Transcript for 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Star Jamie Dornan Visits 'GMA'
Does this happen to you everywhere you go. Of course yeah, yeah, this role is very different, something you're proud of. Tell us about "Anthropoid"? A true story in the second world war in nod si occupied pride to kill hydra third in the Reich behind hitler. Like true proper war movie. Do you mind if I show a clip. You sure can. Roll them. I can use a rope or steel cable to stop it. 30 seconds. 30 seconds would be all we need. This needs more than 30 seconds and you have to face it. It will not be my first choice. It is our only choice. What was it, Jamie -- he hasn't even spoken yet. No. What was it, Jamie, so different than your "Fifty shades" role, what was it about this you wanted to do? I think as an actor you want to mix it up and do stuff that challenges you, you know, you don't want to be typecast and there's definitely a part of it but I just fell in love with the script and the story. I didn't know the story before and I was a big fan of Shaun Ellis who directed it and just saw a movie he had done a few weeks before and I got sent the script and was so desperate to work with him. I'm sure it was nice to step away from "Fifty shades." You just wrapped that. All three installments are done. We did two and three back-to-back. What was it like doing two. The right way to do it. Good for everyone in terms of keeping up the sort of energy and stuff rather than, you know, it's a slug making movies, it's -- I mean -- A good slog. Way harder ways to make a living, don't get me wrong but, you know, a lot of energy goes into -- and if you can do two in once, I don't know, I think it makes sense for everyone. Do it all and out of there. What will you most miss about Christian grey? Go with the wardrobe. The wardrobe. Definitely, the suits. The suit, yeah. The toys, that character -- ooh. I meant like the apartment and -- He's got some nice cars and stuff. Yeah. Working with Dakota on this got to be sort of -- there was a real comfortableability. Yeah, that's again what's nice about doing two back-to-back. If you do one movie and then we break for like a year, year and a half and get back together it's kind of -- it's sort of hard in a way for meme to remote separate themselves and get back into character but we have a lot of fun together, Dakota is funny and, you know, we've been through this mad sort of journey together and I'm very thankful that I've done it with somebody who is easy to do it with because it could have been a very different experience had we not got on. I hear you all giggling. Excited for the next two movies? Excited about "Anthropoid." "Anthropoid," congratulations on all of your success. I know you're very proud of this film and it opens Friday, August
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