Screen caps from Sunday’s new episode of Brothers & Sisters have been added to the gallery. Check back soon for video clips from the episode.
I also added HD screen captures from last Sunday’s episode to the gallery yesterday.
And lastly, I came across a short article containing an interview with Emily about recent rumors of some tension on the set of B&S and about her own personal lifestyle choices:
‘Brothers & Sisters’ Cast Saves Drama for Cameras, Says Emily VanCamp
By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith
Reports of drama on the set of “Brothers & Sisters” began surfacing during cast member Balthazar Getty’s affair with British actress Sienna Miller last summer. You’ll recall they were caught, by paparazzi, cavorting on the Amalfi Coast with her topless and him a married man, now separated. The scandal is said to have caused Getty’s castmate Matthew Rhys — who used to date Miller — to stop talking to him.
But the show’s Emily VanCamp paints a different picture. She claims they never let personal issues get in the way of work. “I think in this business there will always be rumors and people talking. Sometimes it’s positive, and sometimes it’s negative,” notes the former “Everwood” star. “I, for one, try to steer clear from that because I don’t want it to affect my work, and I think we all have that perspective. We just let people say what they’re going to say, and we just have to go in and do our jobs. That’s all we can do. You can’t really control what people are talking about.”
Not only does VanCamp stay out of drama on set, but she’s also adamant about keeping it that way in her personal life as well. After all, we never hear reports of the 22-year-old partying with the rest of young Hollywood.
“I think it’s really important to keep your personal life personal. I wouldn’t want to become known for what I do in my personal life. Plus, it’s probably because I’m incredibly boring,” says the Canadian actress with a laugh. “L.A. is certainly not like my hometown or anywhere else I’ve ever lived. I choose my friends wisely out here, and luckily, I have the most amazing group of friends. All of them aren’t in the industry. It’s just a very normal group of people. We don’t really go to Hollywood clubs. I like to stay home and have dinner parties and watch movies. If we go out, it’s to a local pub usually. Going to the L.A. popular places tends to make me sad. I don’t really like it.”
Source: The National Ledger