Wow. He must really be a gem of a guy, because Jamie Dornan apologized to actresses in The Fall for just how awful his character is. He plays a serial killer named Paul Spector in the TV show, and apparently he's had a pretty tough time "abusing" the ladies starring opposite him in the murder scenes.
He told U.K. talk show host Graham Norton, "I was doing the creepiest things imaginable so I kept apologizing to them. It wasn't easy for them and I was very aware of how hard it was, so I kept saying sorry during horrible scenes."
Huh. Interesting. There was no mention of him feeling bad about how he treats Dakota Johnson in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie -- so does this mean it's actually going to be a bit more tame than what we're expecting?
I mean, if there were a lot of BDSM type stuff going on, you'd think he would feel a little bit weirded out by his Christian Grey character too. Supposedly the Fifty Shades of Grey movie will depict more of a love story, so maybe Christian will come off as totally different than he did in the books?
If I had to use one word to describe Christian Grey after reading Fifty Shades, "creepy" sums it up best, so it seems pretty telling that Jamie thinks his character in The Fall is a heck of a lot worse.
Ugh. Can you believe we have to wait all the way until next February to finally "meet" Christian Grey? It's gonna be a really long year.
How are you hoping Christian is portrayed?
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