‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Movie Cast, News & Release Date: Jamie Dornan and …
August 18, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
In a new talk with The Sun newspaper, Guy Ritchie suggested that he wants Jamie Dornan, who plays Christian Grey in a “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie, to play a lead in his arriving Warner Bros. film array about King Arthur, Daily Mail reported.
“Jaime is prohibited skill in Hollywood,” an unknown source told a newspaper. “Guy was totally blown divided when he met him and wanted to offer a partial immediately.
“Fifty Shades of Grey,” formed off of a initial book in E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades” amorous novel trilogy, could see dual sequels (“Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed”). This could infer an barrier in removing Dornan to star in a King Arthur series.
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“Jamie is penetrating on a role, too, and his U.S. agents are penetrating to work out a understanding where he’ll be means to do both franchises,” a source explained. “They have to remonstrate Universal to concede Jamie to make a film with Warner Brothers, that isn’t looking promising.”
Dornan is reportedly really meddlesome in doing Ritchie’s film since a 32-year-old budding actor wants to take control of his career and equivocate being typecast as Christian Grey, a SM-loving billionaire.
“Jamie is penetrating to take on other roles and infer he’s an variable actor,” a source said. “He fears a outrageous ‘Fifty Shades’ authorization will be all he’s compared with.”
Sam Taylor-Johnson, executive of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” knows how large a film could finish adult being. In sequence to understanding with this potential, T: The New York Times Style Magazine reported that she filmed a film as if it was a tiny indie film.
“[It done a sourroundings so] that it didn’t feel like we were doing something as large as it potentially will be,” she said. “I wanted to keep it utterly close so that everybody felt supported, generally since a lot of a element is sensitive.”
When it came to traffic with a passionate inlet of a film, Taylor-Johnson felt in control.
“I tend to burst into large hurdles as fearlessly as we presumably can, and this is really a large challenge,” a executive said. “But we didn’t feel like we was stepping into something outward my area of suspicion or creativity. A lot of my work has dealt with sexuality and energy shifts and identity.”
“Fifