Northern Irish actor Jamie Dornan has revealed what he thinks about the recording of Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack and explained what that was a terrifying experience.
The former ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ star shows off his unusual side of acting in ‘Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar,’ the absurd new comedy about two middle-aged Midwesterners who break out of their comfort zone and head south for a wild vacation full of huge trippy cocktails and wise-talking crabs.
During a recent interview with USA Today, the 38-year-old actor recalled his Fifty Shades Freed days and detailed the recording of the soundtrack of the movie, ‘Maybe I’m Amazed.’
Dornan explained the recording of the soundtrack was a terrifying experience because they had to shot that entire thing in Whistler at Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan’s house.
Here’s what Jamie Dornan stated:
“I kind of forgot that I’d sang in “Fifty Shades Freed”! But that in itself was a terrifying experience because we shot that entire thing in Whistler at Sarah McLachlan’s house and that was her (expletive) piano and she’d just played for the entire crew, she’d sang a couple of her monster, giant songs that everybody knows and everyone was crying.
And they were like, ‘Alright Jamie, next up!’ And I was like, (expletive) this, I’m not following that!”
He added that the singing song was different and hard. He also admitted he was exhausted after recording that song:
“This was very different, obviously, But it was hard to sing! It’s like a big ’80s bar ballad, essentially. I was exhausted after recording that song.”
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