Actor Charlie Hunnam recently spoke again on why he left the Fifty Shades of Grey movie last year, saying it was more than just scheduling conflicts at work.
"I wouldn't have signed up in the first place if I didn't want to do it," Hunnam said, but he'd already committed to other roles, which gave him anxiety.
"It was a really difficult time in my life. I had already been attached to Crimson Peak for about 14 months, which I said, I was going to do with Guillermo [del Toro]."
"[50 Shades of Grey Director Sam Taylor-Johnson] and I just fell in love, creatively," Hunnam recalled. "We started talking about this thing and I just felt so excited."
"I fell in love with the character and started seeing him and becoming intoxicated, which is the way I work: I find a character I love and I start thinking about it all the time."
Sadly for the Sons of Anarchy star, the way he works was his undoing.
"I was going to finish [filming] Sons at like 11 p.m. Friday, get on the plane Saturday morning to Vancouver for Fifty, missing the whole first week of rehearsal."