Jamie Dornan Set to Star in Sci-Fi Thriller; Dakota Johnson Admits Steamy Scenes with ‘Fifty Shades’ Co-Star Were …
September 19, 2018 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Jamie Dornan of “Fifty Shades of Grey” has been tapped to star alongside “Captain America: Civil War” actor Anthony Mackie in a new sci-fi thriller patrician “Synchronic.” This is one of Dakota Johnson’s former co-star’s subsequent projects following a “Fifty Shades” trilogy.
Deadline reported that Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead are teaming adult again as co-directors for this large project. It was schooled that a former will also get credits as scriptwriter.
“Synchronic” will underline Jamie Dornan and Anthony Mackie as paramedics from New Orleans. Their lives were cracked after experiencing a array of terrible deaths related to a drug with bizarre, out-of-this-world effects.
Being means to pointer adult both Dornan and Mackie, directors Benson and Moonhead pronounced that it is a dream come loyal for them. They also common that a dual are only a ideal actors for their project.
“They any possess an unusual abyss of personal experiences, humor, and pathos that brings a large wellspring of amiability to a battle-scarred partnership being portrayed,” a directors told Deadline. “We’ve found a ideal collaborators to tell a bold, frightening, heartstring-tugging story.”
Meanwhile, Jamie Dornan’s “Fifty Shades” co-star, Dakota Johnson, is starring in a torment film called “Suspiria.” The singer disclosed that she started filming this film while still operative on her remaining scenes in her erotic film with Jamie.
Dakota went on to share that she finds E.L. James’s novels’ film adaptations some-more gentle to do compared to “Suspiria” though certified that her scenes with Jamie were somehow only as extreme, Express reported.
“On paper, we competence consider ‘Fifty Shades’ was flattering extreme, though there was something friendly about it,” she narrated. “There is zero friendly about ‘Suspiria.’ It creates we feel really deeply uncomfortable, it’s unsettling and that feeling doesn’t go divided quickly, it lingers.”
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