Fifty Shades Of Grey was definitely a successful movie which became quite a big rage among the youth. So now the audience is waiting with bated breath for the next instalment of the movie which is Fifty Shades Darker. The production of the film has begun and we have got all the details of the film just for you.
Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy author E.L. James recently hinted that the production for “Fifty Shades Darker” has begun.Just recently, James shared a photo of herself with husband Niall Leonard and “Fifty Shades Darker” director James Foley via Instagram, reported Design & Trend.
At that time, the book author also shared a photo outside NBC Universal’s Comcast office which led fans to speculate that the trio have started working on the film.”#FSD #FSF with James Foley @foleyfilm and Niall Leonard @noghar,” she wrote.
On Thursday, James once again shared two photos that hinted the production for “Fifty Shades Darker” is slowly moving forward.”#Working,” she wrote alongside a photo of nameplate for Michael De Luca Productions.
Another photo featured James with the rest of the “Fifty Shades Darker” team, namely, Leonard, Foley, De Luca and producer Dana Brunetti.”Fun times… @foleyfilm @noghar @dana_brunetti @mdeluca13,” she wrote.
Meanwhile, Brunetti recently revealed that they have not yet reached out to a casting director to join the upcoming sequels.
Also, Dakota Johnson will be reprising her role in the upcoming sequel “Fifty Shades Darker.” Fans are anticipating even steamier sex scenes in the movie, reported Realty Today.
Johnson said that she doesn’t have any issues with stripping down because she doesn’t have any shame.”I don’t have any problem doing anything. The secret is I have no shame,” she said.
According to Yibada, in an interview, producer Dana Brunetti revealed that Henry Cavill cannot be cast to play Jack Hyde primarily because they have not even chosen their casting director yet.
“We’re nowhere near casting. We haven’t gotten into anything like that. We don’t even have a casting director on it yet,” he said.