After rumors swirled the actor was seeking a way out of returning as Christian Grey for potential (though, based on its box-office draw, likely) "Fifty Shades of Grey" sequels, his PR team released a statement setting the record straight.
"Jamie is delighted that the film is breaking box office records worldwide," the statement from London's PublicEye firm said, according to USA Today. "And whilst the studio has not made any formal announcements about sequels, he is looking forward to making the next film."
"Fifty Shades," starring Dornan and Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, has so far racked up more than $400 million at the global box office. It's based on the first book in E.L. James erotic trilogy -- meaning there are two more books that can theoretically hit the big screen.