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The highly anticipated film adaptation of E. L. James' best-selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey is getting closer to being released. Jamie Dornan, who is playing the role of the notorious, irresistible, megalomaniac Christian Grey, talks about the upcoming film.
E! Online reports that the Fifty Shades of Grey star opened up about his involvement with the film on The Graham Norton Show. Norton asked Dornan if he thinks his life will change once the film hits theaters.
Dornan responded, "I mean, look, we're in a veryy powerful position that 90-plus million people have read the book so if like a third — I mean, a hundredth of those people — that's successful if they see the film. It's a nice position to be in but I have no idea what it's gonna do."
Metro reported that Dornan changed the way he walks for the role. His wife helped in the process because he used to “walk on his toes.”
Dornan said, “My wife tried to help by making me lean back and then in Fifty Shades my character has to dance the foxtrot and the teacher said, ‘Do it as though you are walking; heel to toe.’” He went on to say, “No one had ever told me that was how you walk and now I am applying it every day!”
Fifty Shades of Grey is set to be released next year on Valentine's Day.
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