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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, »
- Jake Perlman
Here’s a new wrinkle in the crowdfunding game. Gremlins helmer Joe Dante began shooting the horror comedy Burying The Ex before the film’s producers set out to raise funding throughFundanything.com/buryingtheex. The film stars Star Trek’s Anton Yelchin, Twilight Saga’s Ashley Greene, Alexandra Daddario and Oliver Cooper. This service gives contributors the opportunity to actively participate in the making of the film, based on the level of their contribution. The rewards include set visits, lunch with the directors, and the usual tchotchkes. Alan Trezza wrote the script. Cassian Elwes is executive producing along with Voltage’s Nicolas Chartier, Zev Foreman and Dominic Rustam. ArtImage Entertainment, Scooty Woop Entertainment and Act 4 Entertainment are producing. Yelchin plays a normal guy who dates a beautiful but overbearing gal (Greene) who becomes a nightmare when they move in together. He’s afraid to break up with her and »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
Joe Jonas just blew the lid off the Disney empire. In an explosive tell-all, the middle Jo Bro exposed some of his dirtiest secrets — including the fact that he lost his virginity at age 20, when he was dating Ashley Greene!
Joe Jonas, 24, revealed many of his dirty little secrets in his tell-all interview with New York magazine. Not only did Joe admit that he first smoked weed with Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato, he also said that he lost his virginity at the age of 20 — right when he was dating Twilight star Ashley Greene! Read on for more details.
Joe Jonas: “I Lost My Virginity When I Was 20″
Everyone knows that the Jonas Brothers once wore purity rings, but in the interview with NY mag, Joe admits that much of that had to do with maintaining their squeaky clean Disney image — the “pledge” had been a childhood promise, and »
- HL Intern
Joe Jonas gets incredibly honest about his time in the Disney machine in a new story with Vulture. The former Jonas Brothers star opens up about his relationships with famous women, including Demi Lovato and Ashley Greene, his experiments with drugs, and his struggles with his brothers leading up to the Jonas Brothers breaking up earlier this year. Read on for the most revealing and honest selections from Joe's interview. Joe's Relationships On dating Demi Lovato: "I really got to know her and got to see the ins and outs of what she was struggling with, like drug abuse. I felt like I needed to take care of her, but at the same time I was living a lie, because I wasn't happy but felt like I had to stay in it for her, because she needed help. I couldn't express any of that, of course, because I had a brand to protect. »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
The truth comes out! For the Dec. 9 issue of New York magazine, Joe Jonas penned an essay titled "Joe Jonas: My Life As a Jonas Brother," which chronicles his life as 1/3 of the popular Jonas Brothers trio. In it, he opened up about his well-documented relationships with Demi Lovato and Ashley Greene, being branded by Disney, his experimentation with drugs and the loss of his virginity. Though the Jonas Brothers had already signed a record deal in early 2005, their lives changed forever when the Mouse came calling later that year. "Disney is great at creating fame. They've done it with so many pop stars and young actors, from Hilary Duff to the High School Musical crew. Miley Cyrus played an »
November 27th, 2013, 3:59pm– Rupert Grint_V2 We sure hope all Canadian Rupert Grint fans are ready to be rocked by Cheetah Chrome and the rest of The Dead Boys in Cbgb, because the movie is being released in Canada in the coming days. The film is getting a limited theatrical release from November 29 – December 4 at the Yonge/Dundas Theatre in Toronto, but you can also watch the film Now on iTunes. To celebrate this release, we’ve teamed up with Union Pictures (the Canadian distributor) to give away a rockin’ Cbgb poster featuring Rupert as Cheetah Chrome along with Justin Bartha (as Stiv Bators), Alan Rickman (as Hilly Kristal), Stana Katic (as Genya Ravan), Ashley Greene (as Lisa Kristal) and many more. You can see the poster in our gallery Here… colourful, beautiful and pretty badass! All you have to do to win this awesome poster is: answer the »
He received unnecessary flack for his Kickstarter campaign, and while Garden State isn’t my cup of kool-aid, the 2004 dramedy which premiered at Sundance and almost instantaneously gained a cult-like following, might clue us in on why a decade later, he received the type of dollar support for a sophomore feature. Zach Braff once again wears several hats, appearing in front of and behind the camera (this August/September) for a picture that might work in the same tone. Kate Hudson, Jim Parsons, Ashley Greene and Joey King were lined up for this one.
