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Posted By Maria    March 5th, 2015    Comments Off on New/Old Sundance & Venice Festival Portraits

I have added to the gallery some new and old portraits in better quality of Ashley from the Sundance 2014 festival and Venice festival. Hope you enjoy them!

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Photoshoots > 2014 > Sundance: Entertainment Weekly
Photoshoots > 2014 > Venice Portrait Session #1

Posted By Maria    November 8th, 2014    Comments Off on ‘Wish I Was Here’ Screencaptures

I have added to the gallery HQ screencaptures from Ashley’s cameo in ‘Wish I Was Here’. Be sure to check it out, it’s such a great movie.

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Movies Productions > Wish I Was Here > Movie Captures

Posted By Maria    August 28th, 2014    Comments Off on ‘Wish I Was Here’ Debuts on DVD/Blu-ray/Digital HD on Oct. 28th

110884_front.jpg (1728×2560)Focus Features and Universal Studios Home Entertainment have announced the Blu-ray release of director Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here. Co-written with his brother Adam, the dramatic comedy stars Braff, Kate Hudson, Joey King, Mandy Patinkin, Josh Gad and Ashley Greene, and arrives via Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD combo pack on October 28th.

Synopsis: Wish I Was Here tells the story of Aidan Bloom, a struggling actor, father and husband who, at 35, is still trying to find his identity. A purpose for his life. Trying to home school his two children when his father can no longer afford to pay for private education and the only available public school is on its last legs, Aidan teaches them about life and gradually discovers parts of himself he hadn’t been able to find.

The Blu-ray release of Wish I Was Here is presented in 1080p with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround. Special features include:

  • Feature Commentary with Co-Writer/Director/Producer Zach Braff and Co-Writer/Producer Adam Braff
  • Feature Commentary with Co-Writer/Director/Producer Zach Braff, Director of Photography Lawrence Sher, and Editor Myron Kerstein
  • Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary with Co-Writer/Director/Producer Zach Braff, Director of Photography Lawrence Sher, and Editor Myron Kerstein
  • Directing While Acting
  • Aston Martin Dealership Outtakes

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Posted By Maria    July 31st, 2014    Comments Off on New ‘Wish I Was Here’ Still with Ashley
Posted By Megan    July 22nd, 2014    Comments Off on Ashley On How Her “Wish I Was Here” Character Changes Josh Gad’s Character

The “Twilight” alum, who has a small but significant role in the Zach Braff film, also talked about how her character is reflective of the title and the importance of the movie’s Kickstarter based fan support.

[WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Wish I Was Here.]

Ashley Greene is only in a few scenes of Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here, but the Twilight alum plays a significant role in Josh Gad’s character’s storyline.

Gad’s Noah, the brother of Braff’s lead character Aidan, begins the film shut off from his family and other people, holed up in the trailer he lives in. But as he pursues his Comic Con-attending neighbor Janine, played by Greene, he begins to express himself more, though he’s unable to reconnect with his estranged father, played by Mandy Patinkin, who’s dying of cancer. Ultimately Noah confesses to Aidan’s daughter Grace that he’s afraid and finally visits his estranged dad before he dies.

Greene says she thinks her character allows Noah to emerge from his isolation.

“She is the vehicle for him, I think, to be able to express himself and find happiness and find who he wants to be and kind of succeed,” Greene tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I think she’s a very important part to Noah on his journey to finding that. …Together I think they, kind of without even knowing it, work as a team to bring him out of his shell.”

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Posted By Maria    July 18th, 2014    Comments Off on Josh Gad Talks about Ashley & their Sex Scene in ‘Wish I Was Here’
Posted By Maria    July 16th, 2014    Comments Off on Screencaptures: Today Show [Behind The Tweet] + ‘Wish I Was Here’ Set Interview
Posted By Maria    July 16th, 2014    Comments Off on [Video] Ashley’s ‘Wish I Was Here’ Set Interview