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Watch Jamie Dornan's deleted scene from Bradley Cooper's Burnt

Attention Jamie Dornan fans - the controversially deleted scene from his role in Bradley Cooper's Burnt has been released.

The movie which saw Cooper playing a has-been chef hoping to redeem himself by opening a Michelin-starred restaurant originally featured the Holywood actor, but his scenes were later cut.

Jamie's deleted scene from Burnt. 'Helena's Ex'

Jamie's deleted scene from Burnt. 'Helena's Ex' Enjoy :-) See Director's reason below.Thanks to jamie-dornan.org for sharing.Director John Wells, September 2015Speaking about editing The Fall star out of the movie, John admitted the actor’s part did not apply to the new direction the film was going in.“In making every film, cuts and adjustments in storylines inevitably occur,” he said."In the case of Burnt, Jamie’s role was a small cameo that he was kind enough to do for us and was part of Sienna Miller’s character’s backstory.“We ultimately decided to focus on Adam Jones’ redemption story,” he told Entertainment Weekly.Although leaving Jamie’s scenes on the cutting room floor, the American film maker praised the Holywood native’s performance.“I was thrilled to have Jamie. His performance was fantastic,” he said.

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But now, fans who were upset at the actor not being included in the final edit of the film can see his deleted scene in the special features of the DVD.

The clip which shows Dornan in a short scene playing the ex-boyfriend of Sienna Miller's character Helene, has been shared on several of the actor's fan sites.

Director John Wells speaking previously told Entertainment Weekly: "In making every film, cuts and adjustments in storylines inevitably occur

"In the case of Burnt, Jamie’s role was a small cameo that he was kind enough to do for us and was part of Sienna Miller’s character’s backstory.

“We ultimately decided to focus on Adam Jones’ redemption story."

He added: “I was thrilled to have Jamie. His performance was fantastic."

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