Check out some behind the scenes of ‘Camelot’ with Jamie Campbell Bower from the DVD extras below!
TV Spot For ‘Camelot,’ the complete first season!
Anchor Bay Entertainment is proud to release the highly anticipated Starz Original series “CAMELOT- THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON” on Blu-ray™ and DVD September 13th. The 3-disc set contains all ten episodes of the Arthurian Legend with a kingly lot of bonus features including never-before-seen featurettes, bloopers, behind-the-scenes (including a unique on set visit with actor Paul Mooney), character profiles and easy access episode recaps.
“CAMELOT- THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON” redefines the classic medieval tale of King Arthur with an exciting ensemble cast that includes Joseph Fiennes in the magical role of Merlin, Jamie Campbell Bower as the young and reckless Arthur, and Eva Green in her television debut as the darkly powerful Morgan. The character-driven series also features Tamsin Egerton (Guinevere), Claire Forlani (Igraine) and Peter Mooney (Kay).
In the wake of King Uther’s sudden death, the sorcerer Merlin has visions of a dark future and installs Arthur as king. But Arthur’s cold and ambitious half sister Morgan will fight him to the bitter end for control of the crown. Faced with the challenge of uniting a kingdom broken by war and steeped in deception, Arthur will be testedbeyond imagination.
This one is for you, Brazilian fans (or anyone who can read it!) Jamie Campbell Bower was featured in the July issue of ‘Monet’ Magazine (Brazil). The magazine did an article about Jamie as King Arthur in ‘Camelot.’
Taking a break from his busy schedule, Jamie Campbell Bower stopped by the Teen Vogue offices to chat about doing his own stunts for Camelot, playing a sadistic Volturi in Breaking Dawn, and cleaning up his act for girlfriend (and Harry Potter star) Bonnie Wright.
We shot you for our Young Hollywood portfolio in 2007. What have you been up to since then?
I think when I did that shoot Sweeney Todd was just about to come out. I did a couple of small roles and an international movie—a Dutch film—followed by The Prisoner mini-series on AMC. Then I landed Twilight and Harry Potter. Now I’ve got Camelot.
So you haven’t been busy at all.
It’s been all work and no play for the last three years. I haven’t been able to take a holiday, but now I’m going to Indonesia then Bali, and ending up in Australia.
How was shooting Breaking Dawn?
It was great filming in Baton Rouge. I had actually broken my ankle working on Camelot, so I turned up on set with a boot on. They made me take it off and work without it. I’d have to put it on in-between takes. It was blood, sweat, and tears, but that’s the stuff you’re proud of.
What can fans expect from the fourth Twilight movie?
It’s a lot darker. It leans away from the tweeny and more towards the horror genre that had originally sprung from Stephenie’s mind. There are definitely some scary moments. The Volturi get to be so ridiculous. You get see how sadistic and messed up they really are. We have the best things to say—every time we went on set it was a laugh.