‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Author E.L. James To Publish Second ‘Grey’ Novel From …
June 29, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
“Fifty Shades of Grey” author E.L. James will reportedly tell a supplement to “Grey,” that will also be told from a viewpoint of Christian Grey.
According to Melty, a supplement to “Grey” will underline a same story created in “Fifty Shades Darker,” though this time it will be told from a viewpoint of Christian. In a prior interview, James reliable a news and said, “I will many expected author ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ from Christian’s indicate of view.” However, it is still misleading when James intends to tell a new book.
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Just recently, a author published “Grey” off of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The book perceived a slew of churned reactions from fans and critics. Some fans remarkable that a book was honest, while others pronounced that it was only too many to read.
Meanwhile, there are also rumors that James will many expected tell “Fifty Shades Freed” from Christian’s perspective, though this will occur a few months after a recover of a third installment for a large screen.
In other news, fans are reportedly unfortunate with a news that Jamie Dornan will not go full-frontal on “Fifty Shades Darker.” In a past integrate of weeks, there were rumors that a actor will do anything only to have an boost in his pay. However, these reports were close down only recently.
During an talk with The Stir, “Fifty Shades Darker” dress engineer Mark Bridges pronounced that a full-frontal will not occur in a supplement since it will be best to leave some scenes to one’s imagination.
“I don’t need it spelled out for me, things left to a imagination are better. But people who are concerned in a after films contingency know something we don’t know,” he teased.