After the busiest year of his short career so far, Jamie Dornan says he's looking forward to take job in which he doesn't "have to tie women to beds." Dornan had come particularly good with knots, playing a serial killer who ties up his victims on season two of The Fall and shooting Fifty Shades of Grey in Vancouver.
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"There are a couple of classic knots I know now," the 31-year-old told The Guardian, "and I've put them to good use far too many times recently. In fact I'd like to do a job where I don't have to tie women to beds."
Dornan replaced Charlie Hunnam as Christian Grey in the adaptation of E.L James novel, which is likely to be one of the biggest movies of 2015.
"I'm tired. I'm tired," he expalined, reflecting on a "mad year, professionally, personally."
On Fifty Shades, Dornan admitted that he's not allowed to talk about the movie, though said, "The whole thing's ridiculous.It's just all a bit silly the way it works.I think I could lose my mind."
On his future projects, Dornan said: "Right now I don't need to work if there's nothing that I want to do. I've done three jobs back to back. Let's see how they are received. If there's nothing I want to do, I'll just play golf and change nappies."
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