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Staff   /   February 03, 2016   /   0 Comments

I’ve added to our Youtube Chanel several Interview of Dakota and BTS from How to Single. Watch below!

Staff   /   January 28, 2016   /   0 Comments

Watch below a New Interview of Dakota for How To Be Single!

Staff   /   January 26, 2016   /   0 Comments
Staff   /   September 27, 2015   /   0 Comments

Watch below the HD Video of Dakota on the Red Carpet of the Black Mass Premiere in Boston!

Staff   /   August 04, 2015   /   0 Comments

Jamie in Elle Korea from September, 2009. You can check 11 High Quality Pictures in the Gallery.

Staff   /   July 09, 2015   /   5 Comments

Jamie attended the 50th International Film Festival today to talk about his next movie ‘Anthropoid’. You can watch below Videos from the Press Conference and Jamie outside and I added tons of Pictures. Jamie is coming back to London today and will be back next week to film the movie. You can check 74 High Quality Pictures in the Gallery.


Staff   /   June 09, 2015   /   0 Comments

Jamie did a New Interview about The Fall with The Hollywood Reporter. You can read it below!

What attracted you to The Fall?
I’d always relished the idea of getting my teeth into something dark. But I have to admit that originally I only auditioned for a police officer, so I don’t know what that says about what I did in the room, trying to be a good guy. (Laughs.) You find out quite a lot about yourself exploring a character like this. It’s not always stuff that you’re comfortable finding out.

Was your work on the series part of the reason Universal wanted you for Fifty Shades of Grey?
Yeah. I don’t think I would have been in any kind of conversation for Fifty Shades had I not done the show. They also liked the idea of someone relatively unknown.

The Fall is a spin on the serial-killer trope, as we see Paul living a regular life as a husband and father. How does what was on the page compare with what you brought to the role?
There were moments I felt I had to play him as a regular father. Others who’d read for Paul did the creepy-psychopath thing, so I tried to play some moments with sincerity. I wanted to separate the creepy side of him from the homey side. Luckily [creator] Allan Cubitt agreed. I said to him early on that I wanted to play him with real stillness, which is hard for me because I get quite hyper in my regular life — I’m not good at sitting still.

Is that why your character runs a lot? To get you exhausted enough to sit still?
(Laughs.) Yeah. There were a couple of days I was like, “Why did I choose to play him like this?” I made sure to play soccer a couple times a week with my mates in Belfast to take the energy out there.

There is a compelling cat-and-mouse dynamic between your character and Gillian Anderson’s English policewoman. Is her British accent as flawless as it sounds?
Yes — one of her parents is English, and I think she spent quite a lot of time in England growing up. Don’t quote me on that! But yes, she flits between the accents with such ease. It’s infuriating how little effort it takes. (Laughs.) She has a childish side that’s very endearing, but she’s a fierce actress. We had great stuff to do together in a 20-minute interrogation scene. We did take after take. I felt like I was in battle with her. It was so fun.

Season two ends with Paul’s fate in the balance. Did Cubitt tell you the full arc when you signed on?
No, I was pretty unaware. He originally came to BBC and said, “I want to make this in 12 episodes.” And they went, “We love this; we’ll give you five.” And he was like, “Oh, OK.” He had to kind of make that work in the first [season], but he always knew that we’d do a second if people watched it. Allan has so many ideas; it’s kind of hard to keep up. I think people expect him to be a creepy dude, but he’s so lovely and, believe it or not, a feminist. But sometimes I’d do a scene that disturbs me, and I’ll be in a funny space after. “Allan, what the f— is wrong with you?” He says, “I’m so sorry!” I’m like, “It’s all right, I just need a minute.”

With the Fifty Shades franchise such a hit, do you see yourself doing more TV or making film a priority?
It’s funny, but for the first time in my life, I’m presented with an element of choice as an actor — maybe just a tiny element of choice. (Laughs.) I kind of want to abuse it. It’s all about chasing interesting characters and scripts, whether on TV, big-budget movies or tiny indie movies. I would never pressure myself to choose just one. That said, some of the best writing is on TV. You get a chance to play with a character year after year. That’s a luxury that you don’t get in film.

