Ashley Greene Profiled in Gotham Magazine

Ashley tweeted about her profile in Gotham

“As for her own celebrity status, Greene understands it’s something that has to be taken seriously in a world where girls want to emulate the young women they see on the big screen. “I definitely try to be a positive role model,” she says. “Right now my fans seem to be growing with me. I want my fans to know that Twilight has given me an incredible opportunity, but this is all still new and exciting for me.”

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  1. Can I hate her for being so beautiful, nice and down to earth? Just joking, but seriously she seems like an amazing girl.

  2. I would not want my daughter to look to her as a role model from that picture. There is no way I would EVER allow my daughter to pose like that for millions of men to gawk at. Maybe I am just old fashioned, but I still believe in purity, chastity, and modesty, and I am not ashamed of it!

  3. Ashely understands that her young fans want to emulate her yet she poses like this? She is pulling her shirt down with that little girl pouty look. I used to admire Ashley but no more. The girl can not act and is using her sexuality to get roles.

  4. I was thinking the same thing. I love Ashley as Alice but some of the photos I have seen of her and some of her clothing choices… are not what I would want my daughter to see or be like. Other times, she looks absolutely beautiful and appropriate for all ages. Think before you pose or dress, many teens are looking to you, Ashley, as to what is appropriate.

  5. I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who sees the inherent contradiction between Ashley’s words and her picture. Sure a woman can be sensual and confident in her sexuality. But this photo says, “flash your thighs and your chest and the world can be yours.” Great roll model…

    Unfortunately I fear she is right. Where are the roll models for girls to use their brains and not their “assets” to be all they can be?

  6. I do not get why they needed doubles for that part of filming

  7. Ditto everyone here. Sure, she’s got the looks, but she’s fallen into the ‘sex sells’ mode. While that’s a fact of life, we don’t have to raise our kids to think it’s the right thing to do. There’s a difference between sensual and slutty. I’d never want my daughter to cross that line.

  8. I was a fan of hers but got turned off when she was on Chelsea Handler Late Show talking about “hooking up” with some dude at a night club, going back to his apartment, and taking off her clothes in front of him….sort of turned me off. It was supposed to be funny, but it just sort of made me disappointed in her. I know they are in Hollywood where lots of “opportunities” happen for them, but you don’t have to get on TV and tell everyone. I guess I am old fashioned.

  9. Yah – I love Ashley but that was not the right picture to post when talking about being a role model. She is smoking hot…. but really.

  10. Don’t know why you’d post this particular photo of Ashley Greene? Also, I don’t know why you’d make a comment on twitter about Kristen’s bikini wax? I’m way late to the party, but I thought this was supposed to be a fan site? Is this your way of supporting the cast? I can’t tell if you’re a supporter or if your passive aggressive. Particularly toward the female lead. New and confused.


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