Could it be true that “Fifty Shades Darker” actor Jamie Dornan thinks that the movie is silly?
If this is true, what could have pushed him to think so?
The 34-year-old actor and his 26-year-old leading lady, Dakota Johnson, are set to reprise their roles as Christian Grey and Anastasia “Ana” Steele in the upcoming second and third installments of the E.L. James’ novels.
According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, the actor has hinted in his interview with ComingSoon.net that filming in France for “Fifty Shades Darker” was never easy especially when Bastille Day terror attack happened.
“It was, as you can imagine, a bloody awful situation,” the husband of Amelia Warner shared. “You’d be affected by it wherever you were in the world. Then you have the strange thing of the next day still trying to make this movie that’s costing millions of dollars to put together…”
“There’s this contractual obligation to work the next day, which is a very strange environment to work in,” he added. “It felt very frivolous and wrong to be making something as silly as a f**king movie the day after something like that happened.”
It can be noted that while filming several scenes for “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed,” the terror attack took the lives of 85 people.
In the meantime, during an interview with “Good Morning America,” the Northern Irish actor narrated how it was doing scenes for both films simultaneously, Melty reported.
He pointed out that he felt that it was the right way to do it considering that only had to use the same “energy and stuff” in doing the scenes.
While he admitted that it is “a slog making movies,” he explained that “it makes sense for everyone” when a number of scenes for two different films are being done all together.