Reporting for duty on the set of her new project, Ashley was spotted filming scenes for “The Shangri-La Suite” in Studio City and she looked gorgeous as Priscilla Presley, adorned in a flowing yellow maxi dress with pretty pink heels.
“The Shangri-La Suite” is already causing controversy given its unique plot line. Per the synopsis:
“Karen and Jack met in a mental hospital and fell in love with each other. They set out to follow what Jack think is his destiny: killing Elvis Presley.”
Movie Productions > The Shangri-La Suite > On The Set > 2014, March 7
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On January 18th Ashley arrived at 2014 Sundance Film Festival where she was spotted around the Park City at the Columbia Lounge at The Village . Later that day she attended the “Wish I Was Here” premiere and posed for Larry Busacca & Jeff Vespa for two portrait sessions alongside her castmates.
Appearences & Events > Appearences & Events 2014 > January 18: 2014 Park City – Columbia Lounge at The Village
Appearences & Events > Appearences & Events 2014 > January 18: 2014 Sundance Film Festival – “Wish I Was Here” Premiere
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One day before leaving for Sundance, on January 17th, Ashley was photographed at at a gas station in Los Angeles, California.
Candids > Candids 2014 > January 17
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Looking to satisfy her growling tummy, Ashley hit up the popular eatery Judi’s Deli for a brown bag lunch on January 16. She donned a pair of skinny jeans with a blue and white button-up top and a pony tail as she returned to her car and headed off to a doctor’s appointment.
Ashley recently returned from a vacation in the Bahamas with her boyfriend Paul Khoury. The pair have been staying in Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Islands in Nassau during their trip.
Candids > Candids 2014 > January 5
Candids > Candids 2014 > January 16
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Ashley was photographed with Paul at the New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards game on December 16th.
Appearences & Events > Appearances & Events 2013 > December 16: New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards
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150+ photos of Ashley and Paul picking up lunch from Romancing The Bean Cafe in Burbank on December 14th have been added to the gallery.
Candids > Candids 2013 > December 14
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It’s a long way from Kickstarter to Park City, but that’s where Zach Braff is going next month. The Sundance Film Festival said today that the Braff-directed Wish I Was Here has been added to its Premiere selection. This is the first crowd-funded film picked for a World Premiere in the Sundance section and joins 17 previously announced films in the sidebar for the January 16-26 festival. The sure-to-attract-attention comedy-drama about a struggling zach braff directingthirtysomething actor seeking meaning in his life and marriage after the death of his father stars Braff, Kate Hudson, Mandy Patinkin, Josh Gad, Ashley Greene and Joey King. The former Scrubs actor co-wrote the screenplay with his brother and raised more than $3.1 million for it in a somewhat controversial Kickstarter campaign this spring. Stacey Sher and Michael Shamberg produced the pic through their Double Feature Films. Worldview Entertainment stepped in to provide gap financing.
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You know the story: Boy meets girl. Boy and girl fall in love. Girl dies and comes back as a zombie.
Well, that’s the story of Burying the Ex, a new romantic zombie comedy, or zom-com, as the cast and crew call it, starring Ashley Greene (Twilight) and Anton Yelchin (Star Trek). EW was on set for an exclusive first look and a chance to talk with the stars and director.
Burying the Ex follows Max (Yelchin), an all-around nice guy, and his incredibly beautiful but overbearing and manipulative girlfriend Evelyn (Greene). After they move in together, Evelyn is killed in a freak accident, leaving Max single and free from her controlling nightmare — or so he thinks.
“Her boyfriend has his mourning period, but then gets over it,” Greene said. “Much to his dismay, she comes back as a zombie but doesn’t clock that she is a zombie and thinks that true love has brought her back and that they’re supposed to be together forever.” Though Greene is best known for playing another supernatural creature, the Twilight comparisons pretty much end there. “It’s a lot different, ’cause I think in Twilight we are trying to get into humanity and hide the secret that we have. The fun thing about this film and with Evelyn is that when she comes back, she’s got no boundaries and no filter. It’s a lot more outrageous, not that vampires aren’t farfetched.”
“When she returns as a zombie, she’s a thousand times worse and more controlling,” Yelchin told EW. To prepare for the genre film, Yelchin watched classic undead movies like White Zombie and Night of the Living Dead , but noted that working with Gremlins director Joe Dante made it special. “When I think of this movie, I think of it as more of a Joe Dante film than a genre movie, because he’s always represented a very specific take on genre and he’s always created genre films that were always aware of their genre.”
Dante, who hasn’t made a film in Hollywood in 10 years, is happy to be part of the emerging trend in the horror-comedy world. “When I was a kid, zombie movies were pretty much the lowest rung. People didn’t take them very seriously and they were very cheap to produce,” Dante said. “The appeal of genre is that people want to see the same things over again, but they want to get them in a new package. It’s the packing that makes it work. The mainstream genres of westerns, war pictures, and comedies have taken a backseat to this once reviled supernatural.”
Audience may be reviled by Greene’s appearance throughout the film: She goes through six different stages of zombie makeup and prosthetics designed by special makeup effects designer Gary Tunnicliffe, who provided scary features for films like Dracula 2000, My Bloody Valentine, and Scary Movie 5. “We wanted more of a realistic approach, if you can have that with a zombie,” Greene said. “But there’s a lot of translucency and layering and attention to detail with veining and stuff like that, so when people look at it, there’s the odd sensation that she kind of still looks attractive.”
The movie is currently filming in Los Angeles, and fans have a chance to get even further involved in the film before it hit theaters. Through a partnership with FundAnything, fans have the opportunity to be actively involved in the making of the film based on their level of contribution. Rewards include the opportunity for people to visit the set, have lunch with the director, access to exclusive material through production, as well as signed items, access to special screenings, a VIP premiere package, and much more. Participants will become part of a community that will receive regular updates on events related to the film.
“I’m thrilled to partner with FundAnything on Burying the Ex, and I am really looking forward to getting the opportunity to meet the fans who are contributing to the funding of this project,” said Dante. “I’ve always appreciated their input, and giving them this unique opportunity to be part of this production is pretty cool.” For more information of how you can contribute and get involved, check out their FundAnything page.
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