Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson Continue Filming ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ in France After Bastille Day Attack
Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson are back at work after more than 80 people were killed in a terror attack in Nice, France.
The two, who were already in the country to film Fifty Shades Freed prior to the incident, were seen shooting a scene at an old medieval castle in the Roquebrune-Cap-Martin area on Friday (July, 15, 2016). Dornan, 34, and Johnson, 26, were flanked by security as they filmed on the rooftop of the historical building.
The cast and crew of the production were all declared safe following the devastating attack in nearby Nice, where a man purposefully drove a truck into a crowd of people celebrating Bastille Day.
The man responsible for the attack, who was recently identified as a French-Tunisian delivery driver, was shot dead by police after he started opening fire in all directions. He left 84 people dead and 202 injured.
Singer Rihanna, who was also in the city ahead of her concert, had also been confirmed as safe. Her scheduled performance have since been postponed.