Rumors of Jamie Dornan’s approaching depart from a Fifty Shades of Grey authorization have been very, unequivocally naughty.
Contrary to breathless reports that a earlier Christian Grey is walking divided from a sequels after this month’s beast box bureau hit, Dornan’s reps contend he’s still onboard for a subsequent cinematic section in E.L. James’s amorous novella franchise.
“Jamie is gay that a film is violation box bureau annals worldwide and while a studio has not done any grave announcements about sequels, he is looking brazen to creation a subsequent film,” his agents told The Daily Beast on Wednesday.
Another source tighten to a films tells me there’s “no truth” to a speculation, that widespread when Australian repository NW reported that Dornan was quitting a many remunerative gig of his career since mother Amelia Warner was retiring to watch her father removing eccentric onscreen with co-star Dakota Johnson.
Being rammed by critics substantially didn’t help, either, as a Fifty Shades playground came to a discordant consummate this month in an assault of disastrous reviews, angry consider pieces, and scorn from all corners of a media. While Johnson drew gloomy praise for respirating life into her cooperative trip of a heroine, Dornan suffered in comparison for his unbending spin as Fifty Shades’ BDSM-loving billionaire.
As if simulating sex on camera with “dozens of hairy group station around” wasn’t tough enough, try gripping a dauntless face as the face of a world’s biggest, goofiest softcore anticipation while your serious, career-validating, BAFTA-nominated work on The Fall takes a backseat. (Dornan unequivocally is glorious and far some-more dangerously voluptuous than Christian Grey on a BBC crime play set in his local Northern Ireland.)
The Fifty Shades layer comes with a turn of inspection that would give anyone pause. Flashier names among Hollywood’s hunkiest ranks reportedly pronounced “no thanks,” from Ryan Gosling to Garrett Hedlund, and even reigning Sons of Anarchy badass Charlie Hunnam bailed after being cast.
“I was going to finish personification a psychopath who’d only mislaid his wife, and 5 days after I’d be on set personification Christian Grey,” Hunnam told People final Nov after exiting a film a month after alighting a job. “I was like, ‘This is going to be a fucking disaster.’”