5 Star Day (2010)
The Opening Night Honorary Awards Ceremony will take place Thursday, Oct. 20 at the Roosevelt Hotel (7000 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood) benefiting The Finaza Foundation. Celebrity honorees and attendees include Cam Gigandet (Twilight), Kristin Bauer (True Blood), Drew Powell (Straw Dogs), Aldis Hodge (Leverage), Isabel Lucas (Transformers), Jena Malone (Sucker Punch), Josh Lawson (The Wedding Party), Missi Pyle, Maurice Benard, Michael Caulfield, Jon Lovitz, Morgan Fairchild, Tom Arnold, Janice Dickinson, Amber Benson, Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, Kelly Osborne and Ru Paul.
Red carpet arrivals will begin at 8 p.m. on a GoGreenSolar-litcarpet, with the Honorary Awards Ceremony at 9 p.
Joined by his lady Dominique Geisendorff and their daughter Everleigh, the “Twilight” stud grabbed lunch at the Kings Road Café while nearby paparazzi snapped up pics.
Mr. Gigandet and Ms. Geisendorff hit up the Newport Beach Film Festival last week to promote his new movie “Five Star Day.”
As for upcoming gigs, Cam will be appearing with singer Christina Aguilera in “Burlesque” on November 24th, 2010.
HollywoodNews.com: It’s been nearly two years since the release of “Twilight”, and, as happens in most fantasy films, there have been some character casualties. Here is a listing of projects the bad vamps from “Twilight” have been engaged with since the film:
Cam Gigandet. Since his role as James in “Twilight”, Gigandet has appeared in a series of mind-bending films ranging in genre from horror, to sci-fi, to sci-fi meets romantic drama. The most widely publicized of was the horror flick “The Unborn” (2009), in which he plays the boyfriend of a woman with an unborn twin who has (literally) come back to haunt her. “Pandorum”(2009) finds Gigandet as a one of a team of futuristic astronauts who awaken on a deserted spaceship to find an evil force aboard. In “Five Star Day” (2010 – the most easygoing of his recent releases) he stars a zodiac skeptic on
“Five Star Day,” starring Cam Gigandet and Jena Malone, marks the feature directorial debut for Orange County native Danny Buday, who is also the film’s producer and screenwriter.
Following the red carpet screening, the festival, in partnership with Esquire magazine, will host an Opening Night Gala at the Bloomingdale’s Courtyard in Fashion Island (401 Newport Center Dr.), featuring culinary creations from 25 Newport Beach area restaurants, a fashion show presented by Fashion Island and a special performance of “Mystère” by Cirque du Soleil.
Directed by Gary Winick and written by Oscar-nominated writer Jose Rivera, “Letters to Juliet” stars Amanda Seyfried,
This time, it will be in a Screen Gems film adaptation of the comic book Priest. From The Hollywood Reporter:
Gigandet will star opposite Paul Bettany in “Priest,” a horror Western that Scott Stewart is directing for Screen Gems. Adapted by Cory Goodman from a TokyoPop comic book, “Priest” is set in a world ravaged by centuries of war between man and vampires and follows a warrior priest (Bettany) who turns against the church to track down a murderous band of vampires who have kidnapped his niece. Gigandet plays a young wasteland sheriff who is part vampire. He partners with Bettany to save the girl he loves, the niece. That latter part has yet to be cast.
The Daily Beast predicts this promising crop of young actors will hit the big time this year. From Lenny Kravitz’ daughter to Michael Cera’s girlfriend, meet the class of 2009.
Yes, you’ve seen Channing before. He was in the teen dance-off Step Up, the Queens indie A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, and the Iraq soldier drama Stop-Loss. But 2009 is going to be the Year of Tatum. (You heard it here first.) He will star opposite Big Love’s Amanda Seyfried in Dear John, the latest adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel to transition to the big screen—basically, this year’s The Notebook. Then he appears in Michael Mann’s 1930s gangster noir,
"Dominique thinks that Cam is the one she's going to marry," Dominique's grandmother, Helen Feldman, tells Star. "And I believe Cam feels the same way about her. They're very serious."
Cam, nevertheless, refuses to comment on the dating report. "I can't talk to you," so he tells Star when the publication reaches him at the apartment he shares with Dominique for comment.
Star offers further details about the love relationship of Cam Gigandet and Dominique Geisendorff on its December 8 issue, already on newsstands.
Cam is best known for playing the role of Kevin Volchok in TV series "The O.C." He receives more media attention with his starring role as villain vampire James in box office movie "Twilight.
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