Archive for Cam Gigandet

Cam Gigandet Filming Burlesque

Posted in Los Angeles, Movies, twilight with tags on February 6, 2010 by chasingcullens
Cam Gigandet is a Shutter Bug

Cam Gigandet grabs his camera and snaps pictures while filming scenes for his new film Burlesque in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday (February 4).

The 27-year-old Twilight actor’s film will be delayed due to the new 3-D movie trend.

Cam’s new action movie, Priest, will be delayed from the original August release date to January 14, 2011 as it undergoes 3-D conversion.

Sony also announced that it will be delaying Cam’s other movie The Roommate from September 17 to February of next year.

JustJared

Twilight Sagas Stars’ 2010 Movies

Posted in Eclipse, Movies, New Moon with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 9, 2009 by chasingcullens
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'
Summit Entertainment

The Twilight cast is positively gigantic at this point. With The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse complete, the list of cast members has grown significantly. There are some who play, well, bigger roles in the film series (i.e., Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner), but even with a cast this formidable, each and every actor in the series holds a special place in the hearts of Twilight fans who support their careers even outside of the series.

There are a few whose 2010 adventures have been well elucidated and explored. For instance, the fact that they’ll be showing in the summer’s The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is pretty much a given.

Even still, a comprehensive round-up of where you’ll see the Twilight cast in 2010 couldn’t hurt, now could it? This’ll be continually updated as more information comes in, by the way.

(In alphabetical order by first name):

