Ok, so we know that the film adaptation of 50 Shades Of Grey wont be in cinemas until February 2015, but were more than happy to spend the next 12 months obsessing about its star, Jamie Dornan.
The self-effacing Irish actor is the subject of our March issue Q&A.
He talks to us about acting success, the pros and cons of Twitter and the genius of Lena Dunham.
Before Dornan came to our attention as the star of the BBCs hit drama, The Fall, he was actually a musician.
We asked him about his former incarnation.
Before acting you were in a band called Sons of Jim. Did you ever take that seriously?
It was one of those things that moved on its own wave that we werent really surfing on.
Are you a music snob?
I wouldnt say that, although I probably was when I was younger.
Its funny how you get a bit older and become a more accepting of things. When youre in your twenties youre sceptical of everything. I definitely felt like that.
Did you have many fans?
I should be writing a thousand apology letters to the friends and family I dragged to our gigs over the years. Often they would be the only people in the room having to talk amongst themselves.
Read our full Q&A with Jamie Dornan in the March issue of ELLE, on sale NOW