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Doing '50 Shades' would have been a disaster: Charlie Hunnam

Actor Charlie Hunnam, while reasoning his exit from 'Fifty Shades of Grey', says doing the film after completing drama 'Sons of Anarchy' would have been stressful.

Doing '50 Shades' would have been a disaster: Charlie Hunnam

Los Angeles: Actor Charlie Hunnam, while reasoning his exit from 'Fifty Shades of Grey', says doing the film after completing drama 'Sons of Anarchy' would have been stressful.

The 34-year-old actor was to start filming 'Fifty Shades...' five days after finishing 'Sons of Anarchy', where he played psychopath.

Hunnam said he needed a break between the two projects, reported Us magazine. "I was going to finish playing a psychopath who'd just lost his wife (in 'Sons...'), and five days later I'd be on set playing Christian Grey. I was like, 'This is going to be a ... Disaster.' It was the opposite of how I've tried to ground my career, not stretch myself too thin, and always do my homework," he said.

Hunnam added there is a tendency in Hollywood machinery to take on too much. You end up not being able to give everything you want."

Ultimately, the role of Christian Grey went to 'Once Upon a Time' actor Jamie Dornan, who will star opposite Dakota Johnson in the erotic-romance, set to hit theatres on February 14, 2015.

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