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Was Jamie Dornan Cut From Bradley Cooper's Latest Film?

Was Jamie Dornan Cut From Bradley Cooper's Latest Film?

Bradley Cooper puts a cap on as he makes his way back to his car after grabbing dinner with friends at Giorgio Baldi on Saturday night (September 19) in Santa Monica, Calif.

The 40-year-old actor repped his alma mater Georgetown University.

According to the Toronto Sun, Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan was cut from Bradley‘s upcoming film Burnt.

The movie follows chef Adam Jones, who destroyed his career with drugs and diva behavior. He cleans up and returns to London, determined to redeem himself by spearheading a top restaurant that can gain three Michelin stars.

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  • Mercyneal

    For the love of god, Jared: will you please STOP using the word “grab” in relation to people getting meals. Can’t you think of another word for someone “grabbing” dinner or lunch? So sick of you using this term day-in, day out

  • Negrita

    Jamie cant act

  • alibi

    Well he was barely in the movie…a couple of mins at most?

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  • Nouseforaname

    This was clarified literally a month ago. Or around then. Every single news /gossip/source is like way behind on this. He made a cameo in the film. Not enough to even have a decent pay from it if it wasn’t cut. So how about we all learn a little more about the film industry or just… You know… Not be sheeple while reading tabloids and believe everything we hear/read (most likely read) let alone make up random things that sound like a schizophrenic on meth… Savi?

  • Nouseforaname

    Everyone has their own taste. But… Exactly how many things have you seen him in? I’ve seen him in a few besides rotten fifty. Not just The Fall. Which was his best by far, however he has potential from seeing him do other little things. I particularly loved his character in Beyond The Rave. It was a fun teen/vampire fun web show that was actually really fun watch (like any other horror/teen flick) of course roles like that are not made particularly for talent. We don’t watch things such as Friday The 13th or Star Wars for acting skills. More for the fandom and fun of it. I love horror films, even ones with bad acting and storyline…. If there even is one. But that’s the fun of being a horror nerd. We all wept at Wes Craven’s death. True horror fans did. So anyways, I have gotten carried away… My point is that despite Beyond The Rave just being a fun film/show for the sake of us horror fans. Jamie’s character was believeable and real. I didn’t really notice anything negative about his performance. He even claimed he does a terrible English accent… I think… I may be remembering wrong. But his English accent is perfect in BTR. So if he did say it… I think he’s being too hard on himself. Finally I saw Racing Hearts(?) and Shadows in the Sun. Now Racing Hearts or Flying Home was small… Simple. Nothing bad… Nothing great. But I liked it. Not enough to own it, but I liked it. And Shadows in the Sun was a very interesting piece. And Jamie’s character had very little to few lines and I think he did well with very little. Just because someone has little to no lines does not mean they don’t have grounds for a good critique on their work. The child that played Damien in the Omen (both original and remake) had literally almost zero lines. I think the remake literally was zero lines not including deleted scenes. For a child… That kid deserved an Oscar (both of them) they delivered evil without a single word. That’s talent! So Jamie’s character in a shadows kind of does the same thing except not to the same level. Not oscar worthy, but potential was there. I think Jamie is best as a villain which most actors claim is the hardest role to portray depending on the villain. Serial killers being exceptionally high. I know he doesn’t want to be typecast but he should be proud because most actors are not the best villains. Plenty of actors are mainly villains. Jack Nickolson, and Anthony Hopkins. Both Oscar winners over time. So… I guess what I am saying is… It’s unfair and unprofessional to judge an actor WAY too early in their career. Everyone has to start somewhere and usually the start is a very shitty movie with really shitty script and a really shitty plot. When no one knows who you are… That’s where you HAVE to start. Jamie is only in the beginning of his career. Once his resume is bigger then we can see. Whether he does indie’s or not is a whole other story. I personally think he should. Screw mainstream films. They all mainly suck. I haven’t even seen a good horror film in the mainstream in like… A very long time. The Conjuring was good. Annabelle not so much. The good horror films today are either foreign or independent. It’s hard to find good solid films in any genre in the mainstream these days. Sorry… Got carried away… I’m an artist I just like having these conversations in general… It’s fun.

