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“Twilight’s” Ashley Greene appears to take a dig at co-star Kristen Stewart in a new interview.
She’s very attuned to her god-given good looks and seems to have her feet on the ground in the wake of her rise to fame.
“I don’t want to be in the press for the wrong reasons,” she tells the magazine.
“I want people to say ‘You’re a good actress,” not ‘I saw you at that party.'”She also thinks she got the best of both worlds from her role in “Twilight.” “I’m lucky because I don’t get typecast,” she says.
“Rob [Pattinson] is so screwed.”Her post-“Twilight” film work includes star turns with Miley Cyrus in “LOL: Laughing Out Loud,” and “The Boom Boom Room,” with Christopher Walken, Shirley Mac Laine and Adam Beach.Most of my friends I've known since sixth grade and are out of the industry."It gives me a sense of reality rather than surrounding myself with a bunch of actors." Movies: Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 Posters On learning to deal with the media hype, she said: "You can't control the paparazzi.In an interview a year ago in November, Reed said for the first time that it wasn’t all fun and games on the set and that rivalries and petty jealousies existed among cast members that caused some to be less than “best friends.” The reference was clearly to Stewart.Reed was reported to have a falling out with Stewart in 2009 during filming of “New Moon.” Greene also auditioned to play Bella, but Stewart had the part by the time Reed joined the film.But Greene is much more than her “Twilight” character.