‘Fifty Shades’ Manuscript for Christian Grey Novel Stolen, Screenwriter Slams Film
June 11, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades of mystery!
A week forward of a Jun 18 recover (Christian Grey’s birthday), a duplicate of E.L. James’ new Fifty Shades of Grey book Grey — that retells Fifty Shades from Christian’s indicate of perspective — has been stolen.
According to the BBC, Kent Police in England began questioning a disappearance of a publishing progressing this week. Thieves could potentially trickle a story online, or sell sections of it to a press.
Random House was tight-lipped when confirming a review to ET.
“We can endorse that a Kent military are questioning a burglary of a finished duplicate of E.L. James’ new book Grey,” a repute for a publisher told ET.
Hopefully, by a book’s recover subsequent week, they’ll have this review all tied adult and oh, we see what we’re doing.
The burglary comes as Fifty Shades screenwriter Kelly Marcel, continues to publicly malign a film. In an talk on Brett Easton Ellis’ podcast final week, she certified she can't watch a Fifty Shades film she adapted, citing artistic differences with a studio and producers.
“My heart unequivocally was damaged by that process, we unequivocally meant it,” she said. “I don’t see it out of any kind of sourness or annoy or anything like that. we only don’t feel like we can watch it though feeling some pain about how opposite it is to what we primarily wrote.”
Marcel will not be behind for Fifty Shades Darker, a supplement to a strange blockbuster film, that is also losing a director, Sam Taylor-Johnson. The follow-up book will be penned by E.L. James’ husband, Niall Leonard.
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