First Robert Pattinson and now Jamie Dornan. The 2014 Cannes Film Festival is shaping up to be a hunk-filled affair, as it's announced that Jamie's new movie Flying Home will be screened at the world famous event this May.
The official line-up for the 67th annual fest was unveiled today and while Robert Pattinson's new movie Map to the Stars is one of 18 movies up for the top Palme d'Or prize, another film not to be missed is Jamie's Flying Home.
The under the radar project sees the Fifty Shades hunk star as Colin, a young American businessman who goes undercover to negotiate the sale of a very valuable champion pigeon (no we're not making this up). A love story ensues as Colin falls for the granddaughter of the stubborn pigeon owner.
Forget Fifty Shades we want to see Flying Home! (WENN)
While there is as yet no planned international release for the movie which will hit Belgium cinemas this month, the filmmakers have annoounced this week that Flying Home will be screened at Cannes.
"We're getting a lot of questions concerning the international release of Flying Home. At this time the film is only being released in Belgium (as of April 2nd)", the message on the film's Facebook account reads. "Flying Home will be presented at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival in May and we will keep you updated on this page about possible new territories and releases. Thank you all for your interest. We hope we can show the film in your country soon!"
Jamie is currently hard at work shooting the second series of his BAFTA nominated TV drama The Fall but the Belfast set is only a hop, skip and a short flight away from Cannes so we've got our fingers crossed that the actor might put in an appearance at the film festival in May.
Watch Flying Home's trailer below.