Turning any book into a movie is a big task, and director Sam Taylor-Johnson had her hands full adapting Fifty Shades of Grey for the big screen. She was given the task of appealing to E.L. James hordes of fans while still creating a movie that could be R-rated and be seen by a larger portion of the movie-viewing population. Despite the problems on set, Taylor-Johnson largely succeeds at this by creating a Ms. Steele with a little more spunk and cutting out some of the racier chunks of the novel.

Unfortunately for fans, this means there are a few key differences between the Fifty Shades of Grey book and movie. Following are the 14 biggest changes I noticed in my screening of Universal’s Fifty Shades Of Grey. Plenty of other details were changed, of course, and feel free to remark on any changes you feel may have been more noticeable. There are many spoilers in the Fifty Shades of Grey book to movie comparison. Do not delve in if you want the film to be a surprise.

coveralls claytons Christian doesn’t purchase the coveralls when he visits Ana at Claytons. Luckily, he does still get to cheekily say to Anastasia Steele that he could "always take them off," when she mentions he might ruin his clothes. And he still gets the cable ties, of course.

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