Jamie Dornan went into hiding after the release of Fifty shades of Greythe actor revealed this week during an appearance on BBC Radio 4 Desert Island Discs.
The first one Fifty Shades The film, released in 2015, received harsh reviews. Director Sam Taylor-Johnson was nominated for Worst Director at that year’s Razzie Awards, and the film now has a 25% market share. Rotten Tomatoes. Until the film’s release, Dornan had enjoyed critical success, notably for his role as a serial killer in The fall.
“[I was] following evaluations that changed the career of The fall and the BAFTA nominations and all the madness The fall ridiculed,” Dornan said.
“I think I hid,” he said. “[My family] went to Sam and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. They weren’t there. They gave us their place in the country, and we kind of hid there for a while and kind of cut ourselves off from the world.
Even though the film was shot, Fifty shades of Grey became a box office phenomenon, launching production on the franchise’s two sequels, for which Dornan was contractually obligated to return.
“It made so much money that films two and three were greenlit overnight,” the actor said. “It was a strange thing because there’s a bit of ridiculousness here, and I’m now signed on to do two more, knowing there will be a lot more damnation to come.”
However, Dornan does not regret these films: “I have just received very glowing reviews of my recent work. And there won’t be one who doesn’t mention it Fifty Shades in them…A lot of critics say, ‘He’s great, but let’s remember he wasn’t great here,'” he said. “Do you regret doing them?” No.”
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