  • Negrita

    I had to thumb you up because of the effort you put explaining me your points of view. Im not a movie expert but many times I like to check out how the actors play their movie roles and if the actor plays it wrong I easily get distracted. Thats what happened to me in “fifty shades”. Apart from having had a bad day I couldnt concentrate in the movie because his character was insipid with the same entonation in every line and not a single facial expression. I understand the character was cold but he lacked of something.

  • auntgiddy

    Agreed. His timing is off. Never seems to hear his cue. She has excellent acting instincts. Her delivery is believable. Fluid. His has a halting quality to it. He can deliver lines. But he doesn’t make me believe them.
    I actually liked FSOG. Was a surprise. In retrospect, likely due to Sam’s direction and Dakota Johnson’s charm. The BDSM was not offensive. More of an antagonist. Too bad Sam’s gone.

  • Forth Fabk

    I am pretty sure that he played CG the way he did on purpose. I think those of us who read the entire series are at a disadvantage because we know what happens in the follow-up books. But in the beginning he had no spectrum of emotions. Everything was pretty much expressed with anger. I think he is a fine actor with a very promising future. Let’s see what he does in the next FSOG films.

  • Nouseforaname

    Thanks! And sorry again for such a long response, I swear it didn’t look that long when I originally posted it. I just love having these conversations, and seeing what other people see. And don’t worry about it, maybe if you see other things he’s done you may still not like his acting skills and that’s okay, that’s the beauty of art is that it comes in all shapes and sizes, and everyone has their own fit. I felt like his American accent was WAY better in Flying Home/Racing Hearts despite it being just a cute interesting story. I feel like Fifty was doomed from the beginning. I am not a huge fan of the books, I have plenty of friends who love and enjoy them so I don’t judge, but I felt like the book wasn’t good, so I didn’t expect much from the movie and this is coming from someone who kind of looks up to Jamie Dornan because I love acting, and I think he pulled off being a villian amazingly, and that’s the type of work I am into. The more dark stuff lol. But even before Fifty was finished filming, I had a bad feeling about it. I don’t doubt he loves his co-stars, I just think he is not as into Fifty as he is trying to make everyone think. He goes back and forth, between saying good things about it, then admitting he would probably strangle Grey in real life. (Which I can’t blame him lol) I think that is the REAL tension going on with his wife and stuff. I think he never wanted to do it in the first place but his team insisted it for career reasons. He’s a Taurus, Taurus’ are known for biting off more than they can chew, and I think he did that with Fifty with the new baby and trying to kick off his career. Hey, you live, you learn. He’ll get passed it eventually. As long as he’s strong and mature and continues to ignore the lies and drama, he’ll be fine. it’ll just be a while before everything is normal again because those kinds of films attract the most negative attention from the media.

  • Negrita

    I agree that he probably wasnt prepared for that role. He’s said it in an interview I think that he needed preparation. I find him shy and definitely not the kind of character he’d easily portray. Im not his fan and I dont follow him. I didnt know about him til “fifty shades” so thats my poor opinion.

  • jana

    I will just wait for the FALL and the release of his movies he has been busy making
    Jamie is a good actor.

  • auntgiddy

    Never read the books. My perspective wasn’t prejudiced by any storyline expectations. TBH, resisted seeing it. Was familiar with his prior work not hers. She’s a real discovery. Based on her more recent work, my gut is correct. She’s a keeper.
    Yes. He played CG as directed. Just as she played AS as directed. And yet. I believed her character. And not his.
    This isn’t personal. Wish he were a better actor. Not sure its something one can learn. Like a trade. People are wired to be actors. Not to say there aren’t lots of successful bad ones. Usually based on looks and youth. Or sadly. Which director they blow. These tend to fall by the wayside over time. HW isn’t a place where moral sanity has much value.

