published on   juni 26, 2014  filed in Films / Kristy 2 

Met de naderende release van Ashley’s film ‘Kristy’ heeft Amazon Duitsland enkele nieuwe stills vrijgegeven.

Galerij Links:
http//: Film Stills

published on   juni 26, 2014  filed in Appereances / Films / Fotoshoots / Wish I Was Here 3 

Ashley was afgelopen maandag aanwezig bij de ‘Wish I Was Here’ premiere die gehouden werd bij het DGA Theater in L.A. Foto’s van Ashley op de premiere zelf en after party staan allemaal in de galerij!

Galerij Links:

http//: 23 Juni: ‘Wish I Was Here’ L.A. premiere
http//: 23 Juni: ‘Wish I Was Here’ L.A. premiere – After Party
http//: ‘Wish I Was Here’ Photobooth

published on   juni 25, 2014  filed in Appereances / Films / Wish I Was Here 4 

Ik hoop de foto’s zo snel mogelijk online te hebben.

published on   juni 25, 2014  filed in Films / Wish I Was Here 3 

Zach Braff heeft via een aankondiging laten weten da zijn nieuwste film ‘Wish I Was Here’ binnenkort te zien zal zijn in enkele Europese landen, helaas (nog) niet in Nederland of BelgiE”.

Lots of release date news for you today! I’m so proud that I am able to bring WISH I WAS HERE to so many of you across the globe!
I’m excited to announce release dates and advance screening dates for our movie in the UK, France and Germany:
The French release will be on on August 13th, 2014.
As announced previously, the UK release will be on September 19th, 2014.
And, we will release in Germany on October 9th, 2014.
For our Advance Screening and Q&A backers across the pond, here are the dates of those events, which you should have already received via Kickstarter message:
August 4th: Paris Advance Screening and Q&A
September 12th: London Advance Screening and Q&A
September 15th: Berlin Advance Screening and Q&A
Rome, we are still working on your date. We don’t have a distributor yet in Italy, so as of now our Rome Advance Screening and Q&A will be the ONLY theatrical screening of the movie in Italy… If you want to change that, be sure to sign the petition here:– wish-i-was-here–in-italia
We are working on release dates for countries around the world, we’d like nothing more to reach all of you. Here are all of our release dates so far:
US: July 18th
Canada: July 25th
Portugal: July 31st
Iceland: August 1st
Turkey: August 1st
France: August 13th
Australia: September 11th
New Zealand: September 11th
Spain: September 12th
Philippines: September 17th
UK and Ireland: September 19th
Romania: September 26th
Germany: October 9th
Switzerland: October 23rd
If you live in one of these countries, please spread the word to your friends about the release date! We’d love for you to share the film you helped make with your loved ones.
For many more of you who are joining us for the Online Backer’s Thank You Screening, details on that coming very very soon. The online screening will be before the US release date of July 18th!

published on   juni 25, 2014  filed in Films / Staten Island Summer 4 

Afgelopen week vonden reshoots plaats van Ashley’s nieuwste film ‘Staten Island Summer’. Paramount heeft laten weten dat de film in 2015 uit zal komen.

published on   juni 25, 2014  filed in Films / Kristy 5 

Ashley’s nieuwste film ‘Kristy’ zal op 7 augustus uitkomen op DVD en Blu-ray. De film heeft de rating gekregen voor 16-jaar en ouder en is alvast te bestellen via

published on   juni 17, 2014  filed in Ashley Greene / interviews 3 

The night before she was to take her place as the only celebrity in a 10K race, Ashley Greene had a small confession to make: “I’m not much of a runner,” she said, laughing. “You know, I love doing different workouts, so I was totally down to do this, but this is not something that comes easy to me.”

Thankfully, if there was ever a time to lace up, it would be now. The Oakley New York Mini 10K is the world’s original women-only road race, intended to empower women (and girls!) of all ages to be active. “It’s such a good message and a really good cause,” Ashley explained. “And it’s really great to try something new.”

