Jamie Dornan has revealed that he experienced ‘notoriety’ after starring in the blockbuster hit Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy.
The actor, who played the role of Christian Grey in the hit trilogy, discussed his future acting plans in an interview with The Independent.
“There’s never going to be anything like Fifty Shades again. It felt very much like its own thing, particularly because it focused in and around sex,” the Heart of Stone actor admitted.
Dornan also mentioned that he looks forward to 'high-profile' movies after Fifty Shades trilogy success.
“There are obviously other jobs that bring insane scrutiny, like superhero stuff, or (expletive) James Bond – any of that stuff. I’ve done pretty well to avoid that sort of (expletive) so far,” he said.
The Fall star added, “I think if you’re an actor of a certain standing, who has a certain sort of recognition, you’re going to be in those conversations.”
“I’m not saying I’d never do anything super high-profile again, or a big [intellectual property] with all eyes on it. I probably will. But I’m also really happy with where I’m at right now,” Dornan concluded.