‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ 90-Year-Old Film Editor Thinks Movie ‘Could Have Been a …
January 9, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Don’t be fearful to get dirty! Legendary film editor Anne Coates recently suggested to The Hollywood Reporter that she suspicion a 2015 big-screen instrumentation of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey could have been, well, racier.
“I suspicion it could have been a small some-more raunchy myself,” a 90-year-old editor told THR only forward of being respected with a Los Angeles Film Critics Association’s Career Achievement Award on Saturday, Jan 9. “Creatively, it was utterly engaging since they were perplexing to get as voluptuous as they could and get an R rating. So we were really smoothly going around some of a scenes.”
Coates, who has also worked on such Hollywood classics as David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia, David Lynch’s The Elephant Man and Steven Soderbergh’s Out of Sight, combined that she didn’t primarily expect operative on Fifty.
“I was astounded to be asked to do it, though we consider it was since we did [Adrian Lyne’s] Unfaithful, that was sincerely sexy,” she added.
“I’m unapproachable of Fifty Shades of Grey,” a 26-year-old singer said. “I don’t need to stretch myself from that. The some-more work we do, a some-more a ubiquitous open sees a opposite things we can do. Do we consider it non-stop doors? Yeah. More people know my name.”
On Wednesday, Jan 6, Johnson took home a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress over associate nominees Blake Lively (Age of Adaline), Jennifer Lopez (The Boy Next Door), Rachel McAdams (Spotlight) and Kate Winslet (Steve Jobs).
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