Ed Westwick Rocks A Scarf Outside Chateau Marmont
“I’ve always been very intrigued by the character [Tybalt], ever since I was a youngster,” Ed told Cambio. “I was playing somebody trapped between generations. I think during that period, the Renaissance, it was a changing time. What I wanted to bring was a character that was somewhat struggling with adapting times.”
Romeo & Juliet is known for its tragic love story, but Ed’s favorite scene was far from that. “I enjoyed the fight from the bridge between the two rival households,” he told us. “There was a gust of wind when we were shooting it which blew a lot of sand off the floor and it really created this amazing image. It was completely unintentional.”
Ed plays a villain way too well. I’d love to see him play the role of a lovesick puppy dog. You can see more pics of Ed Westwick by launching the gallery.
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