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Saturday, September 12, 2015
Damn, he would have made a fine Christian Grey.
Charlie Hunnam is showing us some of what we missed by his not doing Fifty Shades of Grey in an edgy new pictorial for V Man.
The King Arthur star is bare chested with a blood-red cross painted on his face on the cover, shot by Tim Walker.
Inside the 35-year-old actor tells the magazine that dropping out of Shades was “was the most emotionally destructive and difficult thing that I’ve ever had to deal with professionally.”
Considering the critical lashing the film got, though, it was probably a smart move—though officially it was his commitments to Guillermo Del Toro’s Crimson Peak and FX’s Sons of Anarchy that made him walk away.
“I’d given Guillermo my word, over a year before, that I was going to do this film. People were saying, ’Are you crazy? Guillermo still has got four months to recast, it’s the fourth lead, you can go and do this [instead],’” he recalls.
“I said, ’I can’t. He’s my friend, I’ve done a film with him, I gave him my word.’”
Hunnam, who got his break as a rambunctious gay teen on the original Queer as Folk, calls himself “a difficult, long-winded decision-maker at the best of times.”
In addition to his hectic shooting schedule, “there was a lot of personal stuff going on in my life that left me on real emotional shaky ground and mentally weak. I just got myself so fucking overwhelmed and I was sort of having panic attacks about the whole thing,” he recalls.
“I just didn’t know what to do.”
The one thing he won’t abide, is gossip he balked at Fifty Shade’s risqué sex.
“The outside perception of that was that I got really cold feet and got scared of the explicit nature of the sexuality of the piece,” he says. “When I was 18 I was getting fucked in the ass [on QAF], completely naked on national TV, you know?”
Oh we know, Charlie. We know.
And which one will they like more?
Picture this: You’re living in a post-apocalyptic world where the air is thick with fog. You cannot see anything, and you’re searching for an ass to grab (you obviously have your priorities in order). Would you be able to tell the difference between a man and a woman just by feeling their ass?
DistractifyVideo has put seven people to the test in a much less intense scenario, thank god. Check it out below and see where they range on a scale from “expert ass grabber” to “doesn’t know an ass from a hole in the ground.”
Where do you think you’d rank?
The Pearl Bailey Show
January 1, 1971 - May 1, 1971
The Pearl Bailey Show, hosted by the multi-talented songstress Pearl Bailey was a musical variety show lasting only five months. A Cooper-Finkel Company production in association with the Pearl Bailey Production Corporation. Pearl Bailey and her husband, drummer Louis Bellson, conductor of the Orchestra for the show, along with the Robert Sidney Dancers and the Allan Davies Singers performed a variety of musical entertainment. Her guests were a who's who from the entertainment world but tough competition with The Dean Martin Variety Show, The Carol Burnett Show and Laugh-In helped sink Pearl's show.