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Fifty Shades of Grey was a 'good working environment'

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Fifty Shades of Grey was a 'good working environment'

Callum Keith Rennie insists the set of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' was a "good working environment".

The 54-year-old actor, who stars as Ray Steele in the movie based on the best-selling novel by author E.L. James, has claimed there were no signs of on-set tensions between director Sam Taylor-Johnson and others, despite rumours to the contrary.

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Callum said: "Everybody was very congenial and getting along. It was a good working everyone."

The actor also revealed he had no idea that Sam was set to walk away from the franchise - a decision she made public earlier this year.

Asked whether there were any clues that the director wanted to quit, he explained: "No, I had no idea. You can never tell, you can never tell what's going on in people's minds. Maybe they want it in a different way.

"I'm a hired gun - I show up, I do my thing and the politics of it at a high level ... I don't concern myself with it. It's a shame because we had a nice chat and we got along well.

"You wonder what's going to happen on the next movie."

'Fifty Shades of Grey' is available on Digital HD now and Blu-ray, DVD on June 22, 2015 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.