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Love him or hate him, Marlon Wayans has been arguably one of the biggest names in spoof movies of the last 15 years. As such, it should be no surprise that he is planning to once again return to the genre.
Honest Trailers have done what they do best, and highlighted just how truly awful Fifty Shades Of Grey is.
I actually expect Fifty Shades of Grey to do extremely well in home video, as people who might have been embarrassed to see it in a theater (and let themselves get immersed in the experience) will be more willing to rent the adaptation and make a romantic evening out of it.
Fifty Shades of Grey! Selma! There's a lot of great stuff coming out this month, check 'em all out after the jump.
After Fifty Shades of Grey left red marks on the back of pop-culture after a ubiquitous spanking, the film’s sequel found itself in a standstill due to conceptual chaos between original book author, E.L. James and the film’s creative forces. Now, it seems that could be settled, since the sequel’s screenwriter will be none other than James’ husband!
The director took a diplomatic tact, thanking everyone at the studio for their support and wishing the franchise nothing but luck as she washed her hands of the potential series.
Emilia Clarke has revealed that she turned down the role of Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades Of Grey because she didn’t want to be recognized for constantly doing nudity.
Fifty Shades Of Grey Unrated is coming! The Fifty Shades Of Grey DVD and Blu-ray release date has been set, as well as the Digital HD release date.
It’s pretty common that as soon as a Hollywood movie becomes successful, the studio jumps on the chance to crank out a sequel. When it doesn’t happen like this, it’s something of an anomaly - but apparently that’s exactly what’s happening with the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel.
The phenomenal box office success of Fifty Shades of Grey was all the proof one needs that a sequel is on the horizon, but that hasn’t stopped behind the scenes drama from cropping up. One such example of this surrounds stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, who were reportedly paid rather little considering the money the movie grossed.
he film adaptation of Fifty Shades Of Grey has inspired its fair share of loud detractors. As it turns out, one of the film’s harshest critics is Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall, who has not only claimed not to not have interest in seeing the film, but has blamed that lack of interest on male lead Jamie Dornan.
The two leading stars of Fifty Shades of Grey, Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, will reportedly seek a greater, sexier stipend when they negotiate to return for the film’s prospective sequels, starting with Fifty Shades Darker.
Apparently, this is not unusual. Cat Khue, a film columnist for the country's Tuoi Tre newspaper, says that mandated edits to films screened in Vietnam have become “a normal thing,” and that they frequently watch films where the sex and violence has been edited out.
Eleven-year-old Liam Scholes walked into Manchester’s Sale High School dressed as his new favorite book character, Christian Grey. As in, Fifty Shades of Grey’s leading man. Unfortunately, the school didn’t appreciate his creativity and banned him from the World Book Day festivities.
The pattern of inexplicable Fifty Shades of Grey-related behavior continues with the latest bit of ridiculousness involving some folks at a Las Vegas Valentine’s Day exhibition themed towards the film, which somehow incited the classy couple to sneak away to a back room and engage in some public prurience.
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.