Northern Ireland’s Jamie Dornan picked up an unwanted award as he came out top in the Worst Actor category at the Golden Raspberry Awards for 50 Shades of Grey…

The ‘Razzies’ launched in 1980 as a way of mocking Hollywood’s awards season.

Jamie Dornan received the mock award for 50 Shades - and we're as shocked as he is sure to be

We’re just as indignant as Jamie is sure to be…

More than 900 members from 48 states and 20 foreign countries cast their vote in the categories.

Dornan’s co-star Dakota Johnson picked up Worst Actress while the film itself tied with Fantastic Four for Worst Film.

Jamie Dornan

The film picked up six ‘Razzies’ in total.

Dornan made headlines recently after returning to Belfast for the latest series of The Fall which is being filmed in Northern Ireland.

The Merchant11

Indeed,  last week belfastvibe spotted film crews outside The Merchant hotel as filming for The Fall Series 3 continues to gather pace.

The Merchant posted the following pictures to their Facebook page which got fans of the show in an excitable state that a visit to the Cathedral Quarter could herald a meeting with Jamie Dornan or Gillian Anderson.


The hit BBC show starring Dornan and Anderson as Paul Spector and Detective Inspector Stella Gibson in a deadly game of cat and mouse.

In December we reported that Jamie Dornan was fighting for his life in a makeshift hospital in East Belfast this week as filming got under way on Series 3 of The Fall.

The derelict Orangefield High School is being used to film the scenes following the explosive finale to season 2 during which Dornan’s character Paul Spector was shot and looked to be on his way out as he lay in the arms of Detective Inspector Stella Gibson, played by Gillian Anderson.

The Fall Series 3 is due to be screened in March 2016.

Aisling Bea

And we cannot wait as a number of new cast members will join the series including Krister Henriksson (Wallander), Aidan McArdle (Mr Selfridge), Ruth Bradley (Humans), Aisling Bea (Trollied) and Richard Coyle (Crossbones). The BBC won’t say what their roles are – and whether they are even playing villains, killers or coppers – in the Northern Ireland-set drama.


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