they meet me is, ‘So, you’re not mean?’
Greene: Our characters are such a departure of who we are. I don’t like watching movies I’m in!
AJC: You all do so many interviews. What’s your least favorite question?
Bewley: Team Edward/Team Jacob questions. It’s so annoying.
Reed: But that’s what fans want to know!
AJC: So, Team Edward or Team Jacob?
Greene: Because I play his sister, I’m team Edward.
Reed: I’m not. I’m very much Team Jacob. When I read the books, I was so invested in their romance. I think (Bella) should be with Jacob.
Fler bilder från Breaking Dawn eventet i Chicago
Breaking Dawn Cast and Concert Tour - Chicago
Ashleys intervju med Fox Atlanta - 8 november
Breaking Dawn Cast and Concert Tour - Atlanta
Se fler bilder här och videos här.
Ny outtake från Flare Magazine
Bättre kvalité på bilderna från Extra TV’s Photo Booth
Två nya intervjuer med Ashley och Jackson
Tävling: Vinn en signerad Breaking Dawn poster!
Observera att det inte är någon av bilderna ovan som man vinner.
Nominera din kompis, dotter, flickvän, bror, granne, faster eller dig själv. Fina "Breaking Dawn"-priser i potten!
Har du väggarna täckta av bilder på Bella och Jacob? Tältar du utanför biografen varje gång en ny Twilight-film har premiär? Blev du lite svimfärdig när du hörde att Robert Pattinson var på väg till Sverige? Eller känner du någon som stämmer in på beskrivningen?
Tillsammans med Nordisk Film söker vi nu Sveriges största Twilight-fan!
Så tävlar du:
Maila in din nominering till firstname.lastname@example.org. Skriv en motivering (på max 50 ord) varför du, eller någon du känner, är landets galnaste twi-hard. Bifoga gärna bilder eller videoklipp som styrker din motivering, för att öka dina vinstchanser!
Vi måste ha in ditt bidrag senast söndagen 20:e november.
Förstaprisvinnaren får en "Breaking Dawn"-affisch signerad av Ashley Greene, två biobiljetter till filmen samt "Twilight", "New Moon" och "Eclipse" på DVD. (Ett äkta fan har dem givetvis sedan länge, men varför inte ge bort i julklapp till någon som ännu inte förstått hajpen?) 2-5:e pris är två biobiljetter till "Breaking Dawn - Part 1". Läs mer här.
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Ashley & Twilight-castet på Century City Plaza Hotel
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Butter får biopremiär den 16 mars i USA
Förresten, jag har även uppdaterat det här inlägget med fler Breaking Dawn Press Junket intervjuer!
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Bloggen fyller 2 år!!
Idag fyller ashleygreene.se 2 år!! Den sjunde november 2009 startade jag (Viktoria) bloggen eftersom det då inte fanns någon annan svensk fansite om just Ashley. Varför inte starta en egen blogg om henne? tänkte jag då och tog saken i egna händer. Då hade jag redan gillat Ashley i ungefär ett år, efter att Twilight kom ut på bio. Tyckte hon stod ut och ville veta mer om henne, och tja resten historia haha! Får två år sedan hade jag aldrig kunnat föreställa mig att jag faktiskt skulle få se henne i verkligheten, men tack vare alla hängivna Twilightfans här i Sverige så kom hon ju till Stockholm i oktober! Tyvärr träffade jag inte henne men vem vet, kanske en dag..?
I alla fall, sedan starten 2009 så har bloggen växt en del och jag har fått så många fina läsare som jag är supertacksam för! Känner även att jag själv har växt tillsammans med bloggen, vilket man kan se om man kollar längst bak i arkivet, haha.. I början av 2011 så fixade jag även ett domän till bloggen för att man lättare skulle hitta hit; från aashleygreene.blogg.se till ashleygreene.se. Såklart funkar fortfarande den gamla adressen eftersom bloggen ligger kvar på Blogg Esse. Och i juli i år så började Karolina att blogga på ashleygreene.se tillsammans med mig vilket jag är jätteglad över, eftersom det ibland kan bli väldigt jobbigt att hålla igång bloggen själv. Det funkar hur bra som helst med oss båda och jag är tacksam för hennes hjälp! Och såklart tack till alla er fina läsare som stannat kvar här och följer Ashleys karriär tillsammans med oss. Jag hoppas att bloggen kommer finnas kvar för att fira tre år 2012!
