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The actress who played Edward Cullen's sister in the franchise launches a podcast about movies

The actress who played Edward Cullen’s sister in the franchise launches a podcast about movies


Ashley Greene, an actress who has worked on the Twilight saga, will be launching a podcast to talk about behind-the-scenes stories from the saga and details on the recordings.

Ashley Greene played Alice Cullen in the Twilight movies
© reproductionAshley Greene played Alice Cullen in the Twilight movies

Although it was heavily criticized by the specialized media at the time of its release, the Twilight saga continues to gain fans around the world, especially after all the films have gone live. This interest made one of the actresses who worked in the production decide to launch a podcast on the topic.

The artist in question is Ashley Greene, who played Alice, the sister of Edward Cullen (Robert Pattison) in the Twilight films. She announced that this project will be broadcast from next March and will be called “The Twilight Effect”.

Green has stated that he intends to talk about behind-the-scenes recordings and also talk about some curiosity about living with other stars in the franchise, such as Pattinson himself (who stars in the new Batman movie), Kristen Stewart (Oscar-nominated for her role in “Spencer”) and Taylor Lautner. who played Jacob.

success story

The first film in the Twilight series opened in theaters in 2008, and was a huge hit with audiences, although its production was rejected by critics. The financial return ensured production of the rest of the saga, totaling 4 films based on books written by Stephanie Meyer.

Ashley will host the podcast alongside model and presenter Melanie Howe. The first season will have 30 episodes and will feature other artists who were in the cast, such as Peter Facinelli, Nikki Reed, and Kelan Lutz.

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