Canwest News Service in Canada interviewed Cameron Bright about his acting career, including his role as Alec in New Moon and Eclipse:
As a member of the Twilight saga cast, and its pack of high-profile post-pubescent talent, Bright’s been able to bear witness to what’s become a pop-culture phenomenon.
“I have to say, it was kind of funny to be working on New Moon and heading out to set, listening to the The Beat, and hearing (local Vancouver DJ) Nira Aurora talk about trying to get on (the set). It was hilarious,” he says.
“In the end, it was just another set. . . . It’s like a clock. It moves forward, and if someone shows up and having a bad day, everyone else is probably going to have a bad day, too.”
Bright says New Moon, which hits DVD and Blu-ray this week, was a project like any other. As a 10-year veteran, Bright says just because the job came with an entire belief system and a galaxy of ravenous girl fans, it didn’t change the actual task at hand: acting.
“Look, I’m not a vampire, but I can be one. Every time I do a role, it’s me making myself an interesting person and pretending to be someone else. It doesn’t really matter what the actual part is. . . . It’s all the same process. You’re making fun of yourself in a way,” he says.
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