Call up Sean Faris right now and make things right.
[Page Six]Generally speaking Sharon Stone is totally fine with you talking about her, and if anything would prefer that you do more of it.
Both Jack and Ali (Aguilera) say that they left home because there was nobody whose life they wanted. I respect so many people where I’m from, and my parents, but it was more that I had to try something new and something that I didn’t know because this world is huge and I didn’t really know anything, living in such a small little city, up in Washington.
When you were a young guy, whose life did you want?
When I was walking on my way to meet her, I just got so much anxiety, and then, within 30 seconds of meeting her, all my nerves were gone. I was sitting there talking to her and she was so relaxed and just one of the coolest chicks I have ever met. Whatever felt natural, at that exact time, was what we ended up going with. Whenever I see it up on screen, I’m just like, “Oh, gosh, what were you thinking, you psycho.” Did you learn how to really play the piano for this? A few days prior to filming, they were like, “All right, we want to make it look real,” so I was like, “I can learn it,” but I was wrong.
I kept having to remind myself, “Wait, this is Cher. I was so lucky to have parents who supported me, 100%, with whatever I was doing, both financially and emotionally. Instead of becoming a bartender and trying to survive while trying to pursue your dreams, I didn’t have to worry about that aspect.
A fellow musician, Jack is shy about his own songwriting as he encourages Ali to take her rightful place on the stage. It’s what you have to do, so why not have fun with it? I tried as much as I could, but two or three notes is all I ended up getting. What did you think burlesque was before you did the movie? What I didn’t know was how humorous it can be and how it’s not taking itself seriously. It’s an actual art form, which actually made it even sexier because there is that mystique and playfulness in there.
He portrayed the role of the villainous bad boy and fighting champion Ryan Mc Carthy who sets out to take down the film's protagonist.
In December 2007, Summit Entertainment cast Gigandet in the planned film adaptation of the best selling vampire book series Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.
is an American actor whose credits include a recurring role on The O. and appearances in feature films Twilight, Pandorum, Never Back Down, Burlesque, Easy A, The Roommate and Priest.
He also starred in the short-lived CBS legal drama series Reckless.If you're actor Cam Gigandet (Burlesque, The Roommate, Never Back Down, The O. I hadn’t done anything at that point and he was a little bit of an ass.