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Ashley Greene is best known for her role as vampire Alice Cullen in the Twilight saga franchise, but as dark as that part could have been perceived, it’s child’s play compared to her latest role. In her darkest role to date, in the newly launched Winther Brothers Entertainment’s Aftermath, Greene plays Natalie Dadich, who, in a last-ditch effort to save her marriage to Kevin (Shawn Ashmore), moves into a new home hoping to leave their tumultuous conflicts in the past. Newly designed with only one prior tenant, the place would be ideal, if not for the grisly murder-suicide that happened in the home. What should have been a fresh start for the couple quickly takes a disturbing turn as Natalie and Kevin find that their troubles have only just begun. The film definitely needs to be seen to be believed. Here, the 34-year-old actress dishes on her latest role as well as upcoming projects including The Immaculate Room opposite Emile Hirsch and Kate Bosworth and animated film Max & Me, among others.

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Without giving too much away, what can you tell us about your character in your upcoming film, Aftermath, how she evolves throughout the film and why you decided to play her.
Natalie is an up and coming fashion designer, struggling to simultaneously make her dreams come true and keep her marriage alive. In an attempt to “start fresh” and rebuild their crumbling marriage, Natalie and Kevin move into a new home (made affordable due to its dark history) that ends up coming with baggage of its own. I liked that there was a real, grounded relationship at the heart of the story and chaos was introduced around that relationship. You want people to be scared, yes, but you also want people to care about what happens to your characters.

In the film your character is desperately trying to save her marriage (to Shawn Ashmore) despite past and present forces coming between them. Do you think love is worth fighting for?
I 100% think love is worth fighting for. My husband and I are deeply in love, probably annoyingly so sometimes, but we recognize that we will always have to work at things and grow and evolve together. I think you constantly have to acknowledge that you and your partner are human, you’ll make mistakes, you’ll say dumb things, you’ll have frustrating traits but the love and respect you have for one another will always trump that if you’re willing to fight for it. The goal is to constantly better yourself and inspire and support your partner on their journey to better themselves.

What do you hope fans will take away from the film?
I hope viewers will be able to relate to our characters on some level and go along on a thrilling ride with us. I’d be so interested to hear what their theories are halfway through the film.

What were some of your favorite memories from the set? Any fun behind-the-scenes moments?
My most embarrassing moment was me trying to throw a ball at an angle through a doorway for my set dog. I was subpar at best, and we had about 3 more takes than we expected needing. It’s not my proudest moment. I really enjoyed working with Shawn throughout the film. He’s obviously talented, but also incredibly kind and calming.

As an actress you have 12-15 hour work days at times which can be stressful. What do you do while on set to take care of yourself and stay sane?
Honestly, I hadn’t taken my mental health into account as much as I should have in the past. Only more recently have I begun to do a morning meditation, forced myself to say no to some invitations while working to ensure I get enough sleep, and spoken up about any difficulty or issues I’m facing. I’ve begun to put my mental health and my feelings first instead of trying to just handle it all. Post filming habits are equally as important. I just came off doing two films back to back and unapologetically told everyone around me that I was unavailable for the first week of being home. I thrive off being hyper-productive, and making others happy, so for me, this is a pretty big step.
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Ashley heeft een interview gehad met, de bijbehorende fotoshoot is door haar man Paul gefotografeerd.

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“My mother always told me I’d love my 30s, and I finally understand what she meant.”

You may know Ashley Greene from that not-so-tiny role as vampire Alice Cullen in The Twilight Saga franchise (the five films broke box-office records with a cool $3.3 billion worldwide), and now the actress is stepping into the world of streaming movies with Netflix’s Aftermath, a inspired-by-true-events thriller that debuted last week to a whole bunch of “what to watch this weekend” lists. In between delivering some jump scares, the 34-year-old recently chatted with us about prepping for the heavy role, why skin care is so important to her, and the best beauty advice her mom gave her.

