Jamie Dornan teases 'The Fall' Season 2: Spector will be shown 'in a slightly different light'

jamie-dornan-interview-magazine-bath-tub-nude.jpgJamie Dornan will forever be beloved by "Once Upon a Time" fans for his time as Sheriff Graham, but it's his role as serial killer Paul Spector in "The Fall" that has truly captivated audiences. Though Dornan is preparing to skyrocket to fame thanks to "Fifty Shades of Grey," it's "The Fall" Season 2 he can't help but talk about.

Dornan was profiled by Elvis Mitchell in the latest issue of Interview magazine, and during the conversation he gave more than a few tidbits of information about what fans can expect for Season 2. He hints that viewers can expect to get inside the mind of Spector a bit more.

"With the second season of 'The Fall' there is going to be more to him than I planned for," Dornan says. "It's been over two years -- I haven't stayed in his mind for the entire two years, don't worry -- but when I'm in it, I do feel very comfortable in his skin, and that can only lead to rare things happening."

He adds, "Maybe in the second series of 'The Fall' we will find out why Spector is the way he is -- so I don't want to say too much about that. But there are reasons for these people being the way they are, and that's what drives them. ... We're going to see more of Spector, but in a slightly different light."

"The Fall" Season 2 began production in March 2014. The 11-episode Season 1 is currently available for streaming on Netflix.
Photo/Video credit: Interview