  • Anna Kendrick (“Jessica Stanley”): Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (March 30, 2010) – Director Edgar Wright; Studio Universal Pictures; Starring Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin, Chris Evans, Brandon Routh, Alison Pill, and Jason Schwartzman.
  • Ashley Greene (“Alice Cullen”): Skateland (2010) – Director Anthony Burns; Studio Freeman Film; Starring Taylor Handley, Brett Cullen, Shiloh Fernandez, A.J. Buckley, and James LeGros.
  • Ayanna Berkshire (“Cora”): Train Master II: Jeremiah’s Treasure (2010) – Director Phil Bransom; Studio Phil Bransom Productions; Starring Solomon Trimble, Jeanine Jackson, Betty Moyer, and Mercedes Rose.
  • Billy Burke (“Charlie Swan”): Shadow Play (2010) – Director Nick Simon; Studio Silvatar Media; Starring Mark Kelly, Oz Perkins, Emma Caulfield, Kelly Brook, and Elliott Gould
  • Billy Burke (“Charlie Swan”): Highland Park (September 29, 2010) – Director Andrew Meieran; Studio The Bureau of Moving Pictures; Starring Danny Glover, Parker Posey, Michelle Forbes, and Deborah Ann Woll.
  • Boo Boo Stewart (“Seth Clearwater”): Smitty (2010) – Director David M. Evans; Studio TriCoast Studios; Starring Mira Sorvino, Peter Fonda, Louis Gossett, Jr., Lolita Davidovich, Daisy Hamilton, and Brandon Tyler Russell.
  • Boo Boo Stewart (“Seth Clearwater”): Logan (May, 2010) – Director Kyle Lawrence; Studio Logan Films; Starring Leo Howard, and Patrick Probst.
  • Cam Gigandet (“James”): Five Star Day (2010) – Director Danny Buday; Studio Five Star Day; Starring Jena Malone, Mark Boone Junior, and Julianna Guill.
  • Cam Gigandet (“James”): Easy A (March, 2010) – Director Will Gluck; Studio Screen Gems; Starring Emma Stone, Stanley Tucci, Amanda Bynes, Lisa Kudrow, Patricia Clarkson, Alyson Michalka, and Malcom McDowell.
  • Cam Gigandet (“James”): The Roommate (September 17, 2010) – Director Christian E. Christiansen; Studio Vertigo Entertainment/Screen Gems; Starring Minka Kelly, Leighton Meester, Alyson Michalka, Danneel Harris, and Matt Lanter.
  • Cam Gigandet (“James”): Priest (October 1, 2010) – Director Scott Stewart; Studio Buckaroo Entertainment/Screen Gems; Starring Paul Bettany, Maggie Q, and Stephen Moyer.
  • Cam Gigandet (“James): Kerosene Cowboys (November 7, 2010) – Director Mario Van Peebles; Studio Svarog Films Company; Starring Rachael Leigh Cook, Shane West, Bill Pullman, and Jason Gray-Stanford.
  • Cam Gigandet (“James”): Burlesque (November 24, 2010) – Director Steve Antin; Studio De Line Pictures/Screen Gems; Kristen Bell, Stanley Tucci, Eric Dane, Alan Cumming, Julianne Hough, Christian Aguilera, Cher, Dita Von Teese, and Stephen Lee.
  • Dakota Fanning (“Jane”): The Runaways (2010) – Director Floria Sigismondi; Studio River Road Entertainment; Starring Kristen Stewart, Alia Shawkat, Scout Taylor-Compton, Michael Shannon, Tatum O’Neal, and Johnny Lewis.
  • Graham Greene (“Harry Clearwater”): Valley of the Sun (2010) – Director Stoke McIntyre; Studio Hotbed Media; Starring Barry Corbin, Johnny Whitworth, and Heather Burns.
  • Graham Greene (“Harry Clearwater”): Running Mates (2010) – Director Thomas Michael; Studio Fella Films; Starring DJ Qualls, Henry Winkler, Linda Kash, Jane McLean, and Mike Beaver.
  • Graham Greene (“Harry Clearwater”): Gunless (March, 2010) – Director William Phillips; Studio Rhombus Media; Starring Sienna Guillory, Dustin Milligan, Paul Gross, and Tyler Mane.
  • Jack Huston (“Royce King”): Mr. Nice (February 26, 2010) – Director Bernard Rose; Starring Rhys Ifans, David Thewlis, Chloe Sevigny.
  • Jackson Rathbone (“Jasper Hale”): Girlfriend (2010) – Director Justin Lerner; Studio Wayne/Lauren Film Company; Starring Amanda Plummer, Shannon Woodward, Jerad Anderson, and Harrison Lees.
  • Jackson Rathbone (“Jasper Hale”): Dread (January 29, 2010) – Director Anthony DiBlasi; Studio After Dark Films; Starring Shaun Evans, Hanne Steen, Laura Donnelly, and Jonathan Readwin.
  • Jackson Rathbone (“Jasper Hale”): The Last Airbender (July 2, 2010) – Director M. Night Shyamalan; Studio Paramount Pictures; Starring Cliff Curtis, Dev Patel, Randall Duk Kim, Nichola Peltz, Jessica Andres, Seychelle Gabriel, Noah Ringer, Shaun Toub, and Aasif Mandvi.
