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Ashley Greene's Ever-Changing 'Twilight' Wig: Finally Just Right

07/25/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

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She’s been through three installments of the Twilight franchise and now it’s onto the fourth — Breaking Dawn Part 1 — and finally, Ashley Greene feels comfortable with the wig she wears to play Cullen sister Alice. “We wanted to make it a little more modern,” Greene told reporters at Comic-Con in San Diego Thursday when referencing the latest version of the super-short hairpiece. “We were trying to get it exactly right and tweaking it a little bit every time.” The challenge for Greene and director Bill Condon, who helped with the evolution of the looks, was to tailor the wig to their likings without alienating fans with too drastic of a change. Luckily, the latest incarnation seems to be just right. “I was very excited,” Greene said of working with Condon, plus the hair and makeup team, to finalize the latest look. “We made Alice a little more modern. It’s always been really fun to play Alice.” –Jennifer Garcia


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Stella on

Thank you “me”, some of these twihards think this is an actual debatable subject. It’s pretend, it’s a movie, made up for your entertainment, let’s move on with real life…shall we?

Jay on

I agree “stella”, please feel free to move on…

GIna on

I love Twilight but it’s a damn wig…Why is there even a debate about it

Jay on

Well, if there was to be a debate, it could be based on the consistancy with books to their movies.
But, it appears that there are too many that only saw the movies so the subect line has become blurred, and currently it has become just a bunch of silly comments that it is a wig…. which we already are aware of.
So to answer your question… they are a bunch of comments about nothing..
Perhaps they are big supporters of Seinfeld and somehow got lost on the web…

08girl on

I liked her hair in the first movie the best.

olivia on


swannswallower on

twilight movies are the worst movies ever

Lisa on

Awww come on people…where is your imagination? Obviously it’s not real but if we’re going to talk about how characters look, then we certainly can talk about what happens to the characters!

And why in God’s name does someone take the time to read an article and then post that its the worst movie ever if you think it’s the worst movie ever??? Move on then. There’s something wrong with you!

Janie on

Actually, that’s how Alice’s hair is supposed to look- short and a pixie style. That’s the way it was described in the books. I think Ashley Greene looks really nice with short hair! She should cut it like that.

Annie on

To all you peeps that hate the Twilight Movies and can’t stand Alice’s wigs…. thank you so much for taking the time out of your “super busy” schedules from doing whatever else it is you would normally be doing to take the time to needlessly comment on one of the best ever movie sequels ever made. You have only helped give the movie more hype with your lame ass comments… whether they be good or bad. The fact that you took to the time to read it, and comment on it, makes it popular… so thanks :)

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