Video:Twilight - Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene Interviewswith Rebecca Murray
Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz were rushed on the red carpet of the "Sex Drive" premiere, yet they still made time to answer a question or two about "Twilight" - one of the most anticipated movies of 2008.See Transcript
Transcript:Twilight - Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene InterviewsRebecca Murray from About.com Hollywood Movies at the Los Angeles Premiere of Sex Drive.
Kellan Lutz ('Emmett') and Ashley Greene ('Alice') in Twilight
Publicist informs us we have one question…
Kellan Lutz: "One question! This better be the coolest question."
I just talked to you at RocknRolla.
Kellan Lutz: "You did."
It's too much pressure. What question do you want to answer?
Kellan Lutz: "I go free. No boxers, no briefs."
Ashley Greene: "I'm pregnant with his baby."
Kellan Lutz: "Whoa. Shhhh."
Ashley Greene: "You didn't know. I'm kidding. Kidding!"
How are you guys handling this pressure? All these fans crazy over this movie – how are you handling it?
Kellan Lutz: "I think… I mean, I'd like to answer that for the two of us kind of in a way."
Ashley Greene: "We're embracing it."
Kellan Lutz: "We're embracing it, but it's not changing us. Ashley's been the coolest girl – one of the coolest girls I've ever met out here, one of my closest friends, and she hasn't changed for one bit. We still do our board game nights and we still go out…"
Ashley Greene: "That's what we're doing after this. I kid you not."
Kellan Lutz: "We play board games, play Taboo, Pictionary. Whatever."
Ashley Greene: "We get our friends together and we go to our houses."
Kellan Lutz: "We're normal people. It's not going to change us. I'm happy to be a part of it and wherever it takes us, it's only for the best."
Ashley Greene: "It's just more exciting."
Is it tough to live up to the expectations of fans?
Ashley Greene: "They've been kind of supportive. I think that as long as everyone understands that we're also growing as actors. Stephenie Meyer was there to kind of oversee a lot of it so I think that she kept it fairly close to the book which takes a lot of pressure off that she was there during it, because she wrote it. But no, it's a little nerve-wracking but it's exciting. I wouldn't give it up for anything."