Jamie Dornan isn’t worried about being typecast by Fifty Shades Of Grey, as there are not many other similar roles and films.
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If you were lucky enough to have stayed in your seat after that climactic Fifty Shades of Grey elevator moment, then you’re probably still reeling from the surprise post-credits scene that the filmmakers added for true fans. Chris died in issue #17 at the hands of supervillain Mefisto, who had refused repeated subpoenas to reimburse his sub for her linen dry cleaning (Article V, section ii of their contract).
Want to live like Christian Grey for one weekend (minus the Red Room of Pain)? A one-bedroom apartment at the Escala, the Seattle luxury building featured in the novel and film Fifty Shades of Grey, is now available for short-term rental via Airbnb UK. At 170 British pounds a night plus fees, with a 3-night minimum stay, your Fifty Shades fantasy accommodations will set you back around a thousand dollars.
If you haven’t seen Secretary since its 2002 release, you may have forgotten that James Spader’s character is named Mr. Grey. Secretary is available on VOD now, and anyone eagerly awaiting the release of Fifty Shades on Valentine’s Day would do well to check it out, with one caveat: Secretary sets the bar very high for sadomasochistic romance movies.
Jamie Dornan is preserving his modesty in Fifty Shades of Grey — well, some of it, anyway. In the upcoming film adaptation of E L James’ romance novel, model-turned-actor Dornan plays enigmatic billionaire Christian Grey, the object of millions of readers’ fantasies. In a new interview with The Guardian, Dornan answers the question many of the novel’s fans have been wondering about: Just how far will the film go in depicting the book’s graphic S&M sex scenes?
Back in June, the Fifty Shades of Grey producers celebrated fictional dreamboat Christian Grey’s birthday with a screenshot of actor Jamie Dornan driving a car. Now that heroine Anastasia Steele’s birthday has rolled around, they’ve tweeted out this new photo of actress Dakota Johnson holding a pencil. Rita Ora, who plays Christian’s sister Mia, brushing her teeth?
When we got going on our monster list of most anticipated movies coming out this year , we found ourselves constantly wanting to turn to the next page. 2015 is sizing up to be the most monstrous movie year of all — with mega-franchises like “The Avengers,” “The Hunger Games,” and “Star Wars” poised to break all kinds of box office records. (Thankfully “Avatar 2” is slated for 2016, otherwise our heads would explode!) Forget 2014, here are the year-from-now movies that have us wishing we could travel into the future: 1. “Star Wars: Episode VII” ZOMG.