Jamie Campbell Bower confirms that pressure often sense that the sexiest woman in Hollywood right now.
He told at London’s BT Tower
“I think, possibly within the next ten years, we’re going to hear a lot more men talking about (the pressure to look good),’”
“The last movie I did, The Mortal Instruments, when I got the role I was out of shape and I had to get in shape. Putting it that way makes it sound simple, well it is. But with that comes self-criticism and it does get difficult”
He continued: “Obviously there’s a pressure on men as well to look a certain way and to be big or muscular. When they’re not it’s like, “Oh my God Leonardo DiCaprio’s gotten fat” and it’s like, do you know what, he’s not he’s not going to be a 17-year-old boy forever.”
He also added about audition for Christian Grey role of 50 Shades of Grey
“I think there would have been uproar (if I’d got it),’ he said. ‘I’ve done on-screen sex before but I’m not particularly sexy. I would have felt a bit like Austin Powers.”
Lead two actors Jamie Campbell Bower and Kevin Zegers talk about their movie ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ with RedEye’s Matt Pais
Anothermag.com published an Interview by Paul Moody with Jamie Campbell Bower on their website , can read below :
t’s difficult to stand out amid the identikit handsome film stars thronging the Hollywood stage, but Jamie Campbell Bower is burning bright. Matching an odd alabaster beauty with a healthy dose of humour, the young actor is “refreshingly candid” in Paul Moody’s interview for the 17th edition of Another Man.
“This business takes rebellious people and turns them into commodities,” he says. “When I was 16, I used to hang out at the Nambucca pub in North London and see The Libertines play live. They were the age I am now, and they were genuinely trying to break down the barriers between performer and audience. It really inspired me. To be honest, I aspire to that far more than starring in the next Hollywood blockbuster. But I’m aware that this industry likes to put people in a box.”
Evading the box and setting forth into unchartered territory is at the heart of the latest issue of Another Man, which is themed around the notion of the modern pioneer. In that spirit, we asked Campbell Bower to name his adventuring essentials and for the song that would soundtrack his journey into the unknown.
Who is your pioneer hero?
Who would be your ideal companion for an adventure?
My dog Baya.
What are your three essentials for a journey into the unknown?
Fearlessness, excitement and a change of underpants.
What song would you listen to?
Shooting the Moon, by Mona.
Jamie Campbell Bower reveal that his favorite hobby is inking new tattoo on his own body after finished film
He tells Britain’s Daily Mail, “I always get a tattoo whenever I finish a film. I wanted a couple of roses done. I decided to go and have a look at the parlour I like, but they were closed for the day, which was such a shame – I’ll have to fit in a visit before I go back to L.A.”
Original published on Hungertv.com
YOU WERE LAST SEEN IN THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS, CAN YOU TALK TO US ABOUT YOUR CHARACTER?
Jamie Campbell Bower: The character I play is Jace. He’s a bit of an arsehole. He’s cocky. He’s self-aware but ultimately very vulnerable. He falls in love with a character called Clary Fray played by Lily Collins. [They] go on this bizarre journey to try and find her mother.
YOU’RE WORKING WITH LOTS OF PEOPLE YOUR OWN AGE, AND YOU ALSO DID INTHE TWILIGHT SAGA. WHAT’S IT LIKE ON SET WITH A BUNCH OF PEOPLE IN THEIR 20S?
You always have fun on set. You’re always going to have a common bond. There’s always going to be music you can relate to – growing up my biggest bands were SUM 41 and Blink 182 – so there’s an admission for you. Working with people of a similar age, you can connect with that.
JACE IS COVERED IN TATTOOS. BUT YOU’VE GOT QUITE A FEW YOURSELF. HOW DOES THAT WORK FOR THE FILM?
I have to get covered up, and then they put new ones on me. When I first started working, before I had to do any naked scenes, it didn’t take very long. Then when I started doing naked scenes, it started taking a bit longer.
DOES IT PISS THEM OFF, YOU HAVING TATTOOS?
Once, half way through filming Anonymous, I got a cover-up [tattoo] of a girl’s name. They were pretty livid about that, because it was fresh and they couldn’t put much makeup on it.