"I heard he got in trouble for cutting his hair," Greene, who will return in the much-anticipated Twilight follow-up, New Moon, as vampire beauty Alice Cullen, told us last night at the In Style/WB Golden Globes afterparty. "But what can I say? I like guys with longer hair."
She promises not to raz the British hottie too much about the new 'do.
"I think he's getting enough flack, I'm sure," she said. "I mean his every move is recorded and photographed and documented, so I'm not going to give him a hard time."
"Everyone loves him," Greene said. "I think it's absolutely ridiculous to think that someone could replace him." (Lautner continued his quest to beef up for the role by downing ravioli and lasagna from Bertolli Oven Bake Meals on Friday at Access Hollywood's "Stuff You Must..." gifting suite).
A New Moon script is still being finalized, but Greene says she's been assured by people in the know that Weitz & Co. aren't straying far from the novel. "They're keeping it fairly close to the book, which is great for me, because if you read it, I'm definitely in it," Greene said. "It's difficult to put that large of a book into a screenplay and put it on film and capture what everyone's thinking. It's difficult, but they're trying their best."
—Additional reporting by Dahvi Shira