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Hugh Dancy Joins 'Fifty Shades Darker' as Dr. John Flynn

Hugh Dancy Joins 'Fifty Shades Darker' as Dr. John Flynn

Hugh Dancy has landed a role in the highly anticipated movie Fifty Shades Darker.

The 40-year-old actor will be playing the role of Dr. John Flynn, a psychiatrist who Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) begins seeing after his ex-lover Elena Lincoln (Kim Basinger) reappers in his life, according to THR.

Flynn hails from England and moved to Seattle after marrying an American.

Fifty Shades Darker will be released in theaters on February 10, 2017 and other new cast members include Tyler Hoechlin, Bella Heathcote, and more!

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  • Andrea Mullins

    Hugh has lost every shred of respect anyone with good taste had for him by being associated with this garbage.

  • Lilihova

    He is amazing very handsome and greatful actor….love him!!!!

  • Camila C.S. Oliveira

    Good casting.

  • Melanie Maclin

    No he didnt. If you can forgive Ella Enchanted, whats a small part in a silly film? As long as he’s not the ridiculous lead. He;s given us more good than most

  • Angélique Fournier Lhotellier

    Good casting even if I do not know by name! ^ ^ Sorry

  • Ale Díaz

    Only immature people lost respect for an actor due to a small roll in one movie. Some people need to grow up…

  • alex

    he a wonderful actor but the film is wrong for him:hugh deserve the best for his talent and his beauty!!!!!!!

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