I LOVE Jamie Dornan. Yes, I said it. But I love him in The Fall (UK) and I wish he wasn’t going to be Christian Grey because now I have to go see this inevitable piece of trash just to revel in his Northern Irish beauty. Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele? I have no thoughts yet, I will let you know. I am sure you all have thoughts though, so let ‘em rip.
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Yes, Jamie Dornan is the latest Christian Grey in the never-ending casting news that is 50 Shades of Grey, the movie. But I’ll bet you already knew that. To be honest, I just needed a fourth thing to post in my “Nude Dudes” quartet today and why not look at Jamie in his barely clothed modeling days once (or five times) more. At this point, though, this movie had better be soft-core porn for it to be worth this much coverage. Until the next Jamie post, then – James, your move.
New frontrunners include Once Upon a Time actor Jamie Dornan and former soap hunk turned Broadway star Billy Magnussen. Both of them are definitely hot, but considering they started off hoping for a Ryan Gosling or a Robert Pattinson, I’d say they are definitely trolling the d-list here. Not a good sign for the troubled production. At this rate, it’ll be a Lifetime movie by the end of the month.
Well, THAT was an unexpected delight! BOOM! There he was! Thirty seconds into the episode! After being dead for months and months and months. And suddenly the show was worth watching again! Suddenly I have hope for next season! Suddenly I had to change my underwear, HE’S THAT HANDSOME! Even handsomer than he was before, if such a thing is possible. Do you think now that THE MYSTERIOUS PURPLE FOG has BROUGHT MAGIC BACK TO STORYBROOK (I can’t believe I am seriously typing these words) that the Huntsman might LIVE AGAIN? Pleeeeease. Josh Dallas is cute, but he can’t carry the whole show. #bring jamie back for good.
Been there, buddy. (via Sissy Dude)
So last night, Once Upon a Time introduced, then promptly killed, Peter (of Peter and the Wolf fame). Just as they had done to the equally handsome Sheriff caracter (played by Jamie Dornan). Now, of course, there’s no shortage of hot guys in this world in which to cast in fairy tale roles, BUT WHY, I ask? WHY? Why keep killing your hot cast members? Why keep introducing potential breakout stars and then NOT LET THEM BREAK OUT? What if Happy Days had killed Fonzie in the first season? What if Buffy had killed Spike? I get that it’s COOL now to be one of those edgy shows like The Vampire Diaries and Game of Thrones where ANYONE CAN DIE, but here’s an idea: Why not kill old people or ugly people? Kill Rumplestilskin, for God’s sakes, he’s SO HARD TO LOOK AT. I’m gay, see. And gay men watch to see eye candy. It’s not quite THAT simplistic. But it really is. Don’t kill your eye candy and you’ll double your demographic. You ALMOST lost me after killing the sheriff. I’ve included a picture of a girl gnawing on Jamie Dornan’s ass. THAT’S what you got rid of. You don’t think you would have gotten MILLIONS more viewers had you exploited THAT? Getting rid of someone that hot that early in the show’s run was one of the most foolish moves I’ve ever seen. Don’t keep making that mistake over and over. STOP KILLING HUNKS.
“I remember,” he said, just as the wicked mayor crumbled his heart to dust. And just like that, we lost the hottest guy on television.
“It was a strange thing because I’ve seriously bonded with these people,” he told E! “We’re all stuck together for four months and you make proper friendships. The weird thing always weighing in the back of my mind was the episode was getting closer and closer. You start trying to adjust accordingly. I’m not sure if this will be the last you’ll ever see of my face on the show, but it’s certainly the last you’ll see of Sheriff Graham.”
Gotta say, I’m not down with this trend of TV writers capriciously killing our favorite characters for ratings stunts. I’m worried that just because it worked in Game of Thrones, everybody thinks it’s OK to off the people we’re just beginning to love. Jamie was a find. The sobbing huntsman with the lilting Scottish accent could have really taken off, and the fact that he really only got one episode to shine is shame.