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Ever since seeing Fifty Shades of Grey, first-time BDSM voyeurs moviegoers were plagued with loads of questions. Most importantly, who the hell actually built his notorious playroom? SNL attempts to answer that question in a hilarious sketch that got cut from Dakota Johnson’s hosting episode.
Bruce Wayne leads a double life. By day, he’s a well-respected billionaire playboy who heads up Wayne Enterprises and attends lavish parties with ballerinas as his dates. At night, the mask goes on and he dives into a world of depraved acts and his “playroom” full of bits and bobs that would make Anastasia Steele blush. And, no, we’re not talking about him being the Caped Crusader.
Regardless of any controversy that has spurred in the media, the film continues to have enormous success, and now has broke yet another huge box office record.
In Fifty Shades of Grey, there's not much of actress Dakota Johnson that isn't exposed. But while everything on screen looks rather real, it turns out that the movie had a few digital tricks up its sleeve that allowed Johnson to be a bit more comfortable on set.
With all the hysteria surrounding Sam Taylor-Johnson's controversial Fifty Shades of Grey, one would assume it was not only a huge hit in the U.S. but also abroad. One country however, Japan, didn't buy into the massive hype of the Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan-led romance movie. Here's why.
Despite its over $411 million global take, rumors have already taken hold which imply that Jamie Dornan, who plays the film’s titular torturer of titillation may not be returning for a prospective sequel. However, a new statement released by the actor’s representative implies that this is not the case, at all.
Whatever happened to Christy Romano from that old Disney Channel series Even Stevens? Shia LaBeouf’s on-screen big sis is making bets with her husband over Fifty Shades of Grey.
While Fifty Shades of Grey continues to bring in some serious bank at the box office, debate and controversy over the film’s content has also run amidst. And in the latest news, a college student was arrested over the weekend, claiming that his acts of sexual assault were inspired by the film.
There has been a lot of talk about trouble swirling behind the scenes of the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise, and while this latest story should be taken with a boulder-sized grain of salt, it could spell troubling things for the future of the series. After all, being forced to recast the male lead for a sequel is never a good sign.
A seemingly innocent afternoon out at the theaters would take an audience full of families ready to see SpongeBob SquarePants and tie them down in the bondage of Fifty Shades of Grey. At least, for a little while, anyway.
Not shockingly, Fifty Shades of Grey is again making headlines. This time it's not for the erotic drama's controversial content, but as a result of an adventurous Mexican woman who got busted masturbating during a screening of the film.
Proving that its mystique is little more than flash-in-the-pan titillation, Fifty Shades of Grey plummeted over 70% from last weekend and only held number one because the fresh blood came in pre-clotted or pre-thinned and ready to flop.
Fifty Shades of Grey isn't for everyone. Its racy material and other content has divided movie fans and critics. But for those living in some countries, the feature adaptation of E.L. James isn't for anyone, as the movie has been banned from theaters in a number of locations. Let's take a look at the list of areas across the globe that refuse to screen the movie...
This poor, unfortunate gentleman at a Danish theater has been caught by a news camera with his sweaty hand in the proverbial cookie jar as he was coming out to see Fifty Shades. Clearly, this secret operation did not go the way he planned.
Fifty Shades Of Grey seems to have the beginnings of a juggernaut, and with two sequels preparing for lift off, Universal looks to make a ton of money. Will the same be true if the film's delayed?
It was a few weeks back that we first reported on the occasionally contentious relationship between author E.L. James and director Sam Taylor-Johnson on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey. While you might think that this would simmer after the immensely successful release of the film last week, apparently the behind-the-scenes conflict is only getting deeper.
Being a teen is the worst. So when a stampede of about 100 teens bum rushed a movie theater after they were denied entry into Fifty Shades of Grey, they should have blamed it on their still developing minds.
Dakota Johnson participated in a Twitter Q-and-A to address inquiries from curious audience members. Multiple fans wanted to know if she kept anything from the shoot – a common practice on movie sets that occurs when the cast and crew disband following production.
While it seems all he was trying to do was celebrate a bit of Seattle culture, Quarterback Russell Wilson has found himself in a bit of hot water recently due to the fact that he attended a screening of Fifty Shades of Grey.
The Fifty Shades of Grey movie introduced mainstream audiences to a shit ton of freaky deaky BDSM kink. But despite all the risque content, there was one thing that I personally took issue with, something that actress Dakota Johnson apparently did 11 times over the course of the film: biting her lip.
It seems that the Fifty Shades of Grey controversy is not being fully contained within the darkened walls of a movie theater. No, it appears that this heavily hyped bit of lascivious celluloid has invaded a busy California highway and a nearby Go Kart Track.
If you're looking for an interesting story coming out of a Fifty Shades Of Grey story, then this is the place for your eyes to park it. However, you might be surprised to find out just what went down.
It appears that the Fifty Shades phenomenon has broken a glass ceiling with the flick of a notoriety-infused flogging whip. The book-to-film adaptation’s $81.6 million domestic box office weekend, added to a $158 million foreign take will now earn the film’s director, Sam Taylor-Johnson the distinction of helming the highest-grossing debut week for a film directed by a woman. However, considering the subject matter, could it a dubious one?
Among the controversial and most talked about moments from the film adaptation of the best-selling erotic novel was the finale. As a standalone installment of a larger trilogy, it worked just fine and was even preferable to the book’s rendition. But when taking it as a standalone film, there were a few grievances.
Hollywood has been undervaluing R-rated movies for years, and looking down on their potential profitability. As seen in this past weekend’s box office results, that thinking should really be put into the past.