Monday, June 29, 2015

New Pictures of Jamie and His Family in London Today 


Jennifer Morrison Talks About Jamie

"Jamie? Oh, he’s amazing. I see him like a very important part of Once Upon a Time. Despite the fact that he no longer works on the show, he starred in the first season, so he was with us from the start and all the things and the actors present from the beginning are perceived, in a way, as an important part of the show," confessed the actress symbol of the ABC television series, adding, "He’s really wonderful. Kind, nice, one of those people that everyone wants to have around. All the actors on the set and the members of the crew looked for him and got along with him. Jamie was able to pul out some ‘social adventures’ so that everyone could get to know and connect with each other." Jennifer Morrison concluded, "Jamie is really a nice person. He was a real glue to the group."

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Jamie and Sean Ellis will present 'Anthropoid' at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival on July 9

@kviffest: "Sean Ellis and @JamieDornan will present their upcoming film #Anthropoid on July 9 at #KVIFF."

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Director Jim Sheridan Mentions Jamie

Jim also intends to make a film about the Irish banking crisis, but is still looking for a way to tell it.

His pride in his home town and country has never been stronger as the industry here continues to thrive.

Two young Irish actors - Aidan Turner and Jack Reynor - both play roles in his new movie 'The Secret Scripture'.

"I think the Irish actors of this generation are the best actors of any generation by a mile," he added. "I think Jamie Dornan is very good. There is him and Aidan Turner, Jack Reynor and Colin (Farrell), obviously.

"There is a huge reservoir of talent here."


Musician Sharleen Spiteri Talks About Jamie at 'Fifty Shades of Grey' London Premiere

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via @FannyNoSe

Saturday, June 27, 2015

New Fan Picture of Jamie at the Airport in London Today

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@mirandareeder: "So was I the only person to recognize @JamieDornan on my flight from Johannesburg? #JamieDornan my son took the pic!" 

Thursday, June 25, 2015

New Pictures of Jamie from 'Jadotville' Set

Update: Added two more new pictures.
Update2: Added more new pictures.

laurenpark_x: "I loved my work experience doing architecture and especially when my boss is married to a movie director that is currently working with @jamiedornan and got jamie to send me this!!!!! 😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀" 


New Picture of Jamie and Actress Amy Louise Wilson from 'Jadotville' Set

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@amy_wilson100: "Because Jamie's fans are so nice - here you go! x"

New Fan Video of Jamie on the 'Jadotville' Set Today (June 25th)



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New/Old Fan Pictures of Jamie in Los Angeles (March 27, 2015) 


Wednesday, June 24, 2015

New/Old Pictures from 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Set - Kristian Taylor-Wood Mentions Jamie

Update: Added another new/old picture.

kristiantaylorwood: "Whaaat! Never seen before shot of @jamiedornan reading his #FiftyShadesOfGrey script in his trailer... And the fans go wild"

kristiantaylorwood: "Me with Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle. Released from the vault at last. Miss you D&J! Photo by movie photography legend @chuckzlotnick #FiftyShadesOfGrey #Jamiedornan #dakotajohnson #iwishiwashalfasprettyastheseguys"

kristiantaylorwood: "Dakota is such a kook @greyandanasteele , she is so much fun with a great energy. Jamie in my opinion is a million times cooler in real life than Christian. Jamie is really funny, clever and has a huge heart. I love them both. Working with them and the best film crew in the world in one of the most beautiful cities was a brilliant experience. All of it was the best part"

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Gillian Anderson Talks About 'The Fall' and Mentions Jamie

That leads nicely into the first scene I wanted to talk about: When she realizes Spector has broken into her hotel room and read her diary, which is the ultimate loss of control. Take me through filming that moment and how you got to that place. We see the tears building, and the realization that she’s lost something of herself to him, of all people.

I think in the actual scene, the audience hears Spector speaking [what he wrote in her diary]. I didn’t hear his voice, and they didn’t need to have somebody reading out loud, because I was reading the words on the page. What he writes is so blatantly provocative and potentially shaming and intuitive. And the fact that he’s quaffed that boundary, and stepped into not just the privacy of her room and the privacy of her diary but the privacy of her mind and her thoughts — it’s such a violation that it knocked the wind out of her. Literally, she’s so not used to anyone getting anywhere near even on the surface what she projects. She protects herself. So for that protection to have been bypassed, and for him to have found her soft spot completely out of the blue. … He really steps into an intimacy that she doesn’t share with anybody. It’s a huge, huge invasion of her mind — a mind that she keeps very closed. 

The next scene I wanted to touch on is the lengthy interrogation scene, which became a great power play between Spector and Stella. How did you approach that crucial sequence?

