'Fifty Shades of Grey' Jamie Dornan on 'House of Cards' Show: Christian Grey a Huge Fan of Frank Underwood

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Now that "Fifty Shades of Grey" is finally wrapping up, Christian Grey on the flesh played by Jamie Dornan is heading back to Belfast to begin filming on his hit TV show "The Fall" with "X-Files" actress Gillian Anderson. But before the actor heads back to his home country, he took a break from shooting and pose for a photo of Netflix "House of Cards" producer Dana Brunetti.

It seems that the Northern Irish actor is a huge fan of the series and managed to score a souvenir from the "House of Cards" set. In a photo posted in Brunetti's Facebook account, the "Fifty Shades of Grey" actor happily shows off his Freddy's BBQ Joint t-shirt, Frank Underwood's favorite rib restaurant in DC.

"Christian Grey eats at Freddy's BBQ? @HouseofCards #HoC," Brunetti wrote on his Facebook page.

Some reports are circulating that Jamie might have a "House of Cards" cameo, but he's unlikely going to make one thanks to his busy schedule. The actor is set to go straight back to work on "The Fall" this week for the BBC2 crime drama series.

Dornan will reprise his role as Paul Spector, a serial killer who is chased by Gillian Anderson's character who plays senior police officer Stella Gibson. "The Fall's" upcoming season 2 shoot is expected to last for four months and will feature an additional episode from its Season 1.

According to E!Online, Dornan and wife Amelia Warner and their baby girl departed Vancouver on Saturday evening to United Kingdom . The 31-year-old actor was managed to sign some autographs for some eager fans before boarding, while co-star Dakota Johnson arrived separately and was flying to Los Angeles.

"And that's a wrap...," "Fifty Shades" author E.L. James tweeted on Friday as she lets her fans know that the erotic film is close to being finished since its production in December.

"One of us is drinking... It's a wrap," James wrote on her Instagram account along with her photo and director Sam Taylor-Johnson.

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