We finally have the project Jamie teased about a few weeks ago on Magic Breakfasts show with Ronan Keating whilst golfing at Dunhill Links. Filming for it begins in November in London and Jordan
Jamie Dornan has signed on to co-star with Rosamund Pike in the Marie Colvin biopic “A Private War.”
The biopic is produced by Thunder Road Pictures’ Basil Iwanyk and Kamala Films’ Marissa McMahon, as well as Denver & Delilah Films. Erica Lee is the executive producer.
Colvin covered major conflicts across the world — from Chechnya to Sri Lanka, where she lost the sight in her left eye in 2001. Colvin died in 2012 during a rocket attack while covering the Siege of Homs in Syria for the U.K.’s Sunday Times.
Cartel Land helmer Matthew Heineman is directing the movie.
With major film shoots, including Fifty Shades Darker and Bollywood’s Befikre, lined up, filming in Paris is rebounding following the terror attacks that rocked the city last November.
Both blockbusters are in the works. Darker, the next installment of the hit Fifty Shades trilogy, starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, will shoot for several days in Paris “within the first six months” of this year, film officials said.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Jamie Dornan broke out as a movie star earlier this year thanks to his starring role in Fifty Shades of Grey, and was expected to appear on the big screen again next month in Burnt. However, Dornan’s part in the film — about a chef’s second attempt at making it in the restaurant business — has been removed, EW has confirmed.
“In making every film, cuts and adjustments in storylines inevitably occur. In the case of Burnt, Jamie’s role was a small cameo that he was kind enough to do for us and was part of Sienna Miller’s character’s backstory,” Burnt director John Wells said in a statment to EW. “We ultimately decided to focus on Adam Jones’ redemption story.”
Bradley Cooper tackles the starring role of Adam Jones, a one-time chef prodigy who got his start in Paris at age 16. After a huge professional failure, Adam heads to London for a second chance. Sienna Miller plays Cooper’s love interest, who presumably had a past with Dornan’s character.
“I was thrilled to have Jamie,” Wells continued. “His performance was fantastic.”
Next up for Dornan is a war thrille,r Anthropoid, and Netflix film, Jadotville, next year, along with reprising his role in BBC’s The Fall, which returns in 2016.
Source: Entertainment Weekly