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Jamie Dornan confesses it took several takes to rip off shirt in Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar

Jamie Dornan confesses it took several takes to rip off his shirt in big scene in Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar

He stars in the big screen comedy Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar with Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo.

And despite being a famous hunk thanks to his Fifty Shades films, Jamie Dornan has admitted he struggled to rip off his own shirt during filming of a hilarious scene.

In fact, he told Vulture, it took several takes for him to nail it. 

Not ripped: Jamie Dornan has admitted he struggled to rip off his own shirt during filming of a hilarious scene in the comedy Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar and needed several takes

‘The embarrassing thing was half the time I couldn’t even rip it!’ Dornan, 38, confessed.

‘I asked the costumer to cut it at the top so it would be easier to rip it, but I guess they didn’t cut the bottom, so for the first take I was really confident at the beginning, and then I got like a second in and got stuck at the bottom, so I was sort trying to hop out of it in a pathetic way.’

The Irish actor went on: ‘But then we did two or three more takes where they cut the bottom so I could actually make it work.’ 

Needed help: 'The embarrassing thing was half the time I couldn’t even rip it!' Dornan, 38, confessed to Vulture. 'But then we did two or three more takes where they cut the bottom so I could actually make it work'

Needed help: ‘The embarrassing thing was half the time I couldn’t even rip it!’ Dornan, 38, confessed to Vulture. ‘But then we did two or three more takes where they cut the bottom so I could actually make it work’

For laughs: In Barb And Star, Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo play best friends who travel from their small Midwestern town to Vista Del Mar in Florida where they find themselves embroiled in a plot to kill everyone there

For laughs: In Barb And Star, Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo play best friends who travel from their small Midwestern town to Vista Del Mar in Florida where they find themselves embroiled in a plot to kill everyone there

In Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar, Wiig and Mumolo play best friends who travel from their small Midwestern town to Vista Del Mar in Florida for their first vacation.

Once there, they find themselves embroiled unwittingly in a villainous plot to kill everyone there.

The movie, co-written by Wiig and Mumolo who got an Oscar nomination for their script for 2011’s Bridesmaids, became available on premium video on demand last Friday.

And Dornan says he’s hoping there’ll be a sequel and that he’ll be called back for it.    

He told Variety on Monday: ‘I was like, if this hits and people like it, there’s an appetite… I think they’ve definitely knocked around a few titles, let’s put it that way. ‘

‘So listen, if they want to go again, and they want me to be involved, it would be the easiest “yes” of my life.’

Loved it: The Irish actor said he's game for a sequel to the film which became available on premium video on demand last Friday. 'If they want to go again, and they want me to be involved, it would be the easiest "yes" of my life,' he told Variety on Monday

Loved it: The Irish actor said he’s game for a sequel to the film which became available on premium video on demand last Friday. ‘If they want to go again, and they want me to be involved, it would be the easiest “yes” of my life,’ he told Variety on Monday

Dornan said he’d always wanted to make a comedy but is usually overlooked for such projects due to his more brooding on screen persona shored up by his role as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades trilogy and as a serial killer in TV’s The Fall.

 ‘All my slate is very dramatic and very dark,’ he acknowledged, ‘And I love doing that.’

‘But there’s this other side of me that has always wanted to release a version of myself and let something go out of myself that is probably closer to me.’

Dornan said he'd always wanted to make a comedy but is usually overlooked for such projects due to his more brooding on screen persona shored up by his role as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades trilogy...

... and as a serial killer in TV's The Fall

Darker roles: Dornan said he’d always wanted to make a comedy but is usually overlooked for such projects due to his more brooding on screen persona shored up by his role as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades trilogy, left, and as a serial killer in TV’s The Fall, right

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