Cameron Bright Grows Up
"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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