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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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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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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OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE:

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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INTERVIEW:

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.

Check out Ashley Greene’s Holiday Must-Haves!

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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Fans of the “Twilight” movies – Twihards – can tell you: Don’t be fooled and think that Alice Cullen is soft. Sure, she’s petite, and she has that short pixieish haircut and a killer fashion sense – but this vampire won’t back down from a fight.

The same can be said of Ashley Greene. In the past four years of “Twilight” movies, she has become a breakout star, a cover girl and a fan favorite in portraying the beloved Alice, the sister of Edward and BFF of Bella.

Just don’t misjudge Greene because you’ve seen her on the cover of Glamour or Cosmopolitan with the face and figure of a model with long, flowing brown hair.

This is a gal who gave one of her first crushes a bloody lip while showing off her taekwondo skills.

I was always a big tomboy. I was always wanting to do what my older brother was doing, and I was always following him around trying to be better than him – which was hard to do – but it made me super-competitive,” said Greene in a phone interview last week.

My mom tried to put me into dance, and I just had to tell her: Look, (my brother is) into martial arts, and that’s what I want to be into.

She said she’s appreciated the opportunity to create nuances for the character of Alice that aren’t found in the book – and that fans who are as passionate as those for “Twilight” have gone along with those subtle changes.

You create your own world,” she said of her vision of Alice, which she has worked to create with the film’s four different directors. “I’ve enjoyed some of the things that I’ve been able to create, and maybe the most recognizable is the baseball scene (from the first film, “Twilight,” with Alice on the mound exhibiting her full windup for the Cullen family batters).

When my leg went up in the air (while pitching), that was not something planned, but it just sort of came along, and people really talked about that, (because they know Alice) as this girl who’s supposed to be so dainty and comes from this ballerina background.

Her favorite scene in “Breaking Dawn-Part 1,” the fourth film in the series opening Friday, should be obvious. The wedding of Bella to Edward is a centerpiece of the film, and the spunky, whimsical Alice is tasked with designing everything – right down to Bella’s wardrobe for the honeymoon.

Alice did good,” Greene said with a chuckle. “It was just so special and so beautiful. And the dancing, that was so good. Jackson (Rathbone, who plays Jasper, Alice’s soulmate) is just so skilled as a dancer that it made it that much more fun.

Greene is prepared to move on to non-Alice roles, but she assures that she hasn’t seen the last of her “Twilight” family. “Throughout this process, I’ve grown up quite a bit, and I’ve grown up with these people, and that’s a good thing,” she said.

We’re the type of people that when we started this, we would hang out between films, and that’s one of the things that hasn’t changed. It’s been a really fulfilling process to be part of something this large and the (this? ) life-changing, and to do (it? ) in the way that we’ve all been able to get along. It’s really been a blessing.

Ashley Greene will be best known for her portrayals of Alice Cullen in the “Twilight” films for some time. But her first movie in which she has the leading role comes next year in a movie directed by Tulsa native filmmaker Todd Lincoln.

“Apparition,” the first feature film directed by the co-founder of the long-running Tulsa Overground Film Festival, is a supernatural thriller in which Greene stars with Sebastian Stan (“Gossip Girl”) and Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” movies).

We just got a release date for ‘Apparition’ for Aug. 24 (2012). I really loved working with Todd, and I was very grateful for him being involved in my first movie in which I’m the top name above the credits,” Greene said.

Working with him was fun, because he was so passionate, and he was so committed to it not as much being a horror film as much as it being a great thriller. He would talk to us about films like ‘Poltergeist’ and ‘Rosemary’s Baby,’ about films that aren’t so much gory but that are disturbing.”

As for it being my first studio leading role, I’m equally excited and terrified. But I’ve seen the finished product, and now I’m excited for everyone else to see it too.

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Ashley Greene’s Popsugar Interview

Mon, 11.14.11 | 12:18:28 pm

Popsugar caught up with Ashley and co at the San Francisco fan event where she talked her upcoming movies including ‘L.O.L’ and ‘Butter’, plus working with Kellan Lutz and Tom Felton in ‘A Warrior’s Heart’ and ‘The Apparition’, respectively:

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.”

Read more (non-Ashley related) at Popsugar.com

Ashley sat down with CNN on November 8th to talk Alice Cullen and answer your iReport questions! Click on the above pic to watch the interview on cnn.com

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Wed, 11.02.11 | 8:34:08 pm

  • The Apparition gets a release date! [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Sneak peek still of Alice, Bella and Rosalie from a new exclusive ‘Breaking Dawn’ scene debuting tomorrow on the MTV First: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 special [HollywoodCrush]

Ashley Greene: Her Style Timeline [Allure]

Tue, 10.18.11 | 12:01:15 pm

CIRCA 1996: IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

“This brings back really great memories. My family would take us to the Keys every year. We were in one of these little pop-out homes, and I was just so happy. But, man, look at my hair—it was blonde. You wouldn’t even recognize me. Makes me miss Florida.”

