Friday, October 16, 2009

Ashley Greene's Q&A with Seventeen Magazine

Ashley talks about her downtime on set, Kellan's washboard abs, and her first impression of Rob.

Downtime in Vanouver
"We'd shop. We were right on Robson [Street in Vancouver], it's kind of a shopping strip, and there's a ton of stores that just line it. I got really cool jumpers. And I went to H&M, of course, because I love that store!"

Best Scene to film
"Italy was really fun. The Porsche in particular — Kristen and I were just talking about how we were laughing and singing in the car. I'm sure everyone who was making the film was like, 'What's the deal?' We were quoting Anchorman and singing 'Afternoon Delight.' Yeah, very weird!"

She almost crashed the Porsche!
"I had to learn how to drive it with a truck driver, which was really fun. And he said I was a really great driver. But then I had to race this Porsche up all these really narrow roads and avoid pedestrians. So I was a little preoccupied, but I did it twice, and it looked really good! I guess I was really close to the wall though. Driving on set makes you nervous, like when a cop is behind you; you're not doing anything wrong, but because the cop is behind you, you get nervous."

Her guy Friend's Funny Habits
"Kellan was like, 'I guess I don't have to wear my shirt when I'm walking my dog.' And I'm like, 'Kellan, most people wear shirts when they walk their dog.' What's really sad is that his shirt is off so much that I know what his abs look like. And I saw this Photoshopped picture of him, and I was like, 'That's not you! You're wider than that! It's not like I stalk you, you just never have your shirt on!'"

YouTubing Between Takes
"Michael Sheen and I, for some reason, we bonded over this [funny] YouTube stuff, and so we would be cracking up, and then the scene would start and I was supposed to hate him, so it made it a little more difficult."

First Impressions
"When I met Rob, he literally didn't make any impression on me. He's quiet, he's not very outgoing, he wasn't like, 'Hey! What's up? I'm Rob!' So with Catherine, she was basically like, 'So, that's Rob.' And I was like, 'Oh, cool.' And it's just so funny now looking at it, because every girl swoons over him."

Having Alice's Power in Real Life
"I think it'd be a little bit of a burden. I'd feel so much pressure if anything [bad] would happen, and I don't think I would have time to just live, because everything can change, once you know the future and if you try and change it — nothing would play out the way it was supposed to. I think it's better that life is kind of like a mystery, I think that's what drives us. So it would be cool for a minute, and then it would drive me crazy probably, like reading people's minds. That would drive me nuts! You really don't want to hear what people are thinking. I'm okay with just smiling and saying hello!"

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