Gist: This tells the story of Aidan Bloom, a struggling actor, husband and dad who at 35 is still trying to find his true place in life. He and his wife are barely getting by financially, and Aidan passes his time fantasizing about being the futuristic space knight he always dreamed he’d be as a little kid. »
- Eric Lavallee
Celebrity Court Watch - Ashley Greene has some unhappy neighbors and is being sued following a fire at her home. The 'Twilight Saga' actress - whose apartment in West Hollywood's Granville Towers went up in flames due to an unattended candle in March - is being sued by four other residents of the building, who claim the blaze has turned the historic building into a ''disruptive construction zone''. And the plaintiffs - Timothy Long, a producer of 'The Simpsons', John Luciano, doorman Adrian Mayorga, and interior designer Anna Lobell - have slammed the 26-year-old star as being a bad neighbor who has never apologized for the fire and refused to co-operate with the investigation. Mr. Luciano told the New York Post newspaper: ''Living next to Ashley was pure hell. It was like living next to Studio 54, with people coming and going at all hours of the night. We would have »
Bell plays a single girl who is mistaken for a stranger’s blind date en route to her parents’ anniversary, leading to her finally finding the perfect boyfriend. [Source: Deadline]
Burying the Ex
Anton Yelchin ("Star Trek"), Ashley Greene ("The Twilight Saga"), Alexandra Daddario ("Percy Jackson") and Oliver Cooper ("Project X") have joined the cast of Joe Dante's horror comedy "Burying the Ex" for Voltage Pictures. Filming begins Monday in Los Angeles.
Yelchin and Greene play a couple whose relationship takes a nose dive once they move in together. When she dies in a freak accident, he prepares to move on with a new girl (Daddario), only for the old flame to rise from the grave. [Source: The Wrap]
Ron Livingston has scored »
- Garth Franklin
Since his last foray onto the big screen with The Hole in 2009, Joe Dante has been kicking it in TV land, directing episodes of Splatter and Hawaii Five-o. That’s all about to change, however, as this former apprentice of Roger Corman is set to return to cinemas with Burying The Ex.
The forthcoming horror-comedy features a script by newcomer Alan Trezza, who already made his own short film of the story back in 2008. It tells the tale of young couple, Max and Evelyn, whose relationship runs aground when they move in together, and Max discovers an unpleasant, controlling and manipulative side to his partner. While fearfully pondering how best to break up with her, fate intervenes and Evelyn is killed in a freak accident. Problem solved, as far as Max is concerned but, as he tries to move on with new love interest Olivia, Evelyn rises from the dead, »
- Sarah Myles
Though director Joe Dante is responsible for campy genre classics like Gremlins, The Burbs and Piranha, over the past 20 years, he's struggled to find his footing again. His films include the likes of Small Soldiers, Looney Tunes: Back in Action and The Hole in 2009. This past year he's directed a few episodes of the CBS remake series "Hawaii Five-0," but now he's ready for the big screen again. The Wrap has word that Dante will direct the horror comedy Burying the Ex for Voltage Pictures. The film is written by Alan Trezza, based on his short film of the same name which follows a relationship gone wrong and the undead. Read on! The film will follow Anton Yelchin as Max and Ashley Greene as Evelyn, a couple whose relationship crumbles after they decide to move in together. Evelyn turns out to be too controlling for Max, which scares him enough »
- Ethan Anderton
The Burbs director Joe Dante is set to direct a big screen adaptation of the short film Burying the Ex. The full-length feature will star Ashley Greene (The Twilight Saga), Anton Yelchin (Fright Night), Alexandra Daddario (Percy Jackson, Texas Chainsaw 3D), and Oliver Cooper (Project X).
According to The Wrap, the story "follows Max (Yelchin) and Evelyn (Greene) as their relationship takes a nose dive once they move in together. Max discovers how controlling and manipulative Evelyn is but he’s too scared to break up with her. When fate steps in and Evelyn dies in a freak accident, newly-single Max prepares to move on with Olivia (Daddario). His romantic life becomes complicated when Evelyn rises from the grave and sets out to get her boyfriend back, even if that means turning him into one of the undead."
