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New interview with Ashley Greene from Comic-Con 2011 in the December issue of Philippines’ Candy Magazine:

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We finally have the scans of Ashley’s interview in the December 2011 issue of UK’s Company Magazine, check them out below:

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NY Times’s Tina Turnbow caught up with Ashley at a recent photoshoot for Mark. cosmetics, and they talked style, make-up, beauty plus more! :

I recently chatted with Ashley Greene at a photo shoot for Mark Cosmetics. (She’s worked with the brand since 2010.) The fourth installment in the “Twilight” series, “Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” just opened, and her next two movies are wrapped and ready to go. Fans, take note: she appears this Sunday on the TV show “Pan Am.” Greene was warm and easy to talk to, and we were able to touch on many topics in a short amount of time.

T.T.: You are on the go and I’m sure you have some long days. What are the essentials in your bag?

A.G.: Of course I always have my mark staples with me. They’re in my bag now! Make It Go Away Wipes Makeup Removing Wipes, Good Riddance Hook-Up Concealer, Light Bright Lighten and Depuff Eye Gel and Cheat Sheet Shine Blotters.

T.T.: When do you feel most beautiful?

A.G.: After a great workout. You feel cleansed, destressed and healthy. I feel most beautiful when that rush of endorphins hits. That is a glow that makeup cannot match!

T.T.: When do you feel most sexy?

A.G.: When I have a smoky eye, a tan and am wearing a great pair of high heels.

T.T.: Do you usually stick to one fragrance?

A.G.: I change it up, depending on my mood. I usually choose between mark Celebrate, White Vetiver or Sassy fragrances.

T.T.: Is there a beauty item you’ll splurge on?

A.G.: I will splurge on good skin care. Taking care of my skin is a priority. I’ll spend a lot on a really good brightening mask, which is crucial before a shoot or the red carpet.

T.T.: When you work hard and you’re superbusy, what keeps you grounded?

A.G.: My team. The people you surround yourself with on a daily basis. It’s your support system, and I have a good one.

T.T.: What does your perfect day off consist of?

A.G.: Coming from Florida, I’d have to say kicking back on the beach and listening to the ocean, with some good food and music.

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NBC5’s Jeff Conway sat down with Ashley, Nikki Reed, Peter Facinelli, Jackson Rathbone and Charlie Bewely to talk ‘Breaking Dawn’ during their stop in Chicago earlier this month. Check out the interview below or watch it at the source:1,2

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I’ve been holding back on posting this just so as not to spoil Ashley’s US Esquire that I expected to come out this December, but apparently it’s not going to. So for those of you who can’t do more waiting, we now have the full scans and a translation of Ashley’s interview in Esquire México, courtesy of Twilight Poison. Check out the gorgeous HQ scans +  few sound bites from the interview below, and make sure to head over to the source for the full thing!

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New interview with Ashley and co-star Jackson Rathbone from the ‘Breaking Dawn’ L.A. press junket. For the ‘Werewolves’ part of the interview head over to the source!

The Twilight Saga is ending. What will you miss about it?

Ashley: We have become like an extended family and I will miss the company and the comfort zone.

Jackson: The family reunions. Good thing we have another year before Part 2 comes out. Still loving it.

What have you learned from the Twilight Saga?

Ashley: A great deal! The Twilight Saga helped me become a better person and a better artist. I hope to pursue the same passion in my future projects as the passion I gave to the Twilight Saga.(According to the production notes, Ashleywill star in Butter, an ensemble comedy that also stars Jennifer Garner and Hugh Jackman; L.O.L. with Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore; and The Apparition, a thriller.)

Jackson: As a young actor, I learn a lot from those around me whether they are the same age, younger or older. In the Twilight Saga, I’ve worked with great directors and they have inspired me to follow in their footsteps. I hope to start directing next year. I want to explore the lightness of life.

You know the mechanics and how the scenes are done. Do you get excited when you watch the movie on the big screen just like the audience does?

Ashley: There are so many different elements involved in making a film great. As actors, we do our job and, like the audience, we are just curious how everything will come out on the screen. We look forward to seeing the finished product. That’s how I feel every time I watch the Twilight Saga.

Jackson: We do know what’s going on but we’re also excited just like everybody else to see the result of what we’ve worked on for six or seven months. As Ashley said, there are several elements involved in shooting a movie and I’m eager to see how all these elements are put together.

