Garnering a feature in yet another publication, Ashley Greene adorns the pages of the year-ending December 2011 issue of Company.
The Alice Cullen actress opened up with the magazine about a range of topics including the "Twilight" experience, making it in Tinseltown and how she likes to spend her free time.
Highlights from Ashley's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to visit Company!
On the best thing about the "Twilight" experience:
“To work with incredible directors is like a crash course for acting. And we [the cast] have all become a family so it has been nice, personally and as an actor, to learn and grow with these people, and to have someone to relate to who is in the same circumstances. The amount of attention and insanity surrounding those films changed all our lives. But it happened to us together and it’s had a tremendous effect on how close we are now.”
On the difficulty of making it in Hollywood:
"It has always been hard, but it is now very competitive. It's hard to break out, and it is still hard for me - I am fighting for my next job. Nothing is set in stone. So you have to really love acting to go through that grind every day. But once you get a role, it's worth it."
On her dream role:
"A couple of projects have caught my eye. I want to do another action film because I had a ton of fun when we did stunt work [on Breaking Dawn]. We did fight training and personal training - we worked our butts off and pretty much did every stunt we possibly could ourselves."
On what she does for fun:
"I like to shop; I like fashion. I like things that are not too super-girly but have a feminine twist. And I'm excited by amazing dresses! It's nice because, in everyday life, I like to be comfortable and put together, but on the red carpet, I love being glamorous. The whole dressing up thing is every girl's fantasy."