‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ fans conflict to special NYC screening
February 8, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
There’s zero Christian Grey likes some-more than a large hit.
And according to fans who attended a special screening of a sexy, moist and sadomasochistic “Fifty Shades of Grey” during a Ziegfeld on Friday night, that’s accurately what he — and Universal Studios — have on their hands.
More than 100 “Fifty”-philes, mostly women, could hardly enclose their fad when Jamie Dornan, a Irish actor and former Calvin Klein indication who plays Grey, initial seemed on a screen.
There was shrill acclaim — and cheers — and a assembly didn’t curb themselves from few gasps, shaken giggles and even a wandering “Oh, yeah” via a screening.
“I’m flattering gentle with sex,” pronounced Kathy Exposito, 31, a Washington Heights lab technician who had tears in her eyes immediately after a movie. “It’s one thing reading a book by yourself in a residence in a dark, and it’s another saying a film with a hundred people. You feel exposed, like ‘Oh my god, now everybody knows we like this kind of thing.’”
Exposito was creatively rooting for a actor Charlie Hunnam to play Grey, though she entirely approves of Dornan now that she’s seen him in action.
“He’s some-more than what we expected,” she pronounced with a smile.
Other fans had listened a rumors about Dakota Johnson, who plays a virtuous Anastasia Steele, and Dornan carrying a glacial attribute off-screen.
But they saw usually feverishness between a leads in a film.
“I listened that they didn’t like any other in genuine life, though we suspicion they were fine,” pronounced Fernanda Capolina, 26, a tyro from Queens. “The chemistry was amazing.”
The book, by E.L. James, focuses on Grey’s attempts to pull Steele into his universe of unpleasant pleasure. He wants to play a widespread to her submissive, and he tests her boundary with roving crops, floggers, blindfolds and, during a movie’s climax, a belt.
“The film was most improved than a book,” pronounced 26-year-old Julie O’Mahoney, who works in promotion in Ireland. “The book’s really tedious and step-by-step. There were cringe-worthy moments. It wasn’t a really noted book.”
All attendees even got something to remember Steele and Grey by on exiting a theater.
No, not personal floggers — film posters.