I thought that it was exquisitely written.  How did I prepare for it? I mean one always intends to be entirely off-book, but with something like this, it’s really important to know 100 percent that you are off-book and can follow the rhythm of the scene from beginning to end without interruption. When we did a rehearsal of it, it was clear that Jamie felt the same way because we were able to do the 11-and-a-half pages straight through. What was fascinating about the process was that because we haven’t sat face-to-face in scenes before, it was as much about the actors dancing as it was about the characters dancing and observing each other, sussing each other out. We both lightly got into…predatory is the wrong word, but it’s almost like two cobras facing off. A cobra and a mongoose or something. It was something about that, and because it’s such a quiet scene, and we end up very grounded in our bodies but also very much in each other’s space. It had that kind of heightened sense to it. It was so much fun to play, and also to see how good Jamie was and could be.

There will be a third season of The Fall, and Allan has confirmed, of course, that Spector will survive being shot. I found it so interesting that Stella ran to Spector first when he and DS Tom Anderson (Colin Morgan) both took bullets. In your mind, why was that?

I mean, it is really the right thing to do. She spent how long now tracking this guy? She knows that there’s medics around. She knows that Anderson’s likely going to be perfectly fine no matter where he’s hit. She doesn’t want this to end here. She’s fascinated by [Spector]. She is fascinated by what drives him. She also knows that he’s got a young daughter, even though that’s obviously going to be a complicated relationship. But I think she doesn’t feel like her business with him is done yet. It’s also an easy out for him after what he put people through.

Read the full interview HERE via @JamieDornan_BR

Monday, June 22, 2015

Mindy Kaling Mentions Jamie on Twitter

@mindykaling: "James Norton and Jamie Dornan making it hard to hate serial killers #happyvalley #thefall"

'Fifty Shades of Grey' Costume Designer Mark Bridges Talks About Jamie

But despite reportedly being offered an impressive pay packet to bare all for the movie sequel, it appears he may be keeping it firmly in his trousers.

During an exclusive chat with Daily Star Online, the film's costume designer Mark Bridges revealed he hopes the Irish hunk keeps it zipped.

"I don't need it all spelled out for me, things left to the imagination are better," he explained.

Before adding: "But the people who are involved in the later films must know something I don't know."

The fashion guru also revealed how the infamous film was left in turmoil after Charlie Hunnam pulled out of the lead role – just weeks ahead of filming.

Speaking of how he worked around the clock to get Jamie camera ready, Mark said: "Doing Christian's whole costume and look in just four weeks was actually the biggest challenge.

"We had another actor for the role and he wasn't able to do it so Jamie came in half way through my prep.

"He was only in LA for a day so to try and get him fit for custom shirts and suits was hard.

"The time crunch was was biggest challenge in the film."

However, despite not being the director's first choice for the role, Jamie worked tirelessly to become Mr Grey.

"Jamie worked very hard to get up to speed, he was very committed to the role", Mark said.

"He is already a model so it made my job easier as it's hard to make him look bad."

With his chiseled jawline and six pack we can see how Jamie looking bad may be a challenge too.


New/Old Pictures of Jamie and Amelia at Guy Ritchie's Charity Event (June 2014)

Jamie and Amelia attended Julia’s House children’s hospice charity event at Guy Ritchie's country estate, Ashcombe House last year.

You can find more details HERE


Old Picture Now in HQ

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Jamie will attend Karlovy Vary International Film Festival next month

KVIFF  - Actor Jamie Dornan and director Sean Ellis will be among the guests at the 50th Karlovy Vary IFF, where they will present the new epic co-production film Anthropoid which begins filming in Czech Republic next month.

Anthropoid is being produced by US-based studio LD Entertainment. In the film, which deals with the dramatic events around the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, Dornan will play the role of one of the paratroopers, Jan Kubiš. The film Anthropoid delves into one of the most emotional moments in modern Czechoslovak history.

Festival runs from 3-11 July in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic.


ScreenDaily - 50 Shades Of Grey star Jamie Dornan will attend KVIFF to discuss upcoming Second World War drama Anthropoid, which begins shooting in the Czech Republic next month.

Directed by Sean Ellis, who will also be in attendance, the co-production is led by US-based LD Entertainment and centres on the events around the assassination of Nazi official Reinhard Heydrich, one of the main architects of the Holocaust. Dornan will play the role of paratrooper Jan Kubiš.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

New/Old Fan Picture (June 2013)


Former Fifa Vice-President Jim Boyce Talks About Jamie

The one person you would like to play you in a movie?

(Laughs) Jamie Dornan! (laughs again.. even louder). One of my sister’s best friends is Jim Dornan, Jamie’s dad. Jamie has put Northern Ireland on the map. He will do for me. (more laughs).