There was a lot more to Charlie Hunnam backing out of “Fifty Shades of Grey” than we thought!interview with MovieFone, Charlie sticks by his original story, saying he quit because of scheduling issues, but adds that the role gave him “something of a nervous breakdown.”
While promoting her new “Britney Jean” album across the pond, KIIS-FM UK asked the pop star who she would like to see as Christian Grey. She answered, “I love James Franco. I think he’s really cool.”Funny enough, James isn’t the guy she’s been dreaming about. Brit confessed she just had a dream about another favorite for the part, Ryan Gosling!
First Charlie Hunnam dropped out of “Fifty Shades of Grey” and now rumor has it the media attention surrounding the coveted role of Anastasia Steele might be too much for Dakota Johnson. Will she also call it quits?Eonline.com, "Dakota is having a very hard time dealing with all the press. When she first got the role, it was way too much for her."
The search is on for a new Christian Grey! With Charlie Hunnam out of the picture, the role is up for grabs, and Metro UK has the odds on who will get it.Matt Bomer is the actor they want to see as the kinky leading man from E.L. James’ S&M novel. Ladbrokes Online Betting tells the paper that the "White Collar" star has the best chance of landing the steamy part opposite Dakota Johnson as the 6/1 favorite.
Charlie Hunnam has dropped out of playing Christian Grey in the highly anticipated film adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey," Universal Pictures announced Saturday.
Charlie Hunnam will have plenty of naked screen time in “Fifty Shades of Grey,” but will he use a body double to do Christian Grey’s heavy lifting?
Actor Charlie Hunnam spoke for the first time since being cast as Christian Grey in the film adaptation "Fifty Shades of Grey," at the "Sons of Anarchy" premiere in Hollywood on Saturday.The Hollywood Reporter of his instant chemistry with co-star Dakota Johnson. "As soon as we got in the room and started reading with Dakota, I knew that I definitely wanted to do it, because there was a tangible chemistry between us… it felt kind of exciting and fun and weird and compelling, and so that was it."
It turns out Charlie Hunnam and Dakota Johnson weren’t necessarily author E.L. James or Universal’s first picks to play Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in “Fifty Shades of Grey.”petition the studio to hire Matthew Bomer and Alexis Bledel instead, the Hollywood Reporter is revealing the names of other actors and actresses courted for the leading roles.