It's been four years since the final Twilight film was released, but we still can't resist hearing some inside scoop about our favorite vampire film franchise.

Ashley Greene, who played Alice Cullen in the films, met up with E! News' Sibley Scoles to answer 10 questions about all things Twilight. She went on record about everything from what she took from the set, how she got the role, and even Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's on- and off-screen romance.

Greene said of who she keeps in touch with from the cast, it would probably be Kellan Lutz and Rob the most. But when it came to any on-set romances or crushes? She admitted she had a soft spot for Jackson Rathbone "Oh yeah, I definitely had a crush on Jackson when we first started working together. He's just such a little Southern gentleman and he's so artistically brilliant," she said during her Muscle Milk-hosted workout class with her trainer in West Hollywood at Rise Nation. "So yeah, mad crush on him."

Greene also revealed that landing the role of Alice Cullen was no easy feat. She described the grueling audition process and how badly she wanted the role despite feeling discouraged at times. "I originally auditioned for Bella," she shared, "and then they brought me back in for Alice, and then I had to audition for her like, five times to get the role. I mean, they literally made me sit on pins and needles just kind of narrowing it down between me and a billion girls, and then me and five [girls], and then me and two [girls], and when I finally got the call I was beyond happy. I cried."

And when asked about the famed romance between R.Pattz and K.Stew, Greene said she and the cast definitely knew before the couple went public. But to our surprise she said her co-stars didn't really show any affection on set: "I think they were keeping it professional."

Twilight may have ended, but it will be forever in our hearts!

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