Charlie Hunnam says it was 'heartbreaking' to leave 'Fifty Shades'; he's 'curious' to see it.
The first trailer for the “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie is going to be out this week and the original Christian Grey says he can’t wait to determine the finished product.
Speaking Sunday at a event as part of the Television Critics Association press tour, the 34-year-old actor said he still believes within the film although he’s no more a part of it.
The 34-year-old “Sons of Anarchy” star said he’s excited to determine it and is “really curious.”
Hunnam quit the movie 30 days after it was announced he’d landed the role of the billionaire Grey, a sexual “dominant” who falls for an innocent coed.
He says his schedule didn’t give him time to do “Sons” and “Fifty Shades” and recalls the departure as “pretty heartbreaking.”
The “Sons of Anarchy” actor dropped out of the big-screen adaptation 30 days after it was announced he’d landed the role of the billionaire Grey, a sexual “dominant” with major baggage who falls to have an innocent college coed (played by Dakota Johnson.)
“I don’t believe people have had unchaperoned access to me since all this went on … the Notes were precisely what we said. I couldn’t get it done because of (the) schedule. It had been as simple as that.”
Hunnam says Dornan is “probably much better looking and a lot smoother” than he is.
“Fifty Shades” is scheduled to open on Valentine’s Day in 2015.