Now that Ashley Greene has her contract nailed down for Breaking Dawn, it's all business (and a little bit of pampering) for the brunette beaut.

We ran into Ash yesterday at Kari Feinstein's MTV Movie Awards Style Lounge at the Montage Beverly Hills, where she dished about what's going on with the final flick being one or two movies.

She couldn't possibly be the difficult Twilight star we alluded to yesterday, right?

First things first, Ashley says she's rooting for Breaking Dawn to be broken up (shocker).

"I think everyone wants to split it in two, just because it's such a huge story, and we want to kind of actually capture everything and keep everyone happy," Ash dished, rather matter-of-factly. "But who knows. It's kind of up to the writers and everyone to see what's best, but I'm hoping for two."

Another reason Ash is pumped to get rolling on the final film or films: Academy Award-winning director Bill Condon, who she has yet to meet with to discuss B.D.

"I'm sure I will [meet him] in the near future. I'm really excited to work with him."

Greene just finished shooting Butter in Louisiana with Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Garner, so she plans to take it easy this summer before Breaking Dawn.

Back to the real question you all are wondering. Is Ash taking it easy on Summit? We know Kristen Stewart has been pretty easy to deal with, especially thanks to her eagerness to finally apologize for the rape remark (bad case of not thinking before speaking), and because we're so happy it's Friday, we'll give you an "And It Ain't" for our fussy, mystery Twi star.

Greene is not the castmember making a stink behind the scenes. See, it's so simple with actors. Give ‘em the money and they shut up!

And for those who have been asking, sure, a diva can be a guy or a girl.

Additional reporting by Taryn Ryder

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Photos: Get ready for a Total Eclipse.

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