Fifty Shades of Grey's trailer has already amassed the most views of 2014, more than 36.4 million since it debuted on July 24th.
The Fifty Shades of Grey trailer has arrived. Clocking in at more than two minutes, the video focuses on Anastasia Steele's introduction to Christian Grey and then teases some of the steaminess that follows as the two get... acquainted. Christian Grey exercises control in all things.
There's less than a week until the planned unveiling of the first Fifty Shades of Grey trailer, and today comes the above preview, which gives us a few snippets of footage to tease the trailer for the feature adaptation of E.L. James' steamy romance novel.
Charlie Tango! But where's the pilot? Fifty Shades of Grey fans are likely eager for any glimpse of the film they can get, especially leading up to the release of the first trailer for the feature adaptation of E.L. James' novel.
Knowing which studios are expected to be in town for San Diego Comic-Con, we put together a Surprise Wish List of in-development blockbusters that could bring a presentation at the last minute to next weekendís fan-driven heaven. These are movies that would appeal directly to the gathered masses at Comic-Con, and they have been in some state of filming prior to the festivities.
Fifty Shades of Grey fans have been waiting patiently for a glimpse of some footage from the anticipated feature adaptation of E.L. James' steamy romance novel. The bad news is, the trailer's not here yet. The good news is, it's coming relatively soon.
The wait for the feature adaptation of E.L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey is a bit longer than originally expected, but the film is coming to theaters. In an effort to keep track of the reports and rumors circulating about the movie, we've compiled this helpful guide...
Hey look, it's Christian Grey's face! I do believe this is the first (official) still from the anticipated feature adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey that shows us a mostly unobstructed view of Jamie Dornan's face in the title role, and what a nice view it is. The above photo was shared today in celebration of Christian Grey's birthday.
Charlie Hunnam says he's heartbroken over not getting to bring Christian Grey to life. The actor, who was originally cast to play the male lead in the highly anticipated feature adaptation of E.L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey, opened up about his disappointment in having to drop out of the project.
Universal Pictures debuted the first ever footage from the highly anticipated film, showing off multiple memorable scenes from the original text. Want to know about Anaís arrival at Christianís building and their first meeting, the male leadís "singular" tastes and even some bedroom details? Read our play-by-play coverage ahead!
Earlier today as I was writing about the comment January Jones made recently about the Fifty Shades of Grey poster being similar to Mad Men's, it crossed my mind that Universal and Focus Features might find a way to offer fans of E.L. James's romantic trilogy a little tease from the movie.
Mad Men star January Jones, who plays the former wife to Jon Hamm's Don Draper, Instagrammed a picture of the Fifty Shades of Grey poster along with the caption, "Does this look familiar to anyone else?#madmenpostercirca2010."
Director Sam Taylor-Johnson's Fifty Shades of Grey movie may no longer be a 2014 release, now set to come out on Valentines Day weekend next year, but already the marketing department behind the project is getting to work and making sure that you're ready for the film.
Two of the most talked about bestselling novels of the past couple of years are soon to get big glossy Hollywood adaptations, and with them scores created by some of the most-sought after composers working today.
What follows is a list of fourteen books whose film adaptations are either already in production or quickly heading in that direction. Some of them probably arenít your cups of tea, but if you look hard enough, I guarantee youíll find a few gems among this pile. Beyond that, youíll probably hit on a few classics worth rediscovering too.