Jamie Dornan thinks he's getting "too old" for Fifty Shades. During an interview Monday on ITV's Lorraine, the actor was asked about the upcoming Fifty Shades Freed movie and shared whether or not fans would ever see him play Christian Grey again.
When host Lorraine Kelly asked if the third film in the franchise would be the "last one," Dornan replied, "Um yeah, I think so. I don't think there's any...I mean there's no other books. [E.L. James] wrote the first two books again from Christian's perspective, but I guess we've already seen...we've done those films, the same story, so they won't do that again."
The 35-year-old actor continued, "Unless Erica keeps writing, but Dakota [Johnson] and I are...particularly me, I'm gettin' too old for...for this."
Earlier in the interview, Dornan discussed his character Christian, explaining that he likes him more in this third movie more than he did in the first film.
"I think I like him more now than I did in the first movie," Dornan said. "I think he's gone through quite a big change in his...in his way and how his is with people and he's opened up a lot by Anna and I think he's just a better version of himself."
Would you like to see Dornan return for another Fifty Shades movie?
Sound off in the comments!
Fifty Shade Freed hits theaters on February 9.