  • Nouseforaname

    I have faith it’ll be better next time around. The good thing about all this is the team will look at faults and work on them, hopefully. Doesn’t mean they will, but that’s the more professional and appropriate way to do it. I know everyone praises Sam, and YES she is a talented Director, and NO not all of it was her fault, EL James would NOT allow her creative freedom and I am on the Director’s side with that argument. I think it was not professional to give James as much power as she had. (Especially since better writers didn’t even have that luxury. no offense) But I do consider it bad direction, because despite not liking the books there was A LOT of emotional Christian scenes left out that Dornan could’ve expanded on. They kept the extremely cold and dark side of Christian and absolutely no sign of the sweet, caring and thoughtful Christian. I know I sound like a Fifty fan even though I said I’m not lol

  • Nouseforaname

    See, I disagree but I also have seen him do plenty of other things, and yes they were small and tiny roles but I didn’t see anything particularly negative. I think Jamie needs to stick to being the villain, I know he doesn’t want to be typecast, but being the villain and being that good at it has it’s advantages. Lots of actors thrive on that villain role all the time. But I can understand why he wants to show talent in other areas. I didn’t see him in Marie Antoinette, but I saw Once Upon a Time, Flying Home, Beyond the Rave (HORROR FAN!!!) and I saw Shadows in the Sun. And all except Flying Home I didn’t see anything particularly negative about his acting abilities. Flying was home was better than Fifty, his American Accent was funny to listen to because he sounds so different than when he speaks in his Irish tongue. But Fifty’s Accent was not so great. I would have to say Fifty is his worst film, and his small barely paid roles were not only better acting wise…. they were better films as a whole. Even without Jamie, I gaurentee Fifty would’ve still flopped.

  • auntgiddy

    So. You’re saying he has no range. Because to delegate him to villain roles is essentially putting him in a pretty-boy-psychopath box. What happens when a role requires more than one-dimensional psychopaths?
    IDK. This isn’t rocket science. He’s either capable of a good performance. Or not. Based on what Foley is saying. These next films will require acting chops. Have you ever seen Glengarry-Glen Ross or House of Cards? Fast dialogue, tension and emotion pours out of every single frame. His directing style is exhausting. Not my cup of tea. But the acting is always good.
    We’ll see won’t we..

  • Nouseforaname

    Not entirely true. Sometimes Actors thrive on their signature roles. Playing a serial Killer villain is tough, most actors have trouble with it. Including Dornan, admitting to having nightmares and unsettling thoughts. it’s a common thing said amongst actors playing the darkest villains. Jack Nickolson’s signature roles are usually men who are either psychopaths, or just plain dicks. When do you see Nickolson in a role such as…. playing the character of Dick Van Dyke if they were to ever make a film about him or whatever? No it’s not rocket science, but that itself is not entirely true to some aspect. It’s not easy. Art is work, and it takes time to find your place in the world of art. With Fifty, everyone acts like he’s the reason the film failed…. it failed simply because it was Fifty Shades of Grey, his acting was just the icing on top. There are many many many reasons to why a film could fail. There is literally never only ONE reason. Thousands of people work on one film project at once, it is impossible for only ONE thing to go wrong or to be the cause of failure. I wouldn’t necessarily put him in “Pretty boy” psychopathic box, Yes he is an attractive man, but this is my personal opinion coming in, I consider someone like Zac Efron a Pretty Boy, I specifically find Dornan attractive because he does not look like a pretty boy. lol at least to me. I haven’t gotten a chance to see House of Cards, been wanting to, but when it comes to television (Not that it’s television, netflix but sort of the same thing. lol) I am not very good at keeping up on good shows. I started watching The Walking Dead, enjoyed it, but eventually fell behind by 3 seasons and now I just don’t think I have the time to catch up. Like I already said, Dornan’s resume is very very small. it’s not very fair or professional to judge his talent with very little behind it. If he still doesn’t deliver after at least 3 to five more films (That are not Fifty), then I’d say maybe he needs work, but up until I saw Fifty Shades he hasn’t performed in a way where I thought he was bad. and I foresaw Fifty’s failure long before Dornan was involved, and even after I heard he was going to be on it.

