The Fall boss: There’s a lot left to tell in the Spector-Gibson story in season 3

The Fall boss: There’s a lot left to tell in the Spector-Gibson story in season 3

When season 2 of The Fall, the BBC show starring Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson, ended with Dornan’s character being shot, there was speculation surrounding whether the story could continue if the show were given a third season. However, as creator/writer/producer/director Allan Cubitt told EW in February, he was very particular about the dialogue he wrote in one of Spector (Dornan) and Gibson’s (Anderson) final scenes together in season 2.

When Gibson interrogated Spector, the serial killer told the detective that their story was far from over. “I was very careful [to include] the line where he says, ‘It’s not over between us. In fact, it’s only just begun.’ [That] was me making sure that the audience understood that there was more to be got out of the battle between Spector and Gibson,” Cubitt said.

And speaking specifically about a season 3, which BBC has now officially announced, Cubitt claimed that he will “continue the story of Spector and Gibson,” despite Spector’s bullet wound (or recent arrest). As he put it, “I think there’s an awful lot more to get out of it.”


The Fall Series 3 – Teaser Trailer

BBC Two has released a teaser trailer for The Fall Series 3, saying it will return! The clip itself doesn’t show anything new, just the last few scenes from the Series 2 (spoilers if you haven’t seen it yet). Jamie is set to return!

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Star Jamie Dornan Boards WWII Thriller ‘Anthropoid’

As his turn as Christian Grey continues to break records across the world, Jamie Dornan is ensuring he’s keeping himself busy before the next trip to the red room of pain.

In an announcement Monday, it was revealed that the Northern Irish actor is set to star alongside Cillian Murphy in Anthropoid, a World War II thriller about the real-life operation to assassinate Reinhard Heydrich, the ruthless SS general who was seen as Hitler’s natural successor. The film will tell the story of two Czech soldiers who parachuted into their homeland — where Reinhard had earned himself the nickname “The Butcher of Prague” — with the daring assignment.

Oscar and BAFTA-nominated director Sean Ellis (Metro Manila, Cashback) is helming from a script penned by Ellis and Anthony Frewin (Colour Me Kubrick, A True…ish Story). The film is being produced by Leonard Glowinski (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly) for 22h22, Anita Overland (co-producer Rush, The Iron Lady and The Young Victoria) and Chris Curling (The Last Station, Hannibal Rising). Krystof Mucha and David Ondricek (Lucky Man Films) are co-producers for the Czech Republic.

Anthropoid is due to start production, exclusively in Prague, in July 2015. Altitude is looking after international sales.

Before heading to the Czech capital, Dornan also will shoot Jadotville, playing U.N. commander Patrick Quinlan, who in 1961 was caught under siege in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo. Netflix announced in February that it had acquired all rights to Jadotville and planned to debut it on its VOD services in 2016.


Already Seen ‘Fifty Shades’? Well, Even More Jamie Dornan Is Coming Soon

Netflix will see you now, Mr. Dornan.

Jamie Dornan is going from “Fifty Shades of Grey” to leading a 150-member Irish U.N. battalion — and he’ll be streaming straight into your eyeballs via Netflix.

Dornan already stars in the BBC series “The Fall,” available via Netflix, and it seems the company wants to keep him all to themselves, as they’ve acquired all rights to his upcoming film, “Jadotville.”

The war drama, helmed by U2 music video director Richie Smyth and written by “Constantine” scribe Kevin Brodbin, chronicles the real-life 1961 Siege of Jadotville in Central Africa; Dornan will play Irish Commander Patrick Quinlan.

“The story of how Pat Quinlan led his troops against an overwhelming force without losing a single man is one of the great stories of the 20th century, and we are proud to be working with such a talented and committed team to bring it to life,” Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos told Variety.

The film will begin shooting in Ireland and South Africa this April, and is slated to release sometime in 2016.


Here’s How Jamie Dornan And Dakota Johnson Feel About Coming Back For More ‘Fifty Shades’

With reporting by Josh Horowitz

They just couldn’t stay away.

Before “Fifty Shades of Grey” even hit theaters this weekend, it was announced that two more movies, based on the book sequels “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed,” would move forward with production. Menswear enthusiasts beware, neckties are going to be on trend for a while yet.

Stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan told us how they felt about being tied down for more movies.

“I’m excited, I mean, she goes through such an arc in the first book and really explores herself and this whole other world,” Johnson told MTV News at a press day for the film. “In the second book I think Ana becomes a woman, really. It’s a really interesting thing to play, to figure out the moment in which a person becomes comfortable with themselves.”

Dornan, too, said he was looking forward to putting Christian Grey’s suits back on.

“We’ll see different sides of him, so I’m looking forward to exploring that if given the chance,” he said.

“Fifty Shades of Grey” is in theaters now.