  • Jamie Campbell Bower (“Caius”): London Boulevard (April, 2010) – Director William Monahan; Studio GK Films; Starring Keira Knightley, Colin Farrell, Anna Friel, Ray Winstone, Stephen Graham, David Thewlis, and Matt King.
  • Jamie Campbell Bower (“Caius”): Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part I (November 19, 2010) – Director David Yates; Studio Warner Bros. Pictures; Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Alan Rickman, Bonnie Wright, Michael Gambon, Tom Felton, John Hurt, and Maggie Smith.
  • Jose Zuniga (“Mr. Molina”): Fire Bay (2010) – Director Randall Fried; Studio Dragon Fire Films; Starring Michael Biehn, Robert Forster, Thekla Reuten, and John Allen Nelson.
  • Kellan Lutz (“Emmett Cullen”): Meskada (2010) – Director Josh Sternfeld; Studio Aliquot Films; Starring Nick Stahl, Rachel Nichols, and Jonathan Tucker.
  • Kellan Lutz (“Emmett Cullen”): A Nightmare On Elm Street (April 30, 2010) – Director Samuel Bayer; Studio New Line Cinema/Warner Bros. Pictures; Starring Jackie Earle Haley, Rooney Mara, Kyle Gallner, Katie Cassidy, and Thomas Dekker.
  • Kristen Stewart (“Bella Swan”): Welcome To The Rileys (January 2010) – Director Jake Scott; Studio Argonaut Pictures; Starring James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, David Jenson, Lance E. Nichols, and Kathy Lamkin.
  • Kristen Stewart (“Bella Swan”): The Runaways (2010) – Director Floria Sigismondi; Studio River Road Entertainment; Starring Dakota Fanning, Alia Shawkat, Scout Taylor-Compton, Michael Shannon, Tatum O’Neal, and Johnny Lewis.
  • Matt Bushell (“Phil Dwyer”): Rough Hustle (2010) – Director Delaney Dragon; Studio DFILM; Starring Michael Welch, Joe Estevez, and Natalia Livingston.
  • Michael Sheen (“Aro”): Alice In Wonderland (March 5, 2010) – Director Tim Burton; Studio Walt Disney Pictures; Starring Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Stephen Fry, Crispin Glover, Anne Hathaway, Christopher Lee, Alan Rickman, Timothy Spall, and Matt Lucas.
  • Michael Sheen (“Aro”): Beautiful Boy (2010) – Director Shawn Ku; Studio First Point Entertainment; Starring Maria Bello and Moon Bloodgood.
  • Michael Sheen (“Aro”): Tron Legacy (December 17, 2010) – Director Joseph Kosinski; Studio LivePlanet/Walt Disney Pictures; Starring Jeff Bridges, Olivia Wilde, Garrett Hedlund, Serinda Swan, and James Frain.
  • Michael Welch (“Mike Newton”): Rough Hustle (2010) – Director Delaney Dragon; Studio DFILM; Starring Matt Bushell, Joe Estevez, and Natalia Livingston.
  • Michael Welch (“Mike Newton”): Unrequited (June 8, 2010) – Director Jason Epperson; Studio The Group Entertainment; Starring Clare Carey, David Keith, Sarah Habel, Gregory Allan Williams, Justin Baldoni, and Brett Rice.
  • Rachelle Lefevre (“Victoria”): Casino Jack (May 23, 2010) – Director George Hickenlooper; Studio Rollercoaster Entertainment; Starring Kelly Preston, Kevin Spacey, Barry Pepper, Jon Lovitz, and Yannick Bisson.
  • Rachelle Lefevre (“Victoria”): Barney’s Version (August 17, 2010) – Director Richard J. Lewis; Studio Serendipity Point Films; Starring Bruce Greenwood, Dustin Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Rosamund Pike, Minnie Driver, Scott Speedman, and Mark Addy.
  • Robert Pattinson (“Edward Cullen”): Remember Me (March 12, 2010) – Director Allen Coulter; Studio Summit Entertainment; Starring Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, and Lena Olin.
  • Sarah Clarke (“Renee Dwyer”): Below The Beltway (2010) – Director Dave Fraunces, Studio TIN OR W Productions; Starring Tate Donovan, Kip Pardue, Spencer Garrett.
  • Solomon Trimble: Train Master II: Jeremiah’s Treasure (2010) – Director Phil Bransom; Studio Phil Bransom Productions; Starring Ayanna Berkshire, Jeanine Jackson, Betty Moyer, and Mercedes Rose.
  • Taylor Lautner (“Jacob Black”): Valentine’s Day (February 12, 2010) – Director Garry Marshall; Studio Karz Entertainment/New Line Cinema; Starring Anne Hathaway, Bradley Cooper, Julia Roberts, Taylor Swift, Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Patrick Dempsey, Topher Grace, Ashton Kutcher, Emma Roberts, Jennifer Garner, Jamie Foxx, Joe Jonas, Eric Dane, Queen Latifah, George Lopez, Shirley MacLaine, and Christine Lakin.
  • Tinsel Korey (“Emily Young”): Stained (2010) – Director Karen Lam; Studio Angel Entertainment; Starring Stephen Huszar, Sonja Bennett, Steph Song, and Anna Mae Routledge.

