Jamie Dornan Says ‘Terrifying Experience’ While Detailing The Recording Of Fifty Shades Freed Soundtrack
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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