Jamie Dornan is not a serial killer, but he plays one on TV. And sometimes on the London Underground! The Irish actor told the Los Angeles Times that, in order to prepare for the first season of the BBC series The Fall, he briefly stalked a woman on the train.
Thanks to Netflix and PBS, I can feed my British pop culture addiction without booking a Virgin flight. But American television executives are determined to ignore this luxury and cook up watered down versions of international shows like no one's ever heard of Pirate Bay (RIP).
Call it the Netflix curse: An entire weekend spent with my eyes transfixed on the television, consuming episode after episode of The Fall, a show about a murderer, a detective and the crimes that draw them together. It's a bleak series—full of ugly, sad things that are only made more grim by the rainy Belfast…
Here is the new trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey featuring lines like "I like to see your face, it gives me some clue what you might be thinking." Oh man, prepare yourself for some serious dialogue, deep drama and vibrator material, amirite?