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Bower husky for holidays

Published 23/08/2013

Jamie Campbell Bower
Jamie Campbell Bower

Jamie Campbell Bower plans on getting buff before his upcoming film shoots.

The former Twilight actor is determined to pack on pounds of muscle so he doesn’t look wimpy in his upcoming flick.

The 24-year-old is currently starring in The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones and will get working on his body after he films the sequel.

“After Mortal 2, I’m going to France to shoot a movie called Overdrive with Travis Fimmel who’s in Vikings,” he told Just Jared about working with the Calvin Klein model.

“He’s a good looking boy, I have to say so. He’s playing my brother. And he’s stacked, so I’m going to get stacked over Christmas.

“We play two car thieves I must say. And so we sort of go on this crazy journey, stealing cars and having fun.”

Jamie romanced co-star Lily Collins ever they met on the Mortal Instruments set.

The pair broke up earlier this month but he enjoyed spending time with her and their colleagues this summer.

“We all went separately but sort of incognito to go and see Lily’s movie Stuck In Love when it premiered at TIFF [Toronto International Film Festival] whilst we were shooting,” he explained. “So we all went and that was really nice. It was really special, it was great for all of us to be there for her, to support her for that movie.”

Those people he spent time with included Kevin Zegers and Godfrey Gao.

Despite having to perform a number of tricky stunts in the action movie, Jamie emerged unharmed and he is very grateful for it.

“I broke my ankle once on a job,” he admitted. “So I didn’t break any bones on this one, which is good.”

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