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Jamie Dornan's New Movie, 'Endings, Beginnings' Is Giving Us Serious Christian Grey Vibes

Jamie Dornan's New Movie, 'Endings, Beginnings' Is Giving Us Serious Christian Grey Vibes

Jamie Dornan will be at the centre of a love triangle in new film Endings, Beginnings - and it's giving us serious flashbacks to Fifty Shades of Grey.

The movie stars Shailene Woodley (Big Little Lies) as Daphne, who becomes romantically involved with two best mates - Jack (Jamie Dornan) and Frank (Sebastian Stan).

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Gossip Girl fans will recall the I,Tonya actor played Serena *and* Blair's love interest, Carter Baizen, in the American teen drama series.

The trailer for Endings, Beginnings has just dropped online and it looks *so* good. It begins with Daphne explaining that her and her boyfriend, Adrian (Matthew Gray Gubler) have split up.

Jamie stars as Jack who ends up in a love triangle (Credit: Samuel Goldwyn Films)
Jamie stars as Jack who ends up in a love triangle (Credit: Samuel Goldwyn Films)

But despite Daphne's friend suggesting she take some time out of the dating scene, she meets up with old pal Jack, and the pair end up kissing.

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Daphne begins spending more time with Jack, but when he takes her along to a party, she meets Frank who Jack describes as "the life and soul" of every shindig.

Frank and Daphne hit it off and a triangle quickly forms. The 30-year-old becomes tangled up with both men - and drawn to each in different ways. She's completely torn.

Shailene Woodley plays Daphne (Credit: Samuel Goldwyn Films)
Shailene Woodley plays Daphne (Credit: Samuel Goldwyn Films)

Explaining she doesn't want to drive a wedge between their friendship, Frank tells her: "I love Jack, but I've gotta deal with the fact that now I know you."

It's the classic head vs heart, bad boy vs good-on-paper dilemma and Shailene Woodley herself has described it as "a journey of self-exploration."

She told Deadline: "It's just an exploration of her humanity, and who she is as an emotional creature, trying to do the best she can, day in and day out, as she tries and navigates life, and also goes through the journey of self-exploration, realisation and identification.

Sebastian Stan plays party animal and bad boy, Frank (Credit: Samuel Goldwyn Films)
Sebastian Stan plays party animal and bad boy, Frank (Credit: Samuel Goldwyn Films)

"I think this movie is a true journey into oneself, of figuring out how she identifies within her own soul, and within her own heart."

While the movie will arrive in US cinemas on 1st May, a UK release date is yet to be announced.

Jamie Dornan *and* Sebastian Stan in one sitting? Yes, we'll be keeping our eyes peeled for this one.

Featured Image Credit: Universal Pictures

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Lucy Devine

Lucy is a journalist working for Tyla. After graduating with a master's degree in journalism, she has worked in both print and online and is particularly interested in fashion, food, health and women's issues. Northerner, coffee addict, says hun a lot. Get in touch at [email protected]

 

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