According to Peter Dinklage, the Game Of Thrones star, he played a partial role in Jamie Dornan’s preparation for the last installment of the Fifty Shades Of Grey franchise.
During the latest episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Peter, 49, said that he and Dornan ran lines together before re-shooting. As fans of the celebrity duo know, they’re co-starring in a new HBO movie called, My Dinner With Hervé.
Mr. Dinklage said the lines of Anastasia Steele, and Jamie acted in his usual role as Christian Grey. Peter read some of Dakota Johnson’s parts to help his friend and co-star. As for how he did, Peter admitted that he “nailed it, he “really did.”
The latest movie revolving around Herve’s life finds its plot in the friendship between Villechaize, played by Dinklage, and the struggling journalist, Danny Tate, played by Dornan.
Mr. Danny Tate interviewed Hervé several days before he committed suicide in September of 1993. According to Dornan, who spoke with reporters from USA Today, the two men had an unlikely bond.
Jamie said both men “were dealing with very similar things,” including destructive parts of their respective personalities. My Dinner With Hervé starts on Saturday.
As it was mentioned earlier, Dinklage rose to fame with his character, Tyrion Lannister, in Game Of Thrones, which returns for its final season next year. Some of his other notable works include Elf, along with Will Ferrell. Following years of hard work in Hollywood, Peter’s reputation grew significantly since the beginning of HBO’s series.
Fans of the actor even created a popular meme featuring a Dinklage quote, where he mocked the idea of luck, stating that he didn’t “feel lucky” when he was working for no money in a tiny apartment. After earning millions of dollars on the fantasy drama, he must feel fortunate now.