"I knew it had a following, but it’d be pompous to expect that it would do this well,” Ashley Greene says of Twilight, Stephenie Meyer’s book-turned-movie, which earned more than $379 million worldwide, and spawned a sequel, New Moon.
In the film, now shooting in Vancouver and due in theaters Nov. 20, Ashley, 22, once again sinks her teeth into the role of vampire Alice Cullen, sister of Robert Pattinson’s Edward.
Here's a couple of the question that OK! Magazine asked Ashley about 'New Moon':
OK!: How does Alice change in the sequel?
My character’s going to be a good 60 percent bigger in the second film. You get to see the development between Alice, Bella and Edward.
OK!: How do you spend time off the set?
There’s a street in Vancouver called Robson, where we jam with people who play instruments. I’m going to take up guitar, because Jackson [Rathbone], Nikki [Reed], Kristen [Stewart] and Rob [Pattinson] all play guitar and sing.
OK!: Is the cast very close?
Yeah, you create this intense bond with these people. It’s really natural.
OK!: How is Robert handling being the world’s most desirable man?
Rob’s always like, “I don’t belong here, what’s going on?” He’s not the most sociable. He’s not one of those people who can go and talk to anyone. He’s kind of a hermit and a little awkward. He got thrust into this limelight, but he’s dealing with it. I think it’d be kind of difficult for anyone.
You can check out the whole interview here.
SOURCE: OK! Magazine.
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