So far, that’s about it.

Examiner

That’s a DILF!!!

Posted in twilight with tags , on November 8, 2009 by chasingcullens

DNP Random Things 

Cam Gigandet gave his fans a real aaaahhhh moment when he strolled down an L.A. street Friday carrying his baby daughter Everleigh Ray in a sling while holding hands with his gorgeous wife.

Cam, wife Dominique Geisendorff and their adorable baby stopped for lunch at the popular Toast Bakery Cafe where they sat at a sidewalk table.

Cam loves nothing more than spending time with the two most important ladies in his life.

Radaronline

 

Christina Aguilera 2 Debut Acting With Cam

Posted in Movies, twilight with tags , , on September 22, 2009 by chasingcullens

‘It’s a very sexy, sexy movie,’ actor says of ‘Burlesque.’

One is a living legend in music and movies, the other is a living legend about to make her movie debut. Now, Cher and Christina Aguilera are being joined by a red-hot “Twilight” star who will be appearing in his first musical opposite the two famous females: Cam Gigandet.

“I’m shooting a movie called ‘Burlesque’ with Christina Aguilera in her acting debut,” Gigandet revealed when he stopped by the MTV studio recently. “And Cher.”

Xtina’s fans have been eager to learn details on “Burlesque” since the project was announced last June, especially since it will mark her big-screen debut. Some might be questioning Aguilera’s acting skills, but at least they know she’ll have a talented leading man at her side.

“It’s about a girl from the Midwest who moves out to Los Angeles to pursue her career as a singer,” explained Gigandet, whose busy post-“Twilight” schedule has him releasing the sci-fi flick “Pandorum” this weekend. “Obviously, it’s Christina Aguilera, so she has an amazing voice. She finds a club run by Cher, a burlesque club. And she takes it to a whole new level and, of course, meets me — the love of her life.

“I am a struggling piano player, and I’m currently working as a bartender at Cher’s burlesque club,” Gigandet said of his character. “Christina and I meet, fall in love, and drama ensues.”

The next question is an obvious one for “Twilight” fans: Will Cam sing and dance? When we asked the star, he hesitated to even call “Burlesque” a musical. “That’s interesting — I don’t know. There’s music in it, and they do sing. I mean, they’re at a burlesque club, so they do sing and dance,” he explained. “It’s a very sexy, sexy movie.”

But this much Cam would confirm: He will not be singing any two-part harmonies with his new leading lady. “Oh right, a duet with me and Christina?” he laughed, looking forward to the film that begins shooting in December. “That would be like Kermit the Frog and Christina. I can’t sing.”

mtv

robstenlovers

Scream Awards!

Posted in Awards/Events, Los Angeles, twilight with tags , , , , on September 2, 2009 by chasingcullens

1251418911876The Scream Awards are held on Spike TV at the Greek Theatre in LA. The show is taped on Saturday October 17th, and will air on TV Tuesday October 27th at 10pm ET.

Twilight is nominated for –

  • The Ultimate Scream – Twilight
  • Best Fantasy Film – Twilight
  • Best Fantasy Actress – Kristen Stewart, Twilight
  • Best Fantasy Actor – Robert Pattinson, Twilight
  • Best Supporting Actress – Ashley Greene, Twilight
  • Best Breakout Performance – Taylor Lautner, Twilight
  • Robert Pattinson, Twilight
  • Best Ensemble – Twilight
  • Scream Song of the Year – “Decode” by Paramore, Twilight
  • Best Villain – Cam Gigandet as James

Lets get voting!! Click here to vote!

source

Cam will play alongside Friend’s Lisa Kudrow!

Posted in Movies with tags , on August 29, 2009 by chasingcullens

Twilight bad boy Cam Gigandet and Friends funny girl Lisa Kudrow will appear in the 2010 comedy Easy A. Even though Cam was ripped to shreds in the blockbuster vampire flick, he isn’t having trouble finding great work, and great actors to work with.

Kudrow, who also starred in P.S. I Love You and Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, will play a very memorable teacher in the upcoming film.

Unfortunately for lovable Lisa, her buzz-worthy performances aren’t the only things people remember about her. In 2002, Kudrow admitted to going under the knife when she was only 16! She explained that she got a rhinoplasty—a nose job—because she was unsatisfied with her nose. “I had a hook nose, and now it’s certainly smaller, but I’m not even sure I love how that turned out,” she told Allure magazine. “I think plastic surgery looks weird.”

Lisa isn’t the only starlet to undergo plastic surgery at such a young age. Britney Spears recently confessed to Rolling Stone that her mother let her get breast implants as a teen. 22-year-old Hills star Heidi Montag went under the knife for a breast augmentation and a rhinoplasty (garnering her a recent spread in Playboy). And, Melrose Place diva Ashlee Simpson also altered the shape of her nose with the help of a doc at the young age of 21, as well

Happy Birthday Cam!

Posted in twilight with tags on August 17, 2009 by chasingcullens

Born 27 years ago in Tacoma, Washington, Cam Gigandet no idea that a little movie called Twilight would change is career forever.

To say Cam’s career has taken off is an understatement. Gigandet has nine films either in the can or in post and pre-production. Here’s a little trivia for you Cam fans via imdb:

– His girlfriend got him to start reading the Twilight series two months before he got the part of James.

– Has two tattoos, one on his right arm and the other on his left hip that says “Godspeed”.

– His last name is pronounced “Ji-GON-Day”.

– Has a black belt in the Israeli martial art of Krav Maga.

– Daughter, Everleigh Ray Gigandet, born on April 14, 2009. She weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz.

Socilaitelife