Dakota Johnson Talks ’50 Shades Darker’ and New Director
September 8, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
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by Morgan Murrell Sep 7, 2015 16:39 PM EDT
Despite carrying a absolute opening weekend in a box office, Fifty Shades of Grey received churned reviews from both critics and fans of a book. Topping best-seller lists around a world, a 2011 amorous novel of a same name has taken readers by charge with a introduction to a banned universe of BDSM (bondage, prevalence and acquiescence and masochism). As a makers of a sequel, Fifty Shades Darker, ready for production, a trilogy’s heading lady, Dakota Johnson, spilled a beans to Empire about a film and a new director.
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Johnson plays Anastasia Steele, a immature college connoisseur who falls in adore with Christian Grey, a successful business male with a uneasy past and an mania with BDSM. Their adore story might not always be interpreted in a same approach by any reader or viewer, though a clever tie they share with any other simply translates by any context and can’t be denied. As Sam Taylor-Johnson, a initial executive of a initial film, opted to not lapse for a subsequent film, fans are anticipating the new director James Foley will can move their adore event to life in a stirring adaptation.
“It’s utterly exciting,” said Johnson to Empire about operative on a new film. “There was a impulse of being afraid, since we didn’t know what it was going to be like. we had an knowledge with Sam [Taylor-Johnson] and afterwards that all went away. Now I’m excited. we consider James is a gifted filmmaker. How mostly do we get to reassemble with a same people and have a opposite spin?”
The 25-year-old daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson has met a new executive and is concerned to see how a film will come out. In a sequel, a attribute between Steele and Grey blossoms into something that readers never expected. Emotional walls are lowered and bounds are crossed.