Alec Baldwin, Jamie Dornan and Christian Slater will star in UCP’s forthcoming adaptation of the podcast “Dr. Death.” The adaptation will be penned by “Happy!” showrunner Patrick Macmanus. The project is currently being shopped by UCP. Here is the official description of the series from UCP: “Dr. Death” is based on the true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a rising star in the Dallas medical community. Young, charismatic and ostensibly brilliant, Dr. Duntsch was building a flourishing neurosurgery practice when everything suddenly changed. Patients entered his operating room for complex but routine spinal surgeries and left permanently maimed or dead. As victims piled up, two fellow surgeons and a young assistant district attorney set out to stop him. “Dr. Death” explores the twisted mind of a sociopath and the gross negligence of the system designed to protect the most defenseless among us. Also Read: Universal Cable Productions to Adapt 'Dr. Death' Podcast for TV Dornan will play the title character of Dr. Duntsch. Baldwin will play the neurosurgeon Robert Henderson, described as “quiet, deliberative and methodical, Robert believes wholeheartedly both in the system in which he rose through the ranks and that anything worth doing shouldn’t be rushed. It should...Read original story Alec Baldwin, Jamie Dornan and Christian Slater to Star in UCP’s ‘Dr Death’ Adaptation At TheWrap
The BBC has released first-look images of stars Jamie Dornan and Matthew Rhys in its upcoming drama “Death and Nightingales.” The three-part show marks a reunion for Dornan with writer-director Allan Cubitt, with whom he previously worked on crime drama “The Fall” between 2013 and 2016. Adapted by Cubitt from a 1992 novel by Eugene […]
The franchise has always embraced humor, but now we get Christian's singing, Ana's over-the-top driving skills, and their inappropriate use of a dairy product.
In the book 'Fifty Shades Freed,' Christian is horrible to his pregnant wife. Will the movie, opening Friday, make it better?
The S&M trilogy-capping film limps in with predictably awful reviews and one of the year's lowest ratings on Rotten Tomatoes.
First teaser trailer for 'Fifty Shades Freed,' the third film in trilogy based on E.L. James' erotic best-sellers, starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan
Malin Akerman, star of Showtime’s Billions, was on Late Night when Seth Meyers whipped out a risque picture from her modeling days. Akerman began her showbiz career modeling for brands like Abercrombie and Fitch, but quickly found that the clothing industry could be rather revealing. Considering that this garment ad contained almost no attire whatsoever, Meyers had to ask the question we were all thinking, “And you are selling clothes, right?” Akerman laughed but agreed, “I don’t know what we were selling. We got to set, and after two shots, the clothes came off.”
On a recent visit to the Graham Norton Show, Keanu Reeves had some questions for Jamie Dornan, aka Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades movies. Reeves was particularly curious about how the directors and actors shot the many, many sex scenes in the 50 Shades franchise, specifically how much direction on vocalization Dornan received when it came time for … those scenes to wrap up.
There are a few ways that Fifty Shades Darker differs from its franchise predecessor, Fifty Shades of Grey. One is that this film dives a little deeper and goes a little darker as we learn more about Christian Grey’s past. “I think humor is much more evident in this movie than the first one,” Jamie Dornan, who plays Christian Grey, told Yahoo Movies.
“I was reading Austen and Brontë and no one ever measured up to that,” says Anastasia Steele of her romantic history near the beginning of Fifty Shades Darker. Had she only been reading E.L. James, she might have been less disappointed in life — though in her first film outing, 2015’s slinky schlockbuster Fifty Shades of Grey, director Sam Taylor-Wood and screenwriter Kelly Marcel also aspired to a higher standard.
Christian Grey himself, Jamie Dornan, joined Ellen on Tuesday, and they discussed the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon and the repercussions it’s had on society. The main repercussion was the noticeable bump in pregnancies after the release of the first movie. Now, with the upcoming release of the second film, Fifty Shades Darker, and the third due early next year, it’s safe to say there are going to be a lot of babies being born over the next couple of years.
Warning: This interview about the Season 3 finale of The Fall, “Their Solitary Way,” contains spoilers.
The six new episodes that form Season 3 of The Fall began streaming Saturday on Netflix. The drama — starring Gillian Anderson in a wonderfully strong, steely, subtly witty performance as Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson — is once again obsessed with the show’s pervasive villain, the serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan), and it’s an obsession that nearly kills The Fall itself. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.
The first and most obvious question about the third season of The Fall, Netflix’s murky British serial-killer thriller, is answered as soon as we spot Jamie Dornan on the set.
Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan in in final negotiations to join the cast of Robin Hood: Origins, Lionsgate’s take on the British archer-thief who stole from the rich and gave to the poor.
It may be hard to come up with a film adaptation of a novel that’s had more anticipation than Fifty Shades of Grey. After six weeks of it being published in 2012, it had sold 10 million copies. The Boston Globe noted that “two copies of the trilogy were selling every second,” at one point.
The 34-year-old actor said it felt "frivolous and wrong" to be filming the day after the attack.
On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert brought up a headline in the Belfast Telegraph saying Jamie Dornan was the runner-up in the Rear of the Year contest in the U.K.
When last year’s movie adaptation of E.L. James’ erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey earned a $571 million global haul, it almost went without saying that the next two novels in the series — Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed — would soon be having their kinky way with audiences in theaters. Due to hit screens in February 2017 and 2018, respectively, the sequels are being filmed back-to-back and are currently in production now with returning cast members Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson as the randy billionaire Christian Grey and his lady love Anastasia Steele. (House of Cards director James Foley is stepping in for original director Sam Taylor-Johnson.)