What did you do to prepare for your role in Aftermath?
I am a big believer in lots of preparation prior to shooting, so that process was the same for Aftermath as anything else. The biggest difference in the work that I did for Aftermath, versus other films, was that I had to allow myself to continuously be flooded by nefarious thoughts or scenarios and feed into my exhaustion. Instead of the generally positive outlook I have on life, I was constantly allowing the opposite to flood my brain. I try not to take work home with me, but this one was different, I needed to remind myself of what constant, true fear felt like in order to be on Natalie’s level. There were lots of dark circle– combating eye patches during the filming of Aftermath (thanks, Peter Thomas Roth).

It seems like you are into beauty—what are some of your all-time favorite products?
I am indeed. Once I hit my 30s, I began to immediately see a difference in my skin if I neglected to hydrate it internally and externally, so there is a lot more focus on that. My beauty regime has certainly taken center stage. I love clean beauty brands that have limited but impactful ingredients. OSEA Hyaluronic Acid and Sea Cleanser, Beautycounter Vitamin C and #3 Balancing Oil are daily go-tos. Beautycounter also has a great overnight resurfacing peel I swear by. Ilia is my favorite clean beauty brand, their Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40 is my favorite way to get daily SPF defense and a beautiful natural glow. Their cheek and lip products give a wonderful glow as well. Alastin Skincare isn’t a clean brand, but their restorative eye cream is worth it. Hourglass is another that is not a clean brand, but their concealer does incredible things for me.
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Screencaptures van Ashley nieuwste film ‘Aftermath’ staan in de galerij!

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Ashley was gisteren samen met enkele collega’s aanwezig op de première van haar nieuwste film ‘Aftermath’ in L.A. Bekijk de film vanaf vandaag op Netflix! Het is voor het eerst in 8 maanden dat Ashley weer een event heeft, de covid-pandemie was hiervoor de voornaamste reden. Edit: Meer foto’s zijn toegevoegd!

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Het bedrijf Quiver heeft de rechten van Ashley’s film ‘Aftermath’ gekocht en zal deze komende herfst ook digitaal en via Video On Demand uitgeven.

The Peter Winther-directed thriller will bow on Netflix on Aug. 4 before a fall release on digital and VOD.

The Winther brothers thriller Aftermath, starring Ashley Greene (Twilight) and Shawn Ashmore, has gone to Quiver Distribution for a home entertainment release.

Aftermath will debut worldwide on Netflix on Aug. 4, before Quiver releases the film on digital and VOD this fall. Directed by Peter Winther, the film is the first from Peter and Lars Winther’s newly launched Winther Brothers Entertainment and also stars Diana Hopper, Britt Baron, Sharif Atkins and Ross McCall.

Aftermath, based on an actual event, follows a young couple (Greene and Ashmore) looking to save their marriage when they discover an amazing deal on a home with a questionable history. Hoping the new home will give them a fresh start, they take the deal, but quickly find that their troubles have only just begun.

Winther developed the story for Aftermath with Dakota Gorman, who wrote the screenplay. The film was produced by Peter Winther, Lars Winther, James Andrew Felts and Rick Sasner.

Sasner’s River Run Entertainment and William G. Santor’s Productivity Media co-financed the picture along with Felts’ Motion Picture Exchange (MPX). The Quiver acquisition was negotiated by Larry Greenberg for Quiver and James Andrew Felts, CEO of Motion Picture Exchange (MPX), on behalf of the producers.

MPX represents the worldwide sales rights and is partnered with Mimi Steinbauer’s Radiant Films International for international sales.

Hierbij de trailer van Ashley’s nieuwste film ‘Aftermath’, vanaf morgen te streamen op Netflix..

Netflix heeft de rechten gekocht van Ashley’s nieuwste film ‘Aftermath’ , op 4 augustus zal de film op Netflix verschijnen. En ook op Netflix Nederland!

Er zijn enkele nieuwe foto’s verschenen van Ashley’s film ‘Aftermath’, het is nog niet bekend wanneer deze precies zal verschijnen.

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De eerste posters van Ashley’s opkomende film ‘Aftermath’ zijn verschenen, deze zal binnenkort verschijnen maar een releasedatum is nog niet bekend. Op de website van maker MPX Films staat een trailer die nog afgeschermd met een wachtwoord is op videplatform Vimeo. Deze word mogelijk gebruikt om de film te promoten aan verschillende distributeurs.

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