Cameron Douglas Bright (born January 26, 1993) is a Canadian child actor. He has appeared in numerous high profile roles in the films Godsend, Birth, Running Scared, Ultraviolet, X-Men: The Last Stand and Thank You for Smoking.
Bright was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; he was given his middle name, "Douglas", after his maternal grandfather. Bright has a scar on his eyebrow which he got as a toddler, after his brother chased him around a rose bush. Since 1998 he lives in Nanaimo, British Columbia with his mother, Anne, his older brother, Bryce (a commercial actor), his two dogs and his cat. His parents divorced in 1995.
Bright's first acting job was in a commercial for Telus, which was soon followed by a guest appearance on the television series, Higher Ground. He subsequently appeared in several minor roles in made-for-television films, and was credited as "Cameron Crigger" for his early roles (from the 2000 television movie, The Christmas Secret, to an episode of Night...
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X-Men: The Last Stand is the third film adaptation of the Marvel Comics' X-Men superhero comic books, following X-Men (2000) and X2 (2003). It was directed by Brett Ratner, who took over when Bryan Singer dropped out to direct Superman Returns. The movie revolves around a "mutant cure" that causes serious repercussions among mutants and humans, and on the mysterious resurrection of Jean Grey, who appeared to have died in X2. The film is loosely based on two X-Men comic book story arcs: writer Chris Claremont's and artist John Byrne's "Dark Phoenix Saga" in The Uncanny X-Men (1980) and writer Joss Whedon's and artist John Cassaday's six-issue "Gifted" arc in Astonishing X-Men (2004).
The film was released May 26, 2006 in the United States and Canada, and one or two days earlier in approximately 22 other countries. Despite mixed reviews from critics and fans of the comic book series, the film did extremely well at the box office. Its opening-day gross of $45.5 million is the fourth...,
Thank You for Smoking is a 2006, Golden Globe Award-nominated film satire directed by Jason Reitman and produced by David O. Sacks. It is based on the novel of the same name by Christopher Buckley. The title is based on the popular saying "Thank You for Not Smoking," and the cover of the DVD case is modeled on the Lucky Strike cigarette box.
The film was released in a limited run on March 17, 2006, and had a wide release on April 14. As of 2007, the film has grossed a total of more than US$ 39 million worldwide. On November 24, 2006, NBC announced that it is developing a television pilot based on the film. The film was released on DVD in the US on October 3, 2006 and in the UK on January 8, 2007.
Nick Naylor (Aaron Eckhart) is the Vice President of and the chief spokesman for the Academy of Tobacco Studies, a tobacco lobby whose stated purpose is to research the links between smoking cigarettes and health. The group, funded by cigarette companies, never finds any links. Nick's job...,
UltraViolet is a 2006 science fiction / action film. It was released in North America on March 3, 2006. The film was written and directed by Kurt Wimmer and produced by Screen Gems. It stars Milla Jovovich as Violet and Cameron Bright as Six. The film was released onto DVD and Blu-ray Disc on June 27, 2006.
The film uses the basic premise of John Cassavetes's 1980 cult classic Gloria, about a woman and a young boy on the run from the mafia, and transposes the story to a dystopian futuristic setting where genetically enhanced mutants are fighting a guerilla war against a totalitarian government dictatorship. Many comparisons have been made between UltraViolet and Equilibrium, Wimmer's previous film.
The opening credits is a montage of comic book covers, indicating that the atmosphere of the film is heavily inspired by comic books and Japanese manga (although the film is not actually based on an existing comic book or manga). The impression of the movie as a live-action comic book or ...,
Running Scared is a 2006 crime film written and directed by Wayne Kramer and released by New Line Cinema. The film stars Paul Walker, Cameron Bright, Vera Farmiga, Chazz Palminteri and Alex Neuberger. It was released in the United States on February 24, 2006.
The film is rated R by the MPAA for 'pervasive strong brutal violence and language, sexuality and drug content'.
The movie begins with Joey Gazelle (Paul Walker) driving with a boy, Oleg (Cameron Bright) in a convertible. Oleg has a blood stain on his shirt, implying that he had been shot. The rest of the movie flashes back to the events that led up to this point. Joey, a low-level mafioso, is attending a drug deal with his boss Tommy (Johnny Messner) and associate Sal. The deal goes bad when masked men burst in and try to steal the drugs and money. The stand-off descends into a shoot-out and several of the masked men are killed before the leader flees. Tommy discovers a badge on one of the dead men, revealing that they were...,
Birth is a 2004 film directed by Jonathan Glazer and starring Nicole Kidman, Lauren Bacall, Danny Huston and Cameron Bright. The story is about a young widow from a prominent Manhattan-based family named Anna (played by Kidman) who slowly becomes convinced that her husband, Sean, who died ten years previously, has been reincarnated in the form of a 10-year-old boy also named Sean (Bright). At first Anna is skeptical, but Sean's intimate knowledge of their past makes her think twice.Commercially, the movie was unremarkable. Distributed by New Line Cinema, it earned 12th position on its opening weekend, garnering $1,705,577 with bookings at 550 screens. The combined worldwide total box office was $23,925,492, with $5,095,038 in the United States and $18,830,454 abroad. Despite some praise for Kidman's portrayal (which earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination) and Glazer's direction, as well as Harris Savides's cinematography and Alexandre Desplat's score, the film generally...,
Godsend is a 2004 horror/drama movie, and is directed by Nick Hamm. The score is by Brian Tyler.
As a part of the movie's promotional campaign, Lions Gate Films set up a website for the fictional Godsend Institute in the movie, which claimed to be able to resurrect the dead. Lions Gate were forced to change the website informing people that it was only an advertisement, due to the large number of inquiries asking if they really could bring back dead family members.
The movie was poorly received by critics, and is noted for implausible plot devices.
Jessie and Paul Duncan are a happily married couple with an eight-year-old son. However, the day after their son Adam's eighth birthday, Adam is killed in a roadside accident.While at a church, Jessie and Paul are confronted by Dr. Richard Wells, an old teacher of Jessie's. Dr. Wells offers to clone Adam to which the Duncans reluctantly agree. Everything seems fine with Adam II until he reaches his 8th birthday. That night he experiences a...,
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