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Peter Dinklage Helped Jamie Dornan Learn 'Fifty Shades' Lines

Peter Dinklage Helped Jamie Dornan Learn 'Fifty Shades' Lines

Peter Dinklage made an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday (October 17) and he spoke about his My Dinner With Hervé co-star Jamie Dornan.

In the interview, Peter expressed that he helped Jamie learn some lines for the reshoots of Fifty Shades Freed.

“I read some of the screenplay, though, in our dressing room. I went in, he had to do some reshoots for Fifty Shades and I would help him out learning lines,” Peter recalled. “I would read the Dakota Johnson parts. I was just helping a friend learn lines. I nailed it. I really did.”

Peter also weighed in on his beliefs about Game of Thrones fans vs Fifty Shades fans. He said, “I think Game of Thrones fans would take issue with comparing the two because Game of Thrones fans are very specific and lovely. Fifty Shades fans have issues. It’s all suppressed issues, I think.”

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  • L-L

    Disappointed with the remark from Peter Dinklage on Fifty Shades Fans. That’s sad because Fifty Shades is a love story of two individuals with differences. Every couple no matter in movies or in real life has to learn about the wants and needs of each other. Please stop making Fifty Shades G/D/F fans feel unappreciated especially from Peter Dinklage and Jamie Dornan. The comments are disrespecting the fans who make them famous, money in their pockets and the life style they are use to.

  • greppinwolf

    I think you’ve proved his point. Also, lack of a sense of humour.
    The whole Fifty series is still Twilight fanfic of a repressed housewife.

  • L-L

    So making fun of their fans is funny? Look I appreciate a good joke as long as its tasteful. Making fun of the fans that range from all ages, ethnicity, various of people is offensive. With all the equality issues happening. Criticizing, humiliation, bad mouthing your fans is not fair. It’s like the saying goes money and fame isn’t everything but have respect for other is.

  • L-L

    So making fun of their fans is funny? Look I appreciate a good joke as long as its tasteful. Making fun of the fans that range from all ages, ethnicity, various of people is offensive. With all the equality issues happening. Criticizing, humiliation, bad mouthing your fans is not fair. It’s like the saying goes money and fame isn’t everything but have respect for other is.

  • greppinwolf

    Conflating equality and discrimination with ridiculing morons with poor taste is, in itself, distasteful. That’s right, those Fifty Shades fans come from all walks of life (not really) so ridiculing them is not discriminatory — other than on the one thing they share: being people lacking taste or critical thought.
    And to be clear, Peter Dinklage does not owe any fandom to the Fifty Shades movies as he was not in any of them.
    And there is no such saying as the one you conjured up. Unless you don’t actually understand the phrase “respect is more important than money.” Since you are a Fifty Shades fan… there’s a pretty good chance you don’t have the mental toolbox to understand that saying.