Cameron Bright is used to being in a controversy. After all he once starred with Nicole Kidman in movie about a young boy claiming to be her incarnated husband. But with his inclusion in the Twilight Saga, he is now receiving a kind of attention he has not experienced before.
M&C- The Birth bathtub scene caused such a stir. How did your friends and family respond to it and the role you played?
CB – Beats me. I don’t know. They were like me, they yawned a little bit. For a ten year old boy, it’s not the greatest movie. Now that I watch it I can totally tell the difference and saw what I did was good. It was a creepy movie.
M&C – Your character Alec the Volturi only appears briefly in New Moon but we’ll see more of him in Eclipse. How did you flesh him out aside from the book and script?
CB – It’s hard to say what I added. All these characters are so multi-dimensional, but you can do what you want. No one knows how to play a vampire; you can really play it however you want. No one character in Twilight is the same, that’s what so great about it.
M&C – The Twilight storm is so over the top. What do you think about the fans have reacted to it?
CB- It’s amazing, the things I’ve gotten to do – travel to Australia, go to Twilight conventions around the world, and meet people who’ve been following me and watching my career since I was 6. I’m 17 and I live in a town of 100,000 people and not very many people get to do that. People ask me if I’d turn back because of the hype but I don’t regret anything I’ve done in my life. If I can’t walk down the street, there is a possibility that I would turn into Robert Pattinson, I would regret it. But no one strong armed me into doing this and no one really cares.
M&C – What kinds of cool things have happened to you because of Twilight?
CB – It’s pretty funny. I got to go to Rome for the Twilight Film Festival showing the trailer and couple of us showed up there. I travel around with the movie. My friends haven’t even to Vancouver or even off the island where I live. And I’ve been to Australia, Shanghai, and Rome. I got to be on my favourite TV interview shows.
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