  • auntgiddy

    Woosh! You must be exhausted..
    Comparing Dornan to Nicholson is hilarious. And kinda unfair to Dornan. Sure. Jack’s persona is in every role. But he’s never one-dimensional. Ever. His eyes are very expressive. Dornan has dead-fish eyes in most scenes.
    Nothing wrong with liking him. Seems a likeable bloke. But based on his work he isn’t a good actor. Whether that changes is purely speculative.

  • Nouseforaname

    I wasn’t Comparing Dornan to Nickolson. Why do people always assume when you use an example it’s a comparison? It was never intended to be a comparison. Just an example.

    And you mean based on Fifty Shades. Not his work, I at least have some form of well crafted critique based on other roles he has done, you can’t judge an actor on one film. That…. Is what is truly unfair. Now, I am not saying you’re dead wrong, but your tone sounds like you’re accusing me of being dead wrong. Art is expressive, I left that long message because I love having these conversations. Most artists are like this. We use critical thinking to come to a conclusion on why we like or do not like something. It’s not end all be all with us.

    There are people out there who think Javk Nickolson is a God awful actor, they have that right, although it doesn’t make them right, but it also doesn’t make them wrong. That’s why it’s called Art.

    Next time… Try not to be so rude in your tone. We were all having a civil conversation, it shouldn’t be too hard for you to do that as well.

  • auntgiddy

    Not rude. Insightful. Pithy. Amusing. Hard to take any of this seriously. You are free to fan-bot Jamie Dornan. But spare me the “its ART” argument. To quote Justice Potter Stewart — when asked about defining obscenity — “I know it when I see it”. Same with good acting. I know it when I see it. And thus far. I haven’t seen it with Dornan.

  • Nouseforaname

    And that’s your opinion, doesn’t make it fact.
    And I will talk about whatever I want, however I want. As long as it doesn’t hurt others…It’s part of my personality

    There’s another quote too

    “If you think you know everything, you probably don’t know anything” – Socrates.
    If you can’t have a civil discussion without being condescending, then work on your social skills. People can have two different points of view, without being dicks about it.

  • Jackie

    Dude… Quit being disrespectful just because it’s the Internet it doesn’t give you no right to feel high and mighty…. Wait… You’re on Jared… So… Yeah… That in itself shows you have no place to claim to be the only smart one in the room. Come back when you hit puberty…

    And for the record I am in no way a Dornan fan, but I have a conscience and I couldn’t speak to people the way you do. I just… Don’t understand why people think this behavior is ok. You don’t go to sleep at night feeling at least a little guilty for acting like a bitch for no real legit reason? Never mind, it’ll probably be some asshole answer anyways…

  • auntgiddy

    Big sigh. This is a place for commentary. Made no claims. Other than opining Dornan isn’t a good actor. With much less vitriol. Than you.

  • Julia

    I read your comments against JD everywhere, what’s wrong with you man, you must be exhausted with all the hate, he’s just an actor trying to make a living, if you don’t like him or hate him so much don’t read anything about him don’t watch his movies… Please shut up!!! Keep your nasty comments to yourself.

  • auntgiddy

    He’s a highly paid actor. Not some poor schmuck making minimum wage barely holding it together. The only thing affecting his ability to work is him.