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Ashley sat down with Jethro Nededog of THR Sunday night (November 20th) to talk about ‘Breaking Dawn’, her upcoming film ‘Olivia Twisted’ and new arc on ABC’s ‘Pan Am’:

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.

Since she was cast in 2008, Ashley Greene has had the job of stepping into one of the most beloved characters from Stephenie Meyer’s The Twilight Saga novels. 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’smassive 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.

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NextMovie caught up with Ashley at the ‘Breaking Dawn’ screening in NYC on November 16th, where she talked the movie and offered advice to ‘The Hunger Games’ cast when asked to:

As Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson and the rest of the cast of “The Hunger Games” are about to embark on a journey of screaming teenagers, publicity bonanzas and paparazzi stalking, they’d probably benefit from a few pointers from someone who’s been there.

Enter Ashley Greene, wise sage of “The Twilight Saga” franchise.

Buckle up — it’s a crazy ride, but you just have to enjoy it and embrace it,” she advised them courtesy of our cameras at the New York City premiere of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1.”

One of the best things you can do is to turn to your team and the family that you have around you and the family that you make,” she continued. “Being a part of something like ‘Twilight’ or ‘The Hunger Games,’ you do form this bond with each other because not a lot of people go through the same thing. Just look to each other, that’s some of the best advice you can get.

Greene confessed that even she has had moments since “Twilight” debuted in 2008 where the fandemonium got the best of her.

There were certainly points where I got a little overwhelmed and I didn’t know what was going on,” she admitted.

J.Law, are you listening?

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Ashley Greene makes guest appearance on the Shopbop.com Holiday Gift Boutique. Kicking off the season’s celebration Ashley Greene exclusively reveals her wish list of must-have gift items from Shopbop for the holidays and gives an intimate insight into her holiday plans and daily style recommendations.

We have created a shoppable virtual window display, reminiscent of brick and mortar stores. The boutique: shopbop.com/Holiday-gift-boutique presents five curated decorative holiday windows each featuring a fantastical spin on a female archetype with an endless variety of items from fashion, lifestyle, decorative, books, and jewelry accessories.

Having just premiered the latest Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1, and slated to release five major studio films in the next 2 years, Ashley Greene is now one of Hollywood’s most sought-after young film actresses. She was also just announced as the face of DKNY and DKNY jeans on October 2011.

An international figure recognized for her confident, modern style Ashley Greene best represents the spirit and global face of the Shopbop woman today, who will be able to relate to her versatile and authentic approach to fashion.

We are excited to have her as our guest and for our customers to have the opportunity to be exposed to their style icon.

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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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A Thousand Words with ‘Twilight’ Stars

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Part one of “Breaking Dawn,” the latest in the “Twilight” movie series, comes out today. On Nov. 9, cast members made a stop in Dallas, where more than 300 screaming fans awaited.

Cast members Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen), Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale), Jackson Rathbone (Jasper Hale) and Charlie Bewley (Demetri Volturi), answered questions about the set, filming and life as a movie star:

Q: Many of your fans are passionate; do you have any crazy stories?

Greene: I actually got my hair pulled the other day, and I spent a lot of time growing that. And marriage proposals, they’re always insane. I got one from a woman who asked if I would marry her husband.

Q: Do you do any rituals before filming or get into character?

Greene: I think for me going and sitting for two hours to get hair and makeup, the contacts, the wig; if that doesn’t get you into character, I don’t know what does.

Q: If you weren’t acting, what would you be doing?

Greene: Oh gosh, I’d probably be homeless. No, psychology always interested me finding out how the human mind works, so yeah.

Q: How are you most like your character?

Greene: I think I’m honestly related to how much she loves her family and I’m very close to my family.

Q: Which of the “Twilight” movies is your favorite?

Greene: I’m going to go with “Twilight” because it’s where I first met all these guys and it’s the book I fell in love with, all the characters in the franchise, especially Alice. Oh, and especially Jasper; I’m in love with Jasper.

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Film-news.co.uk posted few excerpts from a new interview with Ashley in Company magazine! Check them out below, and if you can get a hold of the full interview and would like to share it contact us here!

Ashley Greene says the Twilight movies were a “crash course” in acting.

The star is Alice Cullen in the vampire series, the penultimate film of which is out this month. Shooting on the final instalment, Breaking Dawn – Part 2, has already wrapped and Ashley has nothing but fond memories of filming.

