Helen   October 10, 2020   0 Comments

The Irish actor has a lot to say about his new fragrance campaign, and even more to say on the pandemic—find the whole scoop here.
It all begins in 2015: The BOSS The Scent collection by Hugo Boss is launched, followed shortly by the more feminine BOSS The Scent For Her in 2016. From there, further editions of the collection are added. However, our story starts in 2018. The launch of the Boss The Scent Private Accord was punctuated with a killer campaign featuring Jamie Dornan, the star of the 50 Shades of Grey franchise and Dutch model Birgit Kos—the perfect faces to capture the magic and allure of the collection.
Two years on, the magic continues with BOSS The Scent Absolute. Released in September of 2019, just before the pandemic settled in full force, this chapter of BOSS The Scent is the most intense to date.
The olfactory embodiment of both attraction and mystery, this latest his-and-hers pairing is the most intimate and most intoxicating yet. To learn more about the new campaign and delve a little deeper into Dornan’s reprisal as the face of BOSS The Scent, we sat him down for a quick chat.
Ahead, find his take on the BOSS fragrance family, sensuality and navigating the tumultuous pandemic.

Can you tell us your favourite thing about the BOSS The Scent fragrances?
The smell? (laughs) I’m sorry, that was a joke. I love the message behind the fragrance. When I wear it I feel confident, self-assured, masculine and sophisticated. You know, most things that you’d want from a fragrance; something that makes you feel like a heightened version of yourself. I feel that the BOSS The Scent fragrances give you exactly those feelings.

BOSS The Scent fragrances are deeply inspired by the art of seduction—what does sensuality mean to you?
It’s sort of a personal thing, sensuality. It means different things to different people, but I think sensuality is like a magnetism and a willingness to go somewhere with someone but still feel warm and comforted. That’s my version of sensuality— wanting to be in a seductive place with someone, yet still feel safe there. At least, that’s my vague way of summing that up.

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  Helen   October 09, 2020   0 Comments

Emily Blunt and Jamie Dornan let the sparks fly in their first movie together, Wild Mountain Thyme.

The Ireland-set romantic drama from John Patrick Shanley, the Oscar-winning writer of Moonstruck, showcases the pair’s crackling chemistry, which was on full display when they spoke with PEOPLE about the project, out this December.

In Wild Mountain Thyme, Blunt, 37, plays Rosemary Muldoon, a headstrong farmer with a yearning for her neighbor, Anthony Reilly (Dornan, 38). Unfortunately for Rosemary, he is completely oblivious to her feelings for him. With his father (Christopher Walken) working to sell the family farm to his American nephew (Jon Hamm), Anthony is inspired to pursue his dreams — and perhaps a romance with Rosemary.

The film is based on Shanley’s own hit Broadway play Outside Mullingar, which received a 2014 Tony Award nomination for best play and starred Debra Messing in her Broadway debut as Rosemary.

In a PEOPLE exclusive first look at the romance, Blunt and Dornan discuss their love for Shanley’s screenplay, mastering region-specific Irish accents and taking a break from blockbusters to tell a more intimate story.

PEOPLE: How are you two?

Emily Blunt: We’re doing great. Jamie was just asking the question of… He literally was talking about what is nude these days and I was like, what do you mean? Is half nude considered nude? And then he got cut off by this really interesting fact he was about to tell me. These are the kind of conversations we seem to have. Pretty exciting.

PEOPLE: Jamie has a lot of experience with nudity, so.

Jamie Dornan: Oh, yeah.

Blunt: I have never seen him in those films. I only know him as the awkward and strange Anthony from Wild Mountain Thyme. I have never seen these films that you speak of.

Dornan: If you play your cards right, you’ll be getting them for Christmas.

PEOPLE: Well, why don’t we kick it off just with the chemistry you two obviously have? You two have good banter and you seem to be pretty friendly with one another. What was it like acting alongside each other and did you hit it off right from the start?

Dornan: So in my mind, Emily and I have met a couple of times before. I felt like we had connected in quite a strong way before and other real sort of meeting of minds, mutual respect. And then we arranged to have dinner. Emily’s sister and my wife are very close friends, and we arranged to have this dinner when we knew we were doing this job together. And Emily acted like, and actually said, that she’d never met me before.

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  Helen   September 03, 2020   0 Comments

This sounds like a great film in the making! Jamie Dornan, Caitriona Balfe, Ciaran Hinds, and Dame Judi Dench have all inked deals to star in Belfast, a semi-autobiographical movie penned by Kenneth Branagh, who will also direct

According to Daily Mail Showbiz columnist Baz Bamigboye, 50 Shades star Dornan will play the role of Branagh’s father in the movie with Dublin-born actor Caitriona Balfe playing his wife and Branagh’s mother. The star-studded cast will also feature Dame Judi Dench in the role of Branagh’s grandmother with Belfast-born actor and Game of Thrones star Ciaran Hinds playing his grandfather.

It is also reported that filming has already begun in some parts of England in secret whilst plans are also afoot to film more scenes for the movie in Northern Ireland later this year

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Alex Jones and Gethin Jones are joined by Jamie Dornan and Shailene Woodley. Plus Strictly winner Jay McGuiness and Girls Aloud’s Kimberley Walsh

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  Helen   August 03, 2020   0 Comments

One of our all-time favourite Irishmen, Jamie Dornan joins us for a chat all about his brand new film, Endings, Beginnings – created mainly from actor improvisation. We will also be hearing about how Jamie has been indulging in Fifty Shades of green in his country house during the lockdown, why he’s thrilled that homeschooling has come to an end and how he has enjoyed being at home with his children

  Helen   July 29, 2020   0 Comments

Dermot’s guest today is 50 Shades… star Jamie Dornan.
He’ll be talking about his new romantic drama, Endings, Beginnings. Jamie earned international recognition for playing Sheriff Graham Humbert in the series, Once Upon a Time, and serial killer Paul Spector in the crime drama series, The Fall.

In film, he has portrayed Axel von Fersen in Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette, Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades franchise, and Jan Kubiš in Anthropoid

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  Helen   July 21, 2020   0 Comments

In aid of War Child, Jamie has donated a private video call in order to raise money for the charity. Bids can be made over at charitystars.com, with the top bid currently sat at £1500. All the T&C’s can be read below

Winner must be over 18
– Experience to occur at mutally agreed time and date
– Experience to occur over Zoom
– Access to Zoom app and stable internet connection required
– Video call must not be recorded or publicly shared
– Call may be introduced and ended by War Child representative.

The proceeds of this auction will go to War Child’s Emergency Coronavirus Crowdfunder to support children whose lives have been torn apart by war

  Helen   July 15, 2020   0 Comments