Jamie Dornan Tells Of How He Tried To Put Off Dakota Johnson During Sex Scenes
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Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll be aware that there's a new 50 Shades of Grey movie out. Some of you unlucky sods have probably already been dragged along to see it by your missus. Or, if the feeling has taken you, you'll have gone yourself.
Hey, I'm not here to judge. You do you.
The main guy in 50 Shades Darker is a bloke called Jamie Dornan. AKA this guy...
And his leading lady is Dakota Johnson...
Dornan recently appeared on the Graham Norton Show (alongside Whoopi Goldberg and Keanu Reeves) where they began discussing the sex scenes.
Dornan revealed that he would often try and make his co-star laugh by making 'doodly-doodly-doo' noises as he 'orgasmed'.
I imagine that really took the edge off.
Has this changed your mind about going to see it? Well, be warned if you want to go on your own. A cinema has warned the public that it will not be letting any 'unaccompanied males' in to see it.
Don't panic, lads. I'm pretty sure this 'ban' is 'banter.
The message was recorded on the phone listings for the Diamond Cinema in Navan, Ireland. It says: 'If you're looking to go to Fifty Shades Darker and you're bringing your boyfriend, you better keep lots of space between you.
'It's on an 18 cert and I must stress that single men or married men on their own, any unaccompanied males will not be allowed in.'
The guy behind the message, Paul Egan, spoke to the Irish Mirror: "Well, it's meant to be a titillating film so I thought it might be better to keep the single men outside until we suss it out.
"Sure it could lead to all sorts of temptation with women's hormones flying all over the place, while watching the film.
"It might be better to keep the men outside the door until we see if women can control themselves.
"The film is basically porn for women, going on what the distributors are describing to us."
Come on, Paul. Porn is porn for women. Let's not split hairs here.
Featured Image Credit: The Graham Norton Show
Topics: BBC, keanu reeves