‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Actress Dakota Johnson On Movie’s Sequel: ‘It’s Quite …
September 9, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
“Fifty Shades of Grey” singer Dakota Johnson pronounced that she is really vehement to work with newly-chosen executive James Foley, who will work on a supplement of a movie, “Fifty Shades Darker.” The singer considers Foley as a gifted film builder who will do probity stuffing in ex-director Sam Taylor-Johnson’s shoes.
“It’s utterly exciting. 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,” Johnson told Empire in a new interview.
“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?” she added.
Johnson also suggested that she has met Foley, though refused to hold any sum about his proceed for a sequel. “You’ll only have to see when a film comes out,” pronounced a actress.
Johnson recently attended a Venice Film Festival to foster her films, “Black Mass” and “A Bigger Splash.” The singer came to limelight when she was selected to execute a purpose of Anastasia Steele in a erotic, bondage-themed film, “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The film was formed on a novel by author E.L James and was destined by Taylor-Johnson.
After a film strike the box-office, executive Taylor-Johnson quit a plan and declined to work on a dual sequels, citing ideological differences with author James. The destiny of a film’s supplement was in danger since a recover date was announced and it still did not have any director.
However, a Universal Pictures pushed a recover date to 2017 and have now selected a radio array “House of Cards’” executive Foley to fill Taylor-Johnson’s position.
“Fifty Shades Darker” will be created by James’ father Niall Leonard, and there is conjecture in a media that a author will now have a bigger purpose in a making. The third and a final supplement of a film, “Fifty Shades Freed” is pushed for a 2018 release.