Breaking Dawn Part 1 - Officiell 2012 kalander i HQ
Officiella Breaking Dawn Part 1 Twilight Convention i L.A
Ny scen från Breaking Dawn Part 1
Ashley att gästa Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Breaking Dawn Part 1 Press Junket intervjuer
Ashley nämner Sverige! :D
Jackson pratar om när han och Ashley dansar på bröllopet i BD (runt 3:05)
Scans från Flare Magazine 2011
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MTV's First: Breaking Dawn Part 1 - Something old, Something blue
Ännu en intervju från Stockholm Press Junket
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Ashley Greene: Breaking Dawn – Part I Press Junket
Extra TV Photo Booth;
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Tre nya stills från A Warrior's Heart
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Ashley anländer på LAX (3/11)
Igår anlände Ashley i L.A för att medverka i 'the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part I press junket' (den 3 november).
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Ny still från BD på Alice och Jasper
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E! Online pratar med Ashley på Avon Foundation Gala
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Glamour intervjuar Ashley om mode
As if jetting all over the world with Twilight‘s hottest hunks on a regular basis wasn’t enough of a job perk, the lovely Ashley Greene has one more reason to give us a serious case of celebrity envy: A custom-designed wardrobe, courtesy of Donna Karan!
I had a chance to catch up with her last night at the highly inspiring Avon Foundation For Women Global Voices For Change Awards, where Ashley–a brand ambassador for Avon’s mark cosmetics brand–presented our Editor-in-Chief, Cindi Leive, with an award honoring Glamour’s Tell Somebody campaign against relationship violence and domestic abuse.
She was all dolled up for the occasion in a stunning blue satin one-shoulder dress, custom made for her by Donna Karan. And there are a lot more couture pieces by the designer in her future, since she’s starring in DKNY’s new ad campaign. “Donna Karan will actually make dresses for my premieres, which is incredible,” she says. “They’re all custom, one of a kind, which is really every girl’s dream, right? To get to work with them and create a dress that’s made for me is just so cool.” And when the big Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part I premiere comes to Los Angeles, you can expect to see Ashley in such a number. “The dress we’re making for L.A., we’re working on it right now, is just really cool.”
As for her style philosophy in general, she says she likes to keep things simple. “I’ve learned to wear what works for me, not just jump on every trend. I like to keep the silhouettes really clean, and not feel like I’m overwhelmed by an outfit.” With a body like that, can you blame her!? Find out more about Ashley’s involvement with m.powerment by mark and her crusade against dating abuse and partner violence, then tell us what you think of her fashion philosophy! Aren’t you jealous of her Donna Karan couture? And how chic is this shade of blue? Discuss!
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Officiella trailern för A Warrior's Heart!
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Mer behind the scenes från Breaking Dawn
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The Apparation får premiär den 24 augusti 2012
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Full Breaking Dawn on set intervju med Ashley
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Förhandstitt på MTV's First klipp från BD Part 1
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Ashley presenterar Voice for Change Champion - Avon Foundation
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Ashley på Women’s Annual Gala
Fanbild från halloweenkvällen i Salem
Ashley återvände till USA efter sin Breaking Dawn promotional tour med Robert i Europa och sågs i Salem, Massachusetts på Halloween den 31 oktober. Två tjejer fick chansen att träffa henne och delade med sig av den här bilden! ↑
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BTS; Breaking Dawn Part 1 - The Beginning of the End
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Video & bilder från faneventet i Stockholm
Fler bilder från eventet kan ni även se på deras hemsida.
Fick någon av er läsare någon autograf av Ashley eller Robert? :D
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Två nya intervjuer från faneventet i Bryssel
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