This is an exciting year for actress Ashley Greene. She just shot a pilot for ABC called “Americana,” which revolves around legendary fashion designer Robert Soulter. Greene plays Alice — coincidentally the same name as her “Twilight Saga” character — who joins Soulter’s business. Her film “Butter,” following a small town and their butter-carving contests, will be released in October.
Plus, she stars alongside Miley Cyrus in “LOL,” a remake of the 2008 French comedy — not to mention the highly anticipated final “Twilight” installment, “Breaking Dawn – Part 2,” in which she’ll reprise her role of Alice Cullen for the final time.
Before Greene dons the cropped locks and golden contacts, she’ll fight for her life to escape a supernatural presence alongside Sebastian Stan in this summer’s thrilling horror flick “The Apparition.”
For Summer Movie Preview Week, MTV News spoke with Greene about being haunted as opposed to haunting, the injuries she sustained on set and the scene she’s most looking forward to in “Breaking Dawn – Part 2.”
MTV News: What’s it like to be on the other side of the haunting in “The Apparition,” as opposed to playing the vampire?
Ashley Greene: I didn’t think of it like that, but you’re right! [My character] Kelly is very … human. Death is knocking at her door, and she is fighting for her survival. It was a different experience than playing an — almost — indestructible character like Alice Cullen. I had to take on a lot more loss, betrayal and vulnerability when playing Kelly.
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