It is good news for ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ stars, Jamie Dornan & Dakota Johnson. The movie is rapidly moving to the top of the DVD and Blu-ray chart in the UK. Also in a recent interview, the Irish actor talked about his innermost fears and the reason behind them. Check out in detail!
“Fifty Shades Darker” actor Jamie Dornan has acted in many movies in his career of ten years. However, he is more famous for his role as Christian Grey in the trilogy of Fifty Shades.
His pairing with Dakota Johnson has been much talked about and fans will get to see them together once again in “Fifty Shades Freed” when the third movie from the franchise will release in February 2018.
Jamie Dornan Fears John Lennon Like Death
Despite giving him the fame, Jamie Dornan fears that this famous role can lead to him losing his life almost similar to Beatles legend, John Lennon.
The Irish actor is just 35-years-old and hence he has a long career ahead. Even then, he is afraid of losing his life. Recently, the actor who portrayed kinky billionaire in the “Fifty Shades Darker” said that he is always worried that an obsessed fan of the erotic flick might do something unthinkable, reports Inquisitr.
The husband of Amelia Warner talked about some unhappy thoughts similar to the death of John Lennon that keeps on coming in his mind. Lennon was the Beatles legend who was shot by a crazy man, Mark David Chapman.
He was shot four times and even though the celebrated English songwriter-singer was rushed immediately to the hospital he could not be saved.
Chapman was a big fan of Lennon. Over the past few years, Jamie Dornan also has added many crazy fans and supporters to his list. With the third installment coming soon that will reveal his manhood and some more daring erotic scenes with Dakota Johnson, the father-of-two girls’ fear that some fanatic fan may kill him.
Jamie Dornan & Dakota Johnson Movie On Top
According to Express, the Jamie Dornan & Dakota Johnson movie, “Fifty Shades Darker” has managed to outsell all of the Top 10 movies combined on the UK’s official DVD and Blue-ray chart. The flick managed to achieve an impressive feat by selling 102,000 copies in three days which is almost 5-times more than No.2 film, “The LEGO Batman.”