  • Nouseforaname

    Correction: he is very highly paid model, not actor. Jamie’s experience hasn’t earned him the same salary such as… Zac Efron for example. 250,000 is not a lot of money, for Fifty Shades. It would be for me… However… Maybe not so much. I’ll be going to grad school soon for psych… So… Yeeeeeaaahhh…. Not quite a lot of money for me either. Anyways. Not saying Jamie is poor. He certainly isn’t. I don’t know the numbers exactly, but I’m sure his royalties for Calvin Klein brands is pretty big since he was their poster boy for a few years, sort to speak. 250,000 goes real fast, he has a kid so I would hope some of the biggest bucks he is making would go towards her education. Taxes, bills, plain tickets etc. like I said, I know he isn’t poor, but he certainly isn’t as rich as say… Leo DiCaprio, Danzel Washington or Meryl Streep. You get the picture. But what I think Julia is saying is… He’s just a man trying to do what he’s always dreamed of doing. It means something to him with his mother having passed away and always wanting to be an actress. So it’s personal for him and he’s trying his best. Personaly, I’m conflicted to believe he tried his hardest with fifty or not. Part of me thinks he did try but he had a newborn and so…. He bit off too more he could chew. That man was sleep deprived for about a year after that. So… It’s possible he did try, but maybe it was all bad timing.

  • auntgiddy

    Please stop. When you and the person above cast aspersions against me you throw down the gauntlet and I respond with truth. You see. It’s not personal. It’s not about keeping his dream. It’s about seeing reality. Keeping it real.
    Funny. You’ve offered so many reasons for his current situation. But left out the one I would credit. His wife. She’s a well-known impediment to his success. And likely his happiness too. But we all make bad choices. And those choices affect our lives. His are perhaps more visible. Part of the Faustus bargain actors make to be in lucrative films. Sad. Really.
    He made two films this summer. Let’s wait and see. Shall we?

  • Nouseforaname

    Please stop what? Being me? Sorry not one to pretend to be something else in order to get along with someone. That’s an insecurity issue, one I don’t have. Aspersions? That’s a big word to describe a single conversation that didn’t effect either one of our lives specifically. You comment was rude, at least to me… However I did not simply consider you to be a bad person. People sometimes don’t know how to socialize with certain others. It’s not an attack I did, but something that stood out to me that I decided to rehash on since I was merely defending myself. You type how you think, you’re unaware of the way it is shown to others. Plenty of people are like this. Not a big deal, just something to work on.

    As far as his wife, I don’t know where that came from or why you’re taking this down a path that would blatantly accuse someone of something, But you’re right! She’s the one that has to put up with him and she has helped him achieve all he has. She accepted him in a very promiscuous film. I’m sure Jamie is proud and loving for the fact that she is. Yes, I believe he adores her with his being. It be a pitty if they split but that’s life and they would both survive it somehow. That’s all I have on that subject because I don’t have anything to support it either way. Those are just the assumptions I am making based on what very little I know. I’d rather not run my mouth about something I am unaware of, especially of someone’s personal life…. Something about that seems wrong.

    But yes, I fact we’ll see three new things of Dornan, we shall see. Things can change, either negative or positive. You are right about that.

  • Julia

    Well said nouseforaname, I totally agree with you!!!

  • auntgiddy

    You may post whatever you wish. But be careful who you bait. Never know what you hooked.

  • Nouseforaname

    And threats? Right. What good do they do in a place like this? And once again I sincerely wasn’t baiting you. However, now paranoia stands out to me. We shall go our separate ways.

  • Guest

    What I find interesting is I remember you! Like a month ago or so… I don’t know I don’t keep time right. You were saying the same exact things a nouseforname was saying in another site. How Jamie has potential and that the Fall shows that. Wow, kinda weird. And hypocritical…

  • auntgiddy

    Yeah. Weird, huh? Sometimes ppl change their mind. Or simply lose hope that things get better. Or maybe decide TRUTH is the only way forward. Idunno. You choose.

  • Guest

    Well, I wouldn’t say the TRUTH. COnsidering I agree with nousename. All of this stuf is arbitrary, because whether you want to admit the TRUTH or not. All of this falls under Art. Art is subjective. Just saying. And it’s still hypocritical, you’re talking DOWN on someone, when just a little time ago you felt the same way. You were even nicer then, I feel. So don’t let personal issues make you bitter (what I am assuming) you won’t live as long, I promise. Just wanted to give that little advice. :) (I guess I chose the more negative outcome “Simply lose hope things get better”)

  • auntgiddy

    Advice is ALSO arbitrary. Unless its given and received with grace and humility. I’ll accept your advice if you consider my initial comments in this thread regarding “timing” in the same vein. And perhaps we’ll BOTH learn valuable lessons.

