Earlier this week I had the opportunity to visit the set of Joe Dante‘s new film Burying the Ex, a horror comedy about Max (Anton Yelchin), a nice guy who moves in with his girlfriend Evelyn (Ashley Greene) only to find she’s a controlling nightmare. Can you kind of set up your character and what people are going to see from you?
He’s saved the burden of a nasty breakup when she dies in a freak accident, and soon after meets the girl of his dreams (Alexandra Daddario). Is it significantly more challenging than what you had to wear for the Twilight films? I think the makeup might have been more challenging on Twilight just because we didn’t have special effects doing our white makeup, and on this one its really nice because I go to special effects first and then hair and makeup does their thing on top of that. On Twilight we just went in and they had to do the whole thing and we sat there for like two hours. Also I think our characters in Twilight were so popular already before the movies came out so there were just so many more eyes looking at you, or people jerking you one way or another about what they wanted Alice Cullen’s look to be and Edward Cullen’s look to be. GREENE: Yeah, Evelyn is [laughs], she is a go-green advocate who has her own blog and is the girlfriend of Max, and she’s a bit overbearing and overprotective at times.
"She's young, but we could relate to each other because she's probably been through as much as a 40-year-old! PHOTOS: Miley and Liam -- the way they were Greene has been through a lot in her own relationships with hunks like Reeve Carney, Jared Followill and Joe Jonas.
Despite the casual ensemble, Greene wore a large diamond ring on her left ring finger.