June 26, 2014

Check out Elle’s interview with Cam, wherein Cam shared a lot of things about himself and his interests. I’ve also added 5 tagged outtakes to the gallery!

Do you ever Google yourself?
Fuck no. I think I did when I first moved down here. I’d go on IMBD, but now it’s like, if I’m online, it’s either porn or emails. I don’t even do emails, really. So it’s just porn I guess.

What are your sites?
Well—It’s far too revealing. I’ll tell you later. I don’t even like phones. I can’t do Twitter. I mean, Instagram, I try as much as I can, but they’re really just of my kids. What’s the other one: MySpace or Facebook? I don’t do any of those.

How would you describe your style?
I would describe my style as “what is clean.” T-shirts and jeans. That’s pretty much it. Every once in a while I like to wear suits, but I mean, that’s not really a style.

Read the entire interview over at Elle.

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June 10, 2014

Check out this great interview with Cam featured in the new issue of Watch! Magazine, wherein he talked about his upcoming TV series, Reckless, fatherhood, and more.

Watch!: People always ask why you’re so good at playing villains, but it seems like Roy is one of the good guys.
Cam: He is a pretty good guy, damn it! Bad guys are always fun to play, but he is a good guy—a man who’s just trying to do the right thing. At least what he believes is the right thing, which is equally fun, you know? It’s not like he’s a goody two-shoes, and if something needs to be done, he’ll do it. He has a different moral center than some of the other characters I’ve played, but he’ll still handle it as a man, which is what I respect.

Watch!: Is that what attracted you to the role?
Cam: There were many different things. He’s at the top of his game—and I never got to play anything remotely similar to a lawyer, so it was a nice change of pace. And on top of that, when you think of typical lawyers, everyone has his clichéd version, but my character is the opposite of what a lawyer actually is. That’s what really drew me in: He’s a guy who has his own issues, dealing with his own things, doesn’t have it all figured out, but just a guy who likes to go fishing, hang out with his buddies, have a couple of beers and who likes to be a lawyer on his off time.

You can read the entire interview over at CBS Watch.

May 13, 2011

‘It’s not a vampire film,’ Maggie Q tells MTV News, saying the comic adaptation can’t be labeled so easily.
We’ve had our eyes and ears on the movie “Priest” for quite some time now, from its comic book beginnings to its star-studded feature-film adaptation, 3-D conversion and new release dates.

With the film’s arrival in theaters only days away, it’s time to take an even closer look at this unique thriller. Directed by Scott Stewart and starring Paul Bettany, Cam Gigandet, Maggie Q, Karl Urban and Lily Collins, “Priest” is the story of a specially trained warrior priest (Bettany) who must fight vampires in order to save his kidnapped niece (Collins).

Despite the words “thriller” and “vampire” being in the plot description, there is a lot more going on in this film. When MTV News caught up with the cast recently, we asked them to explain what kind of movie “Priest” really is.

“I think it’s really, a really satisfying mash-up of urban sci-fi, a little drop of Western in there, a lot of horror, and a shed-load of action,” Bettany said.

“We’ve been kind of going through that today: ‘How do we talk about this film? What do we say?’ ” Maggie Q wondered aloud. “It’s not a vampire film; it just isn’t. There are vampires in it, but vampires we’ve never seen before, so that’s even cooler.”

“I think what [Stewart has] successfully done is taken a whole mesh of different genres and come up with this new thing that really works,” Urban, who plays the villainous Black Hat, said. “It’s a postapocalyptic futuristic, sci-fi, Western- slash-horror thing.”

“We had seen pictures of the world Scott was creating,” Gigandet said when asked if he and his fellow castmembers were aware of how unique the film would look and how many genres would be included. “You get the feel from even the comics that we had looked at, and you kind of just get that sense, even when just looking on the sets, you know what world you’re stepping into, as well as the costumes,” he said.

“I was just going to say the costumes,” Collins added. “You look at his [costume] and then the priests, and then Maggie’s little leather getup, and I have a corset. I mean, you’re like, ‘What is this?’ It’s a blend of crazy. It’s epileptic.”

Source: MTV News