In fact, the Twilight star is no stranger to the world of fitness. She attributes her lean, athletic frame to “hopping around” between workouts in Los Angeles, including the Tracy Anderson Method, kickboxing, and more. “I get bored really easily, so I need to mix it up,” she explained. “In high school, I did everything: competitive martial arts, swim and dive, and competitive cheer and dance. Those are all tough sports! So from a young age, I was active.”

But that didn’t necessarily mean she was 10K-ready. “I’ve been working with a trainer, Jason Walsh. He’s very in tune with movement and making sure the body is moving correctly. I basically had to re-program my body so I was engaging the proper muscles,” she said. “I didn’t realize it before I started, but my quads were really tight! It was because I wasn’t really paying attention to my body. So we’ve reversed that, for sure.”

And true to her spirit, she’s not following the traditional route of running multiple miles. “I got myself in shape doing different things, but the great part is, no day is the same. One day will be strength training, the next I’ll be running on a 30% incline, but it’s always something new and exciting. It pushes me!” she said. “The most I’ve ever run in a day is probably three miles—doing the six or eight mile thing can take a serious toll on your body.”

Not to mention, as any exercise fanatic knows, it also does a number on your skin. “I sweat a lot,” she admitted. “But I wash my face morning and night and I always keep facial towelettes in my car so I can touch up during the day. Honestly, though, your body detoxes with sweat. So if you continue to eat not-so-great foods and drink sugary drinks, that will all come out when you exercise, but it might cause you to break out. I’ve had to adjust my diet to be as clean as possible with lots of fish, chicken, and vegetables.”

There is one thing sweat won’t get through, however. “I don’t wear makeup to the gym because I would just feel weird,” she said. “But I’m still a girl! So I wear L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Mascara. I’ve been using it for years.”

And while we’re on the topic of girly things, she also packed two pairs of sneakers just in case. “I’m thinking the grey and yellow ones,” she said. It looks like they served her well! Check her out at the race below.

published on   juni 15, 2014  filed in Appereances 5 

Ashley heeft gisteren de Oakley New York Mini 10Km loop voltooid. Enkele foto’s hiervan staan in de galerij.

Galerij Links:
http//: 14 Juni: Oakley New York Mini 10K

published on   juni 14, 2014  filed in Appereances 3 

Ashley was gisteren aanwezig bij een Meet & Greet met Fan ins de Oakley’s Fifth Ave Flagship Store in NYC.

Galerij Links:
http//: 13 Juni: Meet And Greet At Oakley’s Fifth Ave Flagship Store in NYC

published on   juni 14, 2014  filed in Ashley Greene / interviews 4 

Ashley heeft een interview gehad met over haar advies om het beste te herstellen van een 10km loop.

Actress Ashley Greene might be running her first 10k this weekend (the Oakley NYMini) in Central Park, but she’s no stranger to working up a sweat. In fact, when we asked Greene to weigh in on how she handles recovery after a hard training session, she gamely identified two key components: stretching and hydration.

Greene describers herself as “competitive and stubborn,” with an “I can do anything” attitude when it comes to fitness. But when it came to fighting regular pain and stiffness in her quad, due in part to an unfortunate femur break when she was 12 that created scar tissue, Greene, with the advice of her trainer, mandated regular stretching and the use of a roller. “Not stretching causes injuries and strain,” Greene says. “Pain and frustration are great motivators.” Three of Greene’s favorite post-workout stretches are aimed at areas that need the extra attention: opening her hip flexors and groin, her quads, and her calves. And as for that roller, the actress adds, “The roller is my best friend. It’s painful, but it guarantees that I’ll sleep better if I use it right before bed.”

Prior to race day, Greene knows to avoid foods that can dehydrate her, like asparagus, which the actress loves. “I’m a huge water advocate, but taking in too much water is actually a negative,” says Greene, who regularly keeps hydrated with coconut water and electrolyte drinks like Gatorade. On race day, her plan is to take advantage of the aid stations, keeping her thirst quenched as she runs.

Because having a good recovery plan is vital to an athlete’s success post-race, we connected with Kim Mueller, a full-time registered dietitian and board-certified specialist in sports dietetics (she does not work with Greene), and asked her to weigh in on some best practices for an active recovery. This is what she shared.

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