I've enjoyed the films that Dante has made over the course of his career. »
- Joey Paur
One gets the impression that a dozen intriguingly bizarre films are always swirling around the mind of director Joe Dante, and it is a displeasure to see that the most recent work from him happened back in 2009 with “The Hole." Since then, a ‘60s-set biopic about Roger Corman and the ghost story “Casting The Runes” with Simon Pegg have been bandied about as potential next projects, but now some financing has come through for another, and it contains the kind twisted comedy and horror elements that you’d expect from the “Gremlins” helmer. The Wrap reports that Voltage Pictures has agreed to finance and produce “Burying The Ex," a new horror comedy written by Alan Trezza and set to star actor Anton Yelchin, Ashley Greene (“The Twilight Saga”), Alexandra Daddario (“Percy Jackson”) and Oliver Cooper (“Project X”). The film follows a young man, Max (Yelchin), as he moves in with »
- Charlie Schmidlin
Production has commenced on Voltage Pictures' new horror comedy 'Burying the Ex'. Legendary director Joe Dante ('Gremlins', 'Piranha') will be helming the project which revolves around a couple, Max and Evelyn, to be played by Anton Yelchin ('Fright Night') and the sexy Ashley Greene ('Twilight') respectively. When Evelyn accidentally gets killed and Max ultimately moves on to a new love the begrudged dead ex decides to rise from the grave. Dante will direct from a script provided by Alan Trezza the man behind the original short film of the same name that 'Burying the Ex' is based on. The awesome Alexandra Daddario -below ('Texas Chainsaw Massacre') will play the 'new' love interest. »
Take another look @ "Twilight" actress Ashley Greene in a recent issue of "Seventeen" magazine, plus her revealing footage for "SoBe" beverages.
Greene's acting break came in 2008 when she was cast as 'Alice Cullen' in "Twilight", reprising her role in the 2009 sequel "Twilight, The Twilight Saga: New Moon", 2010's "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse", 2011's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" and 2012's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2".
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Ashley Greene for "SoBe"...
- Michael Stevens
Ashley Greene is being sued over the fire she started in her West Hollywood apartment that killed her dog and injured the man who helped rescue fleeing residents.Adrian Mayorga just filed a lawsuit against the "Twilight" star -- obtained by TMZ -- in which he claims he was hurt while running through the smoke-filled hallways, while yelling and screaming for residents to flee. The doorman claims he suffered exhaustion, dehydration and smoke inhalation and ended up in the hospital. »
- TMZ Staff
Alan Trezza wrote the screenplay based on his short film of the same name. The story follows Max (Anton Yelchin), a young man who moves in with his girlfriend Evelyn (Ashley Greene), only to see their relationship plummet, although he is too afraid to break up with her. After Evelyn dies in a freak accident, Max tries to move on with Olivia (Alexandra Daddario). However, his life is upended once again when Evelyn comes back from the dead, determined to win back her boyfriend, even if that means turning him into a zombie.
Voltage Pictures is financing the horror-comedy and producing along with ArtImage Entertainment, Scooty Woop Entertainment and Act 4 Entertainment. Cassian Elwes is serving as executive producer alongside Voltage's Zev Foreman and Dominic Rustam. Production is »
It’s always great to see director Joe Dante back behind the camera. The Howling and Gremlins genre veteran’s next project and first since 2007s underrated 3D kids horror The Hole, will be a feature-length version of the short film Burying The Ex. Dante’s lined up the Fright Night remake’s Anton Yelchin for the male lead with Twilight stunner Ashley Greene as the unlucky needy girlfriend who refuses to allow him to move on… even when she’s passed away. Texas Chainsaw 3D beauty Alexandra Daddario will play his new lover. Rising newcomer Oliver Cooper will also feature.
Burying The Ex follows Max (Yelchin) and Evelyn (Greene) as their relationship takes a nose dive once they move in together. Max discovers how controlling and manipulative Evelyn is but he’s too scared to break up with her. When fate steps in and Evelyn dies in a freak accident, »
- Craig Hunter
Joe Dante made his return to horror in 2009 with The Hole, a fun family-friendly flick that I personally got a whole lot of enjoyment out of - no pun intended. Is there more horror on the way from the man who brought us Gremlins and The Howling? You betcha!
As reported by The Wrap, Dante is working on a horror comedy called Burying the Ex, which is being financed and produced by Voltage Pictures. Based on a short film of the same name, the Alan Trezza-penned script follows Max and Evelyn as their relationship takes a nose dive once they move in together.
Max discovers how controlling and manipulative Evelyn is, but he’s too scared to break up with her. When fate steps in and Evelyn dies in a freak accident, newly-single Max prepares to move on with Olivia. His romantic life becomes complicated when Evelyn rises from »
- John Squires
The short film Burying the Ex is now becoming a feature film under the direction of Joe Dante. According to TheWrap , Ashley Greene ("The Twilight Saga"), Anton Yelchin ( Fright Night ), Alexandra Daddario ("Percy Jackson" films, Texas Chainsaw 3D ) and Oliver Cooper ( Project X ) are set to star. Shooting begins in Los Angeles this month. Dante's last feature was The Hole and, since then, he has been directing episodes of "Hawaii Five-o." His latest is scripted by Alan Trezza. According to the site, the film "follows Max (Yelchin) and Evelyn (Greene) as their relationship takes a nose dive once they move in together. Max discovers how controlling and manipulative Evelyn is but he.s too scared to break up with her. When fate steps in »
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