  • Guest

    I’ve considered them, you may even have a point here and there. Just like you said, when advice is given with grace and humility, and your comments lack those two things. Or at least some of them do. Not saying mine doesn’t just saying this is kind of a circle.

  • auntgiddy

    My early comments were based on honest observations of performance. Timing. It’s NOT an argument about ART. It’s a discussion of execution. Then came the blowback and attack on me. That my opinion had no standing. OK. My opinion doesn’t matter. Got it. And. I have no right to change my mind over time. OK. Duly noted. You win. And. I’ll die an untimely death because of my “personal” opinions. Well. With all my MANY faults wishing death on anyone isn’t among them.
    You’ll get no further opinions nor advice nor response from me.

  • auntgiddy

    Don’t want to leave on bad terms. It’s not personal. Never was. That’s different than impartial. On that I am guilty. Cause I rather like him. Always have. Probably always will. But that doesn’t mean I don’t see clearly. All the things which impact his work.

    Sometimes words cut deeper than intended. And for that I am sorry. Words are important. But deeds are what we leave behind. So let me leave both. And offer hope that good is the only outcome for all. Take care.

  • Guest

    Wow! I now advise you to speak with a counselor. Yes we all sometimes don realize how rude we can be. But my comment did not suggest you didn’t have a right to your opinion, nor did I feel that way with other comments toward you. I didn’t threaten your life, it’s actually a very common saying to be less bitter and more positive and you will live longer. Those who live in despair, fear, anger any negative things tend to have a short lifespan. I’m very spiritual so THAT’s what I meant, that wasn’t a threat on your life and although I am sorry you took it that way, I think anyone with a rational mind would not take it that way. Your opinion matters, yes but you spoke to others as if their opinion didn’t matter, like I said… It’s a circle. So how can you take offense to that when you were doing the exact same thing? No I don’t expect a response from you, but I do hope you take this common into a deep contemplation because you took my entire comment out of context. I pray for you, I hope you find peace because it is now clear to me that you have a conflict crashing inside you and all you need is guidance. Take care

  • Guest

    Okay I just saw his comment. Sorry about the first one. Thank you and yes, that’s what I meant by be more positive you’ll live longer. Words are very important and that’s all I think everyone was trying to voice to you. Take care, and I mean that!

  • auntgiddy

    DO NOT PRAY FOR ME. Never pray for someone unless they ask. In the “spiritual biz” that’s called malpractise. Pray for yourself. Or that divine wisdom is seen by all.

    Since you obviously follow my comments you might recall what I wrote at the time. That Dornan’s performance in FSOG was likely impacted by difficult wife + newborn whilst filming challenging scenes. Nothings changed. And she’s pregnant again. Likely due during filming FSD.

    I suppose pointing out those facts seem unkind. But those are the kinds of facts studios weigh when hiring an actor. It’s all about money. And ticket sales. And I don’t make the rules. Nor influence the outcome.

