I've just run across this definition in The Free Dictionary:
get into — Informal To be interested in: got into gourmet cooking.
And it doesn't really sound right to me. Isn't "get" about changes? Like when I didn't like cooking before and now I like. That is, isn't it rather "to become interested in"? Then, it can't possibly be used in Present Simple, because the latter is about what you usually do. So Present Perfect and maybe Past Simple are probably better fits.
So, to sum it up, does it really mean "to be interested in" and not "to become interested in"? Could you provide some examples in different tenses with some context?