Jamie Dornan Is Creepy in Deleted Scene From 'Burnt' (VIDEO)

When we heard that our favorite Fifty Shades of Grey star took on a small role in a Bradley Cooper film, we thought: perfect! That is, until we learned Jamie Dornan's scene in Burnt was cut and we figured it would never see the light of day — until now. Dornan's deleted scene has been released and will hopefully tide you over until Fifty Shades Darker.

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In the film, Dornan played the ex-boyfriend of Sienna Miller's character Helene. Although his was nothing more than a small cameo, it was meant to help tell Helene's backstory, something film editors later decided didn't help propel the movie forward in the way that they had envisioned — so, unfortunately, Jamie's scene got the big snip.

Those involved with Burnt are adamant about how wonderful they think Jamie is and how much of a pleasure it was to work with him, but stand firm that they had to stay true to the film. Anyway, here he is, in all of his creepy, hot glory:

Jamie's deleted scene from Burnt. 'Helena's Ex'

Jamie's deleted scene from Burnt. 'Helena's Ex' Enjoy :-) See Director's reason below.Thanks to jamie-dornan.org for sharing.Director John Wells, September 2015Speaking about editing The Fall star out of the movie, John admitted the actor’s part did not apply to the new direction the film was going in.“In making every film, cuts and adjustments in storylines inevitably occur,” he said."In the case of Burnt, Jamie’s role was a small cameo that he was kind enough to do for us and was part of Sienna Miller’s character’s backstory.“We ultimately decided to focus on Adam Jones’ redemption story,” he told Entertainment Weekly.Although leaving Jamie’s scenes on the cutting room floor, the American film maker praised the Holywood native’s performance.“I was thrilled to have Jamie. His performance was fantastic,” he said.

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I'm wondering if filmmakers look at Dornan and think: Yeah, he could pass for mildly insane, thanks to his roles in Fifty Shades and The Fall. I mean, popping up in Sienna's car to demand visitation rights? Couldn't he have sent a less threatening text first?

I think this video will put to rest any talk of Dornan not fulfilling the role written for him in Burnt — clearly, it wasn't his fault that this scene was left on the cutting room floor.


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