To work with incredible directors is like a crash course for acting. And we [the cast] have all become a family so it has been nice, personally and as an actor, to learn and grow with these people, and to have someone to relate to who is in the same circumstance,” she explained.

Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Kellan Lutz all appear in the films too. None of them had any idea how popular the series would be, and it’s something they have all struggled with.

The amount of attention and insanity surrounding those films changed all our lives,” Ashley told Company magazine. “But it happened to us together and it’s had a tremendous effect on how close we are now.

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Newsok.com posted more of their interview with Ashley! I bolded the new quotes. Make sure to read the equally good first part by clicking HERE.

“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.

“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.

Read more of my interview with Ashley Greene Thursday here on BAM’s Blog, on NewsOK and in the MOOD section of The Oklahoman.

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Ashley sat down with Newsok.com at the L.A press junket to talk ‘Breaking Dawn’ and future projects:

Ashley Greene picked an odd time to cut back her Java intake.

I’m trying not to drink coffee right now, which it was probably the worst decision as far as timing goes, during a press tour … but I always end up drinking so much, and it’s just not good. And then I don’t feel good,” the “Twilight” star said as she relaxed on a plush couch during a recent one-on-one interview at the Four Seasons Hotel. “But really thinking about it, though, it’s like, what time is a good time?

The fashionista of the “Twilight” franchise didn’t sound like she needed caffeine as she energetically chatted about “Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” the fourth and penultimate film in the paranormally popular series, as well as her future, nonvampire roles, including an upcoming thriller directed by an Oklahoma filmmaker.

In “The Twilight Saga,” Greene, 24, plays perky Alice Cullen, a vampire who can see the future of humans and other immortals. A fashion enthusiast who loves to throw lavish parties, Alice is thrilled when her adopted brother Edward (Robert Pattinson) weds his human fiancee, Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), in “Breaking Dawn — Part 1.”

She’s planning this wedding, and she has full control of everything, and everything’s a fairy tale. … It was fun going to set every day, you know, because you just have to be extremely happy. A little ball of joy,” said Greene, who looked chic in a pair of dark jeans, a flowing, low-cut red blouse and towering beige heels.

The happily-ever-after reaches to an abrupt end when Bella becomes pregnant on the honeymoon. The impending birth not only threatens Bella’s life — an emergency vampire conversion will be her only hope for survival — it also endangers the Cullen clan’s pact with the local werewolves of the Quileute Tribe, including Bella’s best pal, Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner).

In this one you get to see both extremes: Her having this fairy tale and then her world kind of crashing down,” Greene said.

Director Bill Condon and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg divided Stephenie Meyer’s hefty fourth and final novel of the “Twilight” series into two halves, and both movies were shot at the same time.

In “Breaking Dawn — Part 2,” due in theaters next November, circumstances force Alice to leave the Cullen coven on a quest.

I was like, ‘Am I gonna have a job?’” Greene said. “I know what we filmed, but you never know what makes the cut. So, I’m not exactly sure how much Alice is in the second movie, but I will tell you I did have fun filming it. I was there. I am present, definitely.

Full steam ahead:

Much like her character, the actress has become known as the fashionista of the “Twilight” family.

Last year, Greene became the face of Avon’s “mark” line of cosmetics, and last month she was named the new ambassador for fashion designer Donna Karan’s DKNY and DKNY Jeans.

It’s a really very organic fit … because mark is all about empowerment for women. They actually have an empowerment program and (are) very just female-driven and strong, and I feel like Donna Karan kind of embodies that whole thing. They’re very complementary of one another, so that’s kind of exciting for me to be able to move forward with both of them.

Greene also is moving ahead with her post-“Twilight” acting career, starting Dec. 4 with a three-episode arc on ABC’s 1960s-set aviation drama “Pan Am.” She will star in the comedic films “Butter” and “LOL” and recently signed on for “Olivia Twisted,” an ultramodern female version of “Oliver Twist.”

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,” she said.

Among the projects she found inspiring: “The Apparition,” the feature film debut from Tulsa writer-director Todd Lincoln.

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.

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Ashley gave E! the exclusive of the first details on her upcoming ‘Pan Am’ role!:

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.

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.”

Her first episode, titled “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang,” airs Dec. 4.

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