It is always difficult to bring a popular novel to life on the big screen, and it can be even more difficult if that book is a later novel in a popular series of books that expands out the universe further. 50 Shades Darker, based on the second novel in the Fifty Shades trilogy by erotic romance author E.L. James, has to contend with that universe expansion here, and because of it, there are plenty of changes made between the books and the movie.

We could go on and on about the minutia of the changes between 50 Shades Darker on the big screen and within the pages of the book, but this list compiles the biggest changes I noticed during my screening of Universal's 50 Shades Darker. 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.

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Ana isn't forced to rely on Christian to take her to Jose's art show. Instead, once Ana arrives she runs into Jose, who learns all the photos he took of Ana have sold. Somehow, Ana's intuition makes her realize that Christian was the one who bought them and she turns to see him staring at her. This is different than Christian offering to take her to Portland in Charlie Tango in the books.

After the art show, Ana doesn't let Christian order for her at the restaurant. This change fits her personality better. It shows the non-subservient side of Ana when she orders a Quinoa salad rather than accepting Christian ordering medium steak and French fries for her.

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