"Fifty Shades Darker" to film in Paris after city rebuilds
February 5, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey
“Fifty Shades Darker” will fire in Paris as designed as a city rebuilds after a harmful apprehension attacks in November.
Film officials told the Hollywood Reporter that a “Fifty Shades of Grey” sequel, starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, will fire in Paris within a initial half of this year. The film is one of many that will fire in a city as it recovers as a renouned filming destination.
Stephane Martinet, emissary executive of a Ile-de-France Film Commission, pronounced that no vital projects were canceled or deferred in annoy of a attacks. He pronounced he believes it’s a film industry’s approach of ancillary a iconic city.
“It seems there is some arrange of resilience among a film industry. Producers, in sold from a U.S., uttered their support to us after a attacks and reinforced their eagerness to pursue their projects,” he said. “They wish to send a message.”
In fact, shoots resumed only a week after a attacks.
“The initial week after a apprehension attack, sharpened froze, though one week after it started adult again,” pronounced Melanie Chebance, producers’ liason for Film France. “There is an increasing confidence turn for everyone, though film shoots are move as common … For example, during a impulse there are 10 crews on a streets of Paris.”
Even supervision offices like a method of invulnerability have reached out to film companies, welcoming them to control shoots in a city and in their buildings, says a Hollywood Reporter.
Requests for filming permits declined somewhat in Nov and December, though they are approaching to miscarry to pre-attack numbers by a finish of a month.