Jamie Dornan & Dakota Johnson Get Down to Business on the Set of Fifty Shades of Grey!
I’m going to say this is just after Christian and Ana have dinner at the Heathman and where they discuss the contract and when Ana leaves quite promptly before things heat up too much.
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Kalimotxos are delicious!
It’s red wine and Coca-Cola, and before you knock it, try one! Trust me.
I first had this in Croatia, where it goes by the name of bambus!
‘Star Wars’ Launches An Official Instagram Profile
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Pop Danthology 2013 - this mega-mix of the year’s best songs will blow your mind
Fifty Shades of Grey producers are set to make two versions of the film so they can please both fans of the explicit book and allow the movie to be shown in mainstream cinemas.
‘What we’re kind of hearing from the fans is they want it dirty… they want it as close as possible [to the book],’ said producer Dana Brunetti, who has been listening to the demands of the book’s female followers on Twitter. After a fairly restrained take on the bondage bestseller for mainstream cinema audiences, he reveals filmmakers are planning to release a more explicit version soon afterwards.
The sex scenes featuring bondage, spanking and sadomasochism were a big part of the appeal of the so-called ‘mommy porn’ books by EL James. They tell the story of virginal college student Anastasia Steele, who embarks on an intense voyage of sexual discovery with her S&M-loving boss, billionaire entrepreneur Christian Grey. But they have created a minefield for filmmakers of the £25m movie who risk either neglecting the racy book’s fans by toning it down too much or getting a rating that deems it off limits for mainstream cinemas. If the first version of the film gets an R or restricted rating in America it could be seen by anyone aged 17 or over.
A more explicit version may get the much rarer NC-17 certificate, which is reserved for films depicting rape or drug use. ‘I always thought it would be really cool if we released the R version [18 in Britain] and then we had an NC-17 version that we released a few weeks later. Everybody could go and enjoy the R version, and then if they really wanted to see it again and get a little bit more gritty with it then have that NC-17 version out there as well. That is my idea, but the fans and the studio [Universal Pictures] will benefit from the double dip…
The highly-anticipated movie, which starts shooting in Vancouver tomorrow, was scheduled to premiere in August next year. However fans will have to wait a little while longer. The first part of the trilogy is now set to hit the big screen until February 13 2015, suggesting Universal hopes it will be a Valentine’s date movie.
'Fifty Shades of Grey': First Character Photos!
Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey and Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele
R.I.P Marcia Wallace (aka Edna Krabappel)
The Simpsons have paid tribute to Marcia Wallace, the voice of Edna Krabappel, by having Bart scribble a message to her during the iconic chalkboard scene from the opening credits.
Wallace who died last week of cancer aged 70, had been the voice of Mrs. Krabappel since the show’s launch over 20 years ago.
Executive producer Al Jean said in a statement that Wallace’s character was ‘irreplaceable’ and will now be written out of the show.