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New pic of Ashley Greene on the cover of the upcoming November issue of Allure Magazine! Posted by the official twitter of  The Twilight Saga, the cover reads: “Ashley Greene..Girlish, Giddy, Gossip Bait”.

Thanks to epnebelle, we have pics of Ashley’s interview and pages from the issue! Check them out under the cut.  I’ll add HQ scans as soon as they are available.

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Mon, 10.03.11 | 5:24:36 pm

  • ‘Butter’ has been added to The 47th Chicago Film Festival  2011 lineup (Oct. 6-20) [HollywoodChicago.com] The film will also play The 19th annual Hamptons Film Festival (Oct. 13-17) [Variety] The 20th Philadelphia Film Festival (Oct. 20-3 Nov.) [Filmthreat.com] and The 26th Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (Oct. 21-11 Nov.) [Examiner] Check the first clip from the film here.
  • More festival-screenings for ‘Butter’: The 18th Austin Film Festival announced today that Butter will serves as Opening Night Film on Oct. 20. [indiewire]. The film also made the lineup of Napa Valley Film Festival and will be screened at 8:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at Oxbow Screening Room in the Copia building and 2 p.m. Nov. 12 at Napa Valley Opera House.[napavalleyregister]
  • The Apparition trailer..coming soon! [Twitter]
  • Jackson Rathbone to Entertainment Weekly: “..On this last movie I was teaching Ashley [Greene] a little bit about the ukulele. Kellan [Lutz] is actually taking up the guitar…We always had a good ol’ time [playing music together on the set.“ [EW]
  • Shots of a new Alice and Bella still, and beauty and style pages on Ashley from People Magazine’s Twilight Saga – Breaking Dawn Part I special issue [kstewartnews]
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  • Ashley in mark. © November 2011 magalog [Twilightish]
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New scans of Ashley in French Séries City Magazine, courtesy of KatlenaCullen. The interview is in French, so if you would like to help translate it into English please contact us.

The Apparition gets rated by the MPAA

Thu, 09.22.11 | 10:35:12 am

Todd Lincoln’s supernatural thriller ‘The Apparition‘  starring  Ashley Greene in the lead role along with Sebastian Stan, Tom Felton and Luke Pasqualino has been given a PG-13 rating by the MPAA  for ‘terror/frightening images and some sensuality‘. The film now stands at a yet to be determined 2012 release date.

Ashley’s other upcoming film ‘Butter‘ has also been recently rated by the MPAA, but nabbed an R rating instead for ‘language, sexual content, and brief drug use‘. It’s rumored to get a one-week run next month, October, followed by a wide release in 2012. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part I on the other hand received a PG-13 for ‘disturbing images, violence, sexuality/partial nudity and some thematic elements.’It opens in theaters on November 18, 2011.

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Check out this new interview with actress Suzanne Ford where she talks about ‘The Apparition‘ story and her role in the film:

One of your latest projects, The Apparition, is in post-production. Can you fill us in on the story line and tell us a little bit about your character?

Well, the story is terrifying, and is supposedly based on a real event, which in my opinion makes it even scarier. It’s also filmed (by director Todd Lincoln) very realistically, so people should be prepared to be freaked. In a nutshell (and trying not to give away any plot twists) the young couple Kelly and Ben, played by Ashley and Sebastian, are horrified to find out that they are being haunted, and hunted, by a supernatural force – an ‘apparition’ that was apparently accidentally conjured during a college parapsychology experiment. They turn to a guy who is an expert in the supernatural named Patrick, played by Tom Felton, who they hope can help, but it might be too late. Terror ensues.
My character, the flamboyant Mrs. Henley, appears briefly at a veterinarian’s office in an obscure desert town where Kelly is living in an attempt to evade the apparition. Mrs. Henley is an overtan, over madeup, bejeweled and talkative desert-denizen cat lover, and was a lot of fun to play. (I understand, however, that due to editing necessities my scene was almost entirely cut out of the film, so unfortunately you may not get a chance to see much of Mrs. H., as she was more comic relief than plot-driven.)

The three primary cast members come from other projects that have strong fan bases, (Ashley – Twilight, Tom – Harry Potter, Sebastian – Gossip Girl) were there any issues with fans interrupting shooting or waiting around to see them?

Miraculously enough, there weren’t crowds of fans – at least during my time on the set, which luckily was in an out-of-the-way location on the outskirts of Los Angeles, so the fans and the paparazzi seemed not to have discovered it, although I remember seeing some photos taken of Ashley on that very set, even though at the time I was completely unaware of any photographers lurking around. I must say that everyone on the crew was prepared, vigilant and very efficient at making the shoot run like clockwork, so I’m sure they had a master plan designed to avoid such eventualities.

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Had its release date stayed the same, the Ashley Greene and Sebastian Stan-starrer would open in theaters today (9/9/2011). Unfortunately, it now stands at a TBD 2012 release date. Bummer.

Collider.com had the chance to sit down with Ashley at Comic Con for an Exclusive interview. They talked about being at Comic-Con, Bill Condon, her upcoming movies (Butter, LOL, and The Apparition), what kind of projects she’s looking to do next and more..

Click here for the audio or read the full transcript below!

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