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Posted By Maria    March 26th, 2010    Comments Off on Ashley Greene Explains Why She Doesn’t Skate In ‘Skateland’

I’m a little bit accident-prone,’ the ‘Twilight’ actress confesses. Even if “Skateland,” the Anthony Burns-directed drama starring “Twilight” actress Ashley Greene, isn’t entirely about skating, it’s a sure bet that you will see certain actors skating over the course of the movie. Just don’t expect to see Greene, who plays leading lady Michelle Burkham, strap any wheels on her feet.

“I don’t [skate] actually, which is probably a good thing,” she confessed to MTV News at South by Southwest. “I used to rollerblade, but the four-wheel roller-skate thing is a whole different experience.”

According to the actress, Greene wasn’t unwilling to skate in the film, but her early experiences as a clumsy child made her nervous to get into the rink.

“I’m pretty coordinated, but I’m a little terrified of falling and breaking things,” she said. “I was a pretty clumsy child, so I’m always very aware that I’m a little bit accident-prone. But I wouldn’t have minded jumping on some skates.”

Although skating was off the table, Greene was able to fully embrace another important aspect of “Skateland” — the 1980s setting. Born in 1987, Greene admitted to having a limited connection to the decade, but filming “Skateland” opened her eyes to the time period.

“It was actually really fun,” she said. “I didn’t really get to experience the ’80s except as a 1-year-old, so it was really cool to be able to go back and learn a lot about it. And the music — Michelle, my character, is really into bands like the Smiths and the Cure and stuff like that, so I actually did get to learn a lot while doing this.”
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Posted By Maria    March 25th, 2010    Comments Off on Ashley Greene’s 80s Teen Drama ‘Skateland’ Generates Buzz At SXSW

Austin might have been the only town where Ashley Greene could go and people were not interested in Twilight. Her film Skateland played at the South by Southwest film festival, where audiences were more captivated by indie film than vampire romances. When Skateland finally gets picked up for distribution, Greene’s Twilight fans will see a whole new side of her.

“Obviously, a lot of teens are familiar with Alice Cullen,” Greene said on the red carpet outside the Paramount Theater in Austin. “So you get to see that perky kind of girl next door best friend character. In Skateland, initially I was drawn to the fact that Michelle Burkham was this charismatic girl and she’s the girl next door but she has an edge. You see a lot of vulnerability but you see a lot of strength, so she kind of encompassed a lot of the qualities that I wanted to showcase.”

Set in the ‘80s, Skateland is still about teen angst. This time she’s the angsty teen instead of a hundred-years old vampire. “I definitely think for Twilight, we have a majority of the teen angsty fans but my goal right now is to definitely branch out and to reach out to everyone,” Greene said. “As an actor I want to affect people. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a teenager.”

The film also stars Shiloh Fernandez in what might be a breakout starring role, if the festival buzz is any indication. Perhaps Fernandez would rather the world didn’t discover him with floppy ‘80s hair.

“Oh my God, did you see this poster?” Fernandez lamented. “It’s the worst haircut, and it looks good on the poster. No, I don’t cut my hair unless I do a movie of some sort. It’s just long.”

The slice of life drama reminds viewers what life was like in the ‘80s. Co-star Taylor Handley thinks the simple differences will surprise people. “I remember before the technical age,” Handley said. “Before everybody was calling on cell phones, we were knocking each other’s doors. That was a cool thing to bring back in this movie. Calling on the home phone.”

Fernandez shared a similarly optimistic perspective on the ‘80s. “I’m fond about the ‘80s because it gave me life,” he said. “I was born in ’85. I look back fondly on everything that’s brought us to where we are today. Things have been crazy and things have been cool, but everything brings us to where we are today so of course I look back fondly on it.”

Look for Skateland to continue on the festival circuit this year.
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Posted By Maria    March 25th, 2010    1

‘The Apparition’ Will Be ‘Scary As Hell’
“I’ve gone some different places that I didn’t think I could go, emotionally and physically,”

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Posted By Maria    March 23rd, 2010    Comments Off on In Santa Monica – March 20
Posted By Maria    March 22nd, 2010    Comments Off on Ashley swears The Apparition will terrify you

Ashley Greene, last seen (and soon to be seen again) as Alice Cullen in the Twilight saga, gets her first starring role in the upcoming horror film The Apparition. The apparition in question is an evil force, unleashed by a university experiment, that haunts a young couple. Greene said the film will deliver the scares that have been missing from recent horror movies.

“With Apparition, they’re going back to doing elevated thriller,” Greene said in an exclusive interview on March 16 in Austin, Texas, where her film Skateland played at the South by Southwest film festival. “It’s not going to be that slash-gore movie. It’s that thing that just scares you to the core, and it’s terrifying.”

Still not convinced? Well, consider that in most horror movies you can yell at the screen “Don’t go in there” and the characters won’t listen to you. You might not be scared for people making bad decisions. Greene promises that her character in The Apparition makes the right choices but gets screwed anyway.

“The way that I can best explain it is that we do everything that a normal person would do,” Greene said. “Everyone is going to watch it and say, ‘Do this!’ And that’s what we’re going to do. Unfortunately, it doesn’t solve things, and we’re still having to deal with them. I think that’s the scariest part, is when you do everything that you should do and you still end up ruined.”

The film will also provide Greene a full character arc and juicy scenes to really show her stuff. “I think range-wise and emotionally and physically, it’s been extremely demanding,” Greene said. “I’ve done things that I didn’t know I could do, so I’m really proud of it. I’m really excited for everyone to see it.”

The Apparition, written and directed by Todd Lincoln, is due out this year from Joel Silver’s Dark Castle Entertainment and Warner Brothers Pictures.

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