Monday, June 22, 2015
'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.