(Photo : Getty Images Entertainment/ Pascal Le Segretain) Fans will probably not see Jamie Dornan go full frontal in “Fifty Shades Darker.”
“Fifty Shades Darker,” the highly anticipated sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey,” has been the subject of numerous rumors especially since production for the movie is expected to start early next year.
One of the most popular rumors claimed that lead actor Jamie Dornan, who plays billionaire Christian Grey, will be going full frontal.
LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 12: Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan attend the UK Premiere of ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ at Odeon Leicester Square on February 12, 2015 in London, England. (Photo : Ian Gavan/Getty Images)
The filming of “Fifty Shades Darker” will commence in the next few months, but there are rumors that it will be delayed because of Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson’s pay demands.
Exclusive: ”It’s quite exciting…”
Currently attending the Venice Film Festival to promote both gangster drama Black Mass and mystery A Bigger Splash, Dakota Johnson sat down with Empire and also discussed another role, playing Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades Of Grey sequel Fifty Shades Darker.
Who will play the role of Jack Hyde in “Fifty Shades Darker?” The last few weeks, speculations have gone around saying that Henry Cavill will be joining the erotic E.L. James trilogy but he was quick to shut down these rumors. The question now is, who will really play Hyde?
Amazon has released a list of its best-selling Kindle books over the last five years in the UK, with Fifty Shades writer EL James topping the e-book chart.
Amazon has released the data to mark five years today (5th August) since it opened the Kindle Store in the UK.
EL James’ original Fifty Shades of Grey (Arrow) title was the best-selling e-book on the Amazon.co.uk platform (released April 2012) with her follow-up in the trilogy, Fifty Shades Darker, ranking second and the third instalment Fifty Shades Freed coming in fourth.
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E.L. James is having a particularly inauspicious June.
The author — whose Twitter Q&A earlier this month turned into a pretty clear PR nightmare — got her writerly comeuppance in the The New York Times Book Review last week.
Her latest work, Grey, retells 50 Shadesfrom the perspective of its domineering protagonist and that twitchy thing in his pants.