Jamie Dornan was seen on the set of The Tourist in Australia (Picture: Splash)
Jamie Dornan flashed a gruesome head injury as he continued filming for The Tourist in Australia.
Production on the upcoming Stan, HBO and BBC One series started earlier this year, and was moved to the outback in southern Australia.
The Fifty Shades of Grey star’s character looked to be struggling as he hobbled on crutches in front of the cameras.
He rocked an orange t-shirt and dark jeans for the shoot, coupled with tan boots.
At one point, a gash could be seen at the top of his head as he made his way into a rundown-looking diner.
We wonder where he got that from…
Jamie hobbled on crutches as he filmed for the upcoming series (Picture: Splash)
Jamie sported a gruesome-looking head injury on set (Picture: Splash)
Gritty drama The Tourist follows the story of a confused Brit who finds himself stuck in the Outback, when he wakes up in hospital.
In an attempt to find out the truth about his identity – and why people are chasing him – he returns to the area to finally get some answers.
Jamie recently enthused about the role, explaining: ‘The Tourist are some of the most exciting scripts I’ve ever read.
‘I can’t wait to go to Australia with such a talented group of people.’
The release date of The Tourist has not been confirmed (Picture: Splash)
Jamie heads up a star-studded cast for the six-part thriller, which also stars Hugo Weaving, Danielle MacDonald and Line of Duty favourite, Shalom Brune-Franklin.
Speaking about the series, Hugo added: ‘I’m very excited to be slipping into the skin of one of the fabulously idiosyncratic characters who people the desert landscape of The Tourist.
‘The scripts are wonderful. Dark and shocking, surprising and hilarious and always very human.
‘This is a tonally uniquely project and should be an unforgettable ride and shoot for us all.’
A release date has yet to be announced, but we’re already living for it.
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