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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Fifty Shades Of Grey: Another Northern Ireland star joins crew

Oscar-nominated Armagh-born cinematographer Seamus McGarvey
Oscar-nominated Armagh-born cinematographer Seamus McGarvey

Another star from Northern Ireland has joined the crew which will produce one of the risquést movies to hit the big screen.

Oscar-nominated Armagh-born cinematographer Seamus McGarvey is the latest addition to the crew for Fifty Shades Of Grey.

He is working alongside Co Down hunk Jamie Dornan, who landed the steamy lead role of Christian Grey.

It seems our creative exports are the perfect match for the production of the heart-racing, saucy novel.

Award-winning McGarvey is a top name in the business with credits to his name such as Atonement, The Avengers, Nowhere Boy and Charlotte's Web.

McGarvey says he'll be trying his best not to disturb the intimacy of the scenes.

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