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The Fifty Shades Of Grey star discusses prejudgement during an actor’s casting and slams fans for underestimating someone’s potential.

While being cast for the role of Christian Grey, Jamie Dornan got backlashed by “The Fifty Shades Of Grey” fans. Dornan is not the only person to get hate from fans even before the showcase of their work, Robert Pattinson was targeted after he was announced as the new Batman by the Warner Bros., and Daniel Craig too was scorned for being cast as James Bond months before “Casino Royale” was released. It seems as if the actors cannot win while acting in pre-established roles, even if they prove the naysayers wrong, and Jamie is more than tired of it.

“Prejudgment is such a disease,” Jamie said recently in an interview with Esquire. “It’s a disease in our culture. In my line of work, sure. But in general, people prejudge people based on anything really, and it’s very sad to witness. If we carefully look at the reaction when Rob got cast as Batman. It was like 90% negative”.

He continued, “Daniel Craig too, when he got cast as James Bond, that was 100% negative. It was vile what was written. It was disturbing to see the venomous anger people have over casting decisions. And then guess what? Daniel Craig is brilliant, and it changes the whole energy of Bond.”

Talking about Pattinson once again, Dornan added, “And all the naysayers have loved what Rob has done with Batman.” Craig afterward became the best Bond actor in history; fans initially did not like the idea of a blonde-haired actor taking over the role.

The James Bond casting director, Debbie Mcwilliams, had revealed to Entertainment Weekly last year that the reaction to Daniel’s casting was adverse. She continued to say that the press response was awful and felt sorry for him.

McWilliams mentioned that during the entire journey of filming through the shoot, stuff by the fans would be like how the actor could not walk or talk, and how he could not drive a car properly, and all the things were clear utterly untrue. He always kept his head down and got on with the job, and people, when they watched the work, people said, ‘oh wow,’ we like him.

Dornan has been away from significant studio franchise fare after wrapping up his character as ‘Christian Gre” and has recently been seen in the Oscar winner “Belfast’ by K” Kenneth B’anagh.

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