Posts Tagged ‘Jamie Dornan’
BUCKLE UP FOR BUCKLEY We may look back on 2019 as the moment the entertainment industry was conquered by Kerry native Jessie Buckley. Earlier this year, Forbes magazine touted the Irish singer-actress on its annual list of “Thirty Under 30” personalities who are about to have a major impact on their various fields. In May,Read more..
Jamie Dornan is working feverishly to branch out from the Fifty Shades franchise, taking on roles in an eclectic mix of offbeat and serious projects. Not long ago, he was in the campy HBO flick My Dinner with Hervé, playing a journalist who gets caught up in the vortex of ’70s celebrity with Hervé Villechaize.Read more..
One of HBO’s more surreal, yet entertaining, recent projects was My Dinner with Hervé, about the life and times of 1970s diminutive Fantasy Island star Hervé Villechaize. The film featured Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage in the title role, as well as Northern Irish actor Jamie Dornan (the Fifty Shades movies), as a journalist whoRead more..
Northern Irish model-turned-actor Jamie Dornan once again steamed up winter movie screens just in time for Valentine’s Day in Fifty Shades Darker, the sequel to the massive erotic hit Fifty Shades of Grey. Later this year look for Dornan in Untogether, a much more sober film – literally. Untogether, which also features Billy Crystal andRead more..
What’s good on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and more of Irish and Irish American interest. ℘℘℘ The holiday season brings with it some much-needed time off for rest and relaxation. Sure, it’s important to catch up with family and friends, but it’s also a great opportunity to catch up on some of those Irish and IrishRead more..
The 28th annual Galway Film Fleadh, held in July, featured a diverse array of Irish films that should be trickling to American screens in the coming months. One of the most highly-anticipated screenings in Galway was director Richie Smyth’s Jadotville, a Netflix production which features Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan. As Variety recently reported,Read more..
1As television dramas become more prestigious, Irish acting talent continues to flock to both cable and network shows. We already know that, this year, Irish American cable-drama veteran Denis Leary (“Rescue Me”) will unveil his new show about an aging rock star called Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll. The comedy-drama will be on the FX network and will also starRead more..