New Christian Grey vs. Old Christian Grey: Who’d You Rather?


1024_50_shades_of_gray_ratherHere”s 31-year-old model/actor Jamie Dornan who was picked up to play Christian Grey in the erotic book-turned-movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” (left) — and 33-year-old “Sons of Anarchy” badass Charlie Hunnam who made waves after he dropped the same role earlier this month (right).

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Who”d You Rather

Charlie Hunnam 60%Jamie Dornan 40% Total Votes: 3,612*Poll Results

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