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Jamie Dornan's 'Untogether' Debuts First Still & Release Info

Jamie Dornan is starring in the upcoming movie Untogether and the first official still from the movie has been unveiled, along with the film’s release date!

The movie, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival back in April, will get a theatrical and digital release on February 8, 2019.

Untogether, which was acquired by Freestyle Digital Media, is the story of Nick (Dornan) and Andrea (Jemima Kirke) whose one nightstand evolves into something more, though the exact parameters are blurry and undefined.

Also starring in the movie are Lola Kirke, Ben Mendelsohn, Billy Crystal, Jennifer Grey, Alice Eve, and Scott Caan.

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Jamie Dornan & Shailene Woodley Hang Out During an On-Set Break

Jamie Dornan and Shailene Woodley relax on set together during a break from filming their upcoming movie in Los Angeles.

The 36-year-old actor and the 27-year-old actress spent time with a crew member and a dog while hanging out in a shaded area. While the photos were released on Tuesday (November 27), it’s not clear if they were taken at an earlier date.

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Jamie and Shailene are working on director Drake Doremus‘ upcoming untitled project. The movie is set in present day Los Angeles and follows Daphne (Woodley), a thirtysomething woman navigating love and heartbreak over the course of one year. During that time, she will unlock the secrets to her life in a sudden turn of events and in the most surprising of places.

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Jamie Dornan Joins His Co-Stars at 'Death & Nightingales' Photo Call!

Jamie Dornan joins his co-stars Matthew Rhys and Ann Skelly at the photo call for Death and Nightingales at the Soho Hotel on Monday (November 26) in London, England.

Also joining the trio were actress and star Valene Kane as well as the writer of the mini-series, Allan Cubitt.

There are three episodes in the drama, and they will begin airing on November 28. The show is set in 1885.

“Jamie is so good at playing ambiguous characters,” Allan said in a recent interview about the choice to cast him as the charming Liam Ward.

If you don’t know, Allan wrote Jamie‘s other television drama, The Fall.

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Jamie Dornan Reveals Meaning of Some Northern Irish Slang Terms - Watch Now!

Did you ever wonder what “Boys a Dear” or “Bout Ye” meant?

Well Jamie Dornan is here to help!

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The 36-year-old actor – who grew up in Northern Ireland – teamed up with Vanity Fair to reveal the meaning behind some the most popular slang terms used in Ireland.

If you missed it, Jamie recently shared why he would never take on a role like Christian Grey in Fifty Shades again.

You can catch Jamie in Robin Hood alongside Jamie Foxx and Taron Egerton – which is out in theaters now.

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Jamie Dornan Probably Won't Take a Job Like 'Fifty Shades' Ever Again

Jamie Dornan is grateful for everything that Fifty Shades of Grey brought him and has nothing but positive things to say about the franchise, though he doesn’t think he’ll do a similar project in the future.

In a new interview with Vulture, the 36-year-old actor was asked if he sees himself entering a new phase of his career now that the Fifty Shades franchise has ended.

“I don’t see it like that, no,” Jamie replied. “They’re perceived the way they’re perceived. Critically, that’s not very favorably. But they made a lot of money, and as studio pictures go, they’re pretty unique. To speak for myself, and I’ll speak for Dakota as well, it’s another job on another set.”

“I probably won’t ever take a job with this much attention and scrutiny and public opinion directed at it again. And that’s fine! From a practical point of view, you just move on to the next and keep your head down,” Jamie added. “But listen, it’s given us so much. The work that I’ve been doing has been a million miles from that, and not even by choice. You just keep plugging away, doing good work, and trying to better yourself.”

Jamie had a lot of positive things to say about Fifty Shades.

“It was mad, a mad thing to be involved in. It was so big in its scale and the reception, and it remains beloved to many people,” Jamie said. “As a life experience, I’m glad I could go through it. Though now, it almost feels like it didn’t happen? It’s that thing where you film it, maybe do some reshoots, and then you’re on your way. For the fans, it’s all-encompassing, spending all your time waiting for the next book or the next movie. Dakota and I kept coming in and out of it, going to promote it and do press and reimmerse yourself in the hysteria. And then you’re away from it again! It was a strange time, but without that, I don’t get to do Anthropoid, I don’t get to do A Private War, you get the idea.”