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IOL pic nov13 twilight ashley greene Associated Press Actress Ashley Greene speaks to fans during the Twilight Fan Camp concert outside the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.

London - Ashley Greene wants to win an Oscar.

The 25-year-old actress - who is most famous for playing the vampire Alice Cullen in The Twilight Saga franchise - revealed her lofty career ambitions ahead of the release of the final movie in the series.

She told Seventeen magazine: “In five years time I hope to be healthy and happy. Ideally my career will be extremely stable. I really don't want to be here for a minute and then gone the next. In five years I wouldn't be opposed to having a husband and thinking about kids. Okay, maybe 10 years for that! And I want to win an Oscar or an Emmy.”

Ashley - who has dated Joe Jonas - also revealed she still loves her former boyfriends.

She said: “I certainly have been in love. I can still love an ex as a person, regardless if the breakup was bad. I would never wish anything negative on them. It takes more energy to hate them than to wish them well.”

While the Breaking Dawn Part 2 star is sad that the movie series has come to an end, she revealed the cast made sure to go out with a bang.

She explained: “We secretly co-ordinated a surprise dance-off during a scene! We were all in on it, but (the director) Bill Condon didn't know. All the vampires were supposed to charge at each other and destroy each other, and instead we just started dancing! Everyone did it - the Cullen clan and probably 20 vampire extras! It was such an amazing way to end it all.” - Bang Showbiz


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