  • Guest

    I wasn’t going to respond anymore but the “spiritual biz” part bothered me. First of all, everyone practices their own religion and their own religion differently. I wasn’t specific on what I practice, so you can’t even correct my “orthodox ways” or whatever you call them. Because there are A LOT as it is, let alone Pin down mine because I left no detail on what exactly I practice. And actually we are supposed to pray for anyone and everyone. Even those you may not like. That’s a true Good Samaritan. My mother has taught me that. She always prayed for even the most hurtful person in her life and I always admired her for it. For years I was bitter towards the ones that hurt me over the years but my mother never did get that way, despite years of abuse and neglect from those who should never put those things on their child she remained faithful in humanity. And now that I am older I now see why she always prayed for everyone. Because we don’t know their inner turmoil no matter what. Even when you, as a human, have a right to be done with that person you should never lose faith. I haven’t spoken to my childhood friend in months due to very good reasons and yet I still pray for her every night because Lord knows she needs some kind of care in her life. Despite me putting a boundary between us, I still care for her as I always did because she was the sister I never had. So I continue to pray for her to find peace within herself before we can be as we used to be again. But finally, you can’t put walls on religion, especially someone else’s religion. That’s not even right. And that’s exactly what everyone on this site was trying to tell you, you have this way about you that says “my way or the highway” meanwhile none of us even know what each other looks like and yet you are setting rules for us? So just for that I truly will continue to pray for you. As crazy as it sounds, despite not even knowing your face I do care about the happiness of others despite whether I know them or not. And actually we all should, if too many people are unhappy in the world… Then what does that say about the world…? And I won’t even comment on Jamie Dornan and Fifty anymore because we all already know one another’s opinions. Now we’re just repeating ourselves.

  • auntgiddy

    When someone says to NOT pray for them but you do it anyway then you are not doing it FOR them but for YOURSELF. When we pray for our enemies we are actually saying we have NO enemies. Do you SEE the difference? If not. You have much to learn about “spirituality”. That’s OK. You have eternity to figure it out.

  • auntgiddy

    When someone says to NOT pray for them but you do it anyway then you are not doing it FOR them but for YOURSELF. When we pray for our enemies we are actually saying we have NO enemies. Do you SEE the difference? If not. You have much to learn about “spirituality”. That’s OK. You have eternity to figure it out.

  • auntgiddy

    When someone says to NOT pray for them but you do it anyway then you are not doing it FOR them but for YOURSELF. When we pray for our enemies we are actually saying we have NO enemies. Do you SEE the difference? If not. You have much to learn about “spirituality”. That’s OK. You have eternity to figure it out.

  • Guest

    Okay, I’m not doing his anymore. You seriously are the most ignorant person I have ever met. In all my years of being involved in things spiritually I have never heard of what you’re talking about. And keep in mind, your used the letter S in malpractiCe which means you’re not American! Which means we come from two different countries which also means TWO DIFFERENT CULTURES! So however you do it is NOT how we don’t. And actually I’m a Wiccan we don’t follow what you follow. But whatever. And you know what really do need prayer becausethe more I talk to you the more of a sociopath you sound. You need serious help. You have some serious issues.

  • auntgiddy

    The only power evil has is to destroy itself. Pray away.

  • Nouseforaname

    Guest there’s nothing you can do except pray. She or he(most likely she) clearly has a personality disorder. That’s why I’m a psych major. The constant back and forth she does with being nice then suddenly not caring if her words sound equal to a serial killer shows it. Almost like two different personalities. The only way she will be a better person is if she seeks help for her condition(s) and takes her treatment with care. Of all the things I have trouble with his people with personality disorders. I’ve been working on getting batter at that. I have a couple of family members like this, and they can be the nicest people on earth and then suddenly so evil the next you just want to throw them in a mental facility and be done. Truth is they don’t mean it, but it’s even harder for surrounding friends and family. The trick is to basically treat them like children. If they can’t be nice to anyone, then they get punished. We simply put our foot down with my step-grandmother when she acts up. She gets pissy like a little girl for a while, but then… Like a little girl they will come scuffling up to you with her head down apologizing. You seriously have to handle their therapy like they’re children. But they are difficult to deal with. It takes a lot of patience. I had a few residents like that whose family members never came to see them and at first everyone thought that was cruel but in reality… They just can’t handle the meanness of these people. Like I said… It’s really hard.

  • Guest

    I agree 100% this person really did respond to me as if they were two different people. One of the reasons why I told her him or her they need help. And he or she does need it big time. Despite what he or she says (it’s funny to keep writing that lol) I will pray for them. Nobody should live that sort of illness. It’s sad.

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