Jamie Dornan flees to rural hideaway after 'mocking' Fifty Shades of Gray | Jamie Dornan

Jamie Dornan fled to a rural hideaway when critics panned his performance. Fifty Shades of Grey, the actor revealed. An Empty House – provided as a retreat by her director, Sam Taylor-Johnson, and her actor husband, Aaron – allowed her to avoid the „mockery” that followed the film's release in 2015.

„I hid,” he admitted to Lauren LaVerne in a wide-ranging and „very emotional” interview this weekend.

TV hit star Tourist And fall tells BBC Radio 4's Laverne Desert Island Disks, he and his wife, artist and musician Amelia Warner, and their first child, Dulcie, went into hiding until the reactions died down. “I get behind life-changing reviews fall And the BAFTA nominations and all this kind of madness … and then I was ridiculed, almost,” Dornan tells Laverne.

The film's massive box office success has done a lot to soften the blow, 41-year-old Dornan admits, but it's hard to take the difference in critical reception. “They are [the Taylor-Johnsons] Let's take their place in the country, we hide there for a while, shut ourselves off from the world for a while and come out on the other side,” he says.

Jamie Dornan as Christian Gray in the 2015 film Fifty Shades of Grey, which received poor reviews but was a box office success. Photo: Focus Features/Allstar/Focus Features

Based on L James's best-selling romance novel, the film grossed more than £1bn and sequels were quickly set in motion.

„It's a strange thing, because you're like: 'OK, there's a bit of comedy here, but I'm doing two more under contract now' – and knowing that there's going to be more of that destruction,” says Dornan. „Even now, although I've received very glowing reviews for recent works, many of them are not unremarkable. Fifty Shades. A lot of reviews are like: 'He's great, but lest we forget, he's not great.' Give us a chance!”

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The Northern Irish actor tells Laverne that he has no regrets about taking on the role of Christian Grey, and explains that he may have had a hard time early on after the death of his mother, Lorna, a nurse, when he was 16, and the trauma of losing four of his closest friends. Soon after a road accident.

The tearful star plays Pa in Kenneth Branagh's film Belfast, her father Jim, a renowned obstetrician who died during the epidemic, remembers sitting in the family car after a rugby game and first breaking the news of her mother's illness to her, and how her sisters picked her up. Loss. „I'm grateful that it was told straight to me,” he says. “It's a funny thing. I sometimes feel guilty saying this, but I don't remember her. You don't expect anything to be taken away from it.

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