Game of Thrones films in Belfast near where The Fall takes place. Any inkling to do a guest spot?
Sadly, I’ve never seen Game of Thrones. But I’m a big House of Cards fan. I got to meet [HOC actor] Michael Kelly recently. I’m obsessed with his performance as Doug Stamper. Luckily he complimented my work, too. It was fun.

Staff   /   June 09, 2015   /   0 Comments

Back in March, Jamie made an Interview about the Fall with Michael Kelly for Variety. Watch below the full ITV and Portraits were released as well. You can find 2 High Quality Pictures in the Gallery.

Staff   /   May 28, 2015   /   1 Comment

Jamie did a Live Chat with Gold Derby to answer questions about The Fall! Watch below if you miss it!

Staff   /   May 10, 2015   /   0 Comments

We are currently working on giving you the HD Caps from the Bonus in the Blu Ray. We already added three Bonus, The Pleasure of Pain, The Apartment and Who is Christian Grey? Of course, we didn’t add all yet, we are still working on them! But for now, you can find 630 High Quality Caps in the Gallery.

Staff   /   March 18, 2015   /   0 Comments

Jamie was interviewed by one of his friend at the Guardian. You can read his Interview HERE. You can find One High Quality Picture from the Interview in the Gallery.

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Staff   /   March 13, 2015   /   4 Comments

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Jamie Dornan, star of Fifty Shades Of Grey, has dismissed claims he won’t be doing the sequels because his wife forbade it as ‘total b*****ks’.

Dornan, who plays Christian Grey, the mysterious billionaire with a dark secret, told me he and co-star Dakota Johnson, who portrays Anastasia Steele, the naive heroine Grey seduces, are contractually committed to do two further films to complete the trilogy based on E. L. James’s bestselling books.

Dornan said the next movie, Fifty Shades Darker, is likely to start filming next spring, though it’s not known if Sam Taylor-Johnson will return as director.

‘The idea was that we honour the trilogy and do all three,’ he told me.

There had been rumours that his wife, Amelia Warner, wanted him not to do the next two projects because of their explicit sexual nature. But Dornan almost spat when I asked him about that.

‘Total b*****ks!’ he said. ‘Of course she would have read the scripts well in advance, and she’s massively supportive of Fifty Shades.’

And what about talk of him and Dakota not getting on?

He laughed at that, too: ‘They wouldn’t have shot the film with us if there was a chemistry problem . . . whatever chemistry means. You have to jump through a lot of hoops to get a part like this, and they simply wouldn’t have cast us.’

Dornan said he never would have landed the role of Christian if it hadn’t been for hit BBC2 thriller The Fall. ‘I’m just a father and a husband, really,’ he said. ‘I wouldn’t have been in the conversation for Fifty Shades without The Fall.

‘It’s the job that changed everything for me,’ he said, adding that he was happy to revisit the role of Paul Spector, the serial killer who entwined his victims in a ritual of sexual depravity before murdering them.

Dornan told me that series three of the show will begin filming towards the end of this year and into next. He added that he and Gillian Anderson, who plays Stella Gibson, the detective who was on Spector’s trail, both wanted to do more.

‘I love playing my character — and Gillian loves hers. She says it’s one of the best she’s ever played,’ the actor said.

He admitted the things Spector gets up to in The Fall are ‘eerie and disturbing’, but said he’s ‘massively intrigued’ by the charismatic killer, despite the fact that he’s ‘so far from who I am’.

Dornan is about to start work on two films that are as far away from Christian Grey as you can get, too. In The Siege Of Jadotville, he plays the commandant of a UN force sent to the Congo to fight French, American and Belgian mercenaries hired to defend uranium and copper interests. And in Anthropoid, he and Cillian Murphy play a pair of Czech soldiers who become assassins.

The actor said he wanted to do varied work because he doesn’t want to be known just for playing Christian Grey. He said he gets recognised in the street more nowadays, but he can handle that.

‘You can court it if you want it,’ he said. ‘But I’m not courting it.’