Jamie Dornan ‘gambling with career’ with Fifty Shades of Grey role
January 4, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Derided for a “appalling writing” and “boring” sex scenes, it is frequency the
kind of critical work with that an actor like Dornan should associate
himself, contend some.
A trailer expelled in a summer drew
critique for a graphic miss of sex appeal, and a full Sam
Taylor-Johnson-directed underline seems doubtful to shun serve digs.
Richard Fitzwilliams, a film censor and open family consultant who edited
The International Who’s Who for 26 years, suggested Dornan, 32, was “taking
one harm of a risk.”
He said: “The impulse we engage yourself in debate and jabber of that
sort, you’re holding a risk of cheapening your career, unless by some
spectacle a page is remade into shining celluloid.
“Anyone who has anything to do with this film knows they are holding on
something that, since of a reputation, could acquire them large bucks.
“But Dornan is gambling with his career since if you’re not properly
established, we might not have a critical career afterwards.”
Unless a play pays off, a actor whose destiny once looked so glittering
could find himself stranded doing “bits and pieces” like luminary reality
shows, he added.
“He apparently has pretentions to be critical though we do consider he’s going to find
it really formidable to be taken severely if a film is ghastly,” he said.
Not all are so distrustful about Dornan’s chances of redemption, however, with
other critics suggesting it could go possibly approach for him.
Robbie Collin, a Telegraph film writer, pronounced George Clooney had valid that
even a large shade wave would not automatically harm those involved.
Clooney walked divided from a feeble perceived Batman Robin film some-more or less
protection in 1997, carrying done his name as a heartthrob alloy in
But his co-star in a film, Chris O’Donnell, fared reduction well, Collin pointed
“Batman was a outrageous wave and Clooney was bad in it,” pronounced Collin. “But since
afterwards he has left on to turn a closest thing we have to Cary Grant. It
hasn’t harm his career during all.
“You can use these terrible roles as a springboard.
“O’Donnell, however, sunk from view.”
Even Dornan himself, who had not review a book when he supposed a role,
appears uncertain that approach it will go in his case.
He has already felt compelled to urge a film opposite allegations of
misogyny and what he calls “huge egghead snobbery.”
In an interview
with Elle magazine this week he insisted a story of subjugation and
sadomasochism was a “love story” that did not foster assault opposite women
as cooperative sex was also enjoyed by “powerful men.”
In a prior talk he pronounced that “no matter what happens in my career,
I’ve always got The Fall.”
One luminary code consultant and open family male is confident during least.
Jonathan Gabay said: “Unless he gives a totally apocalyptic performance, we don’t
consider it will harm him.
“Will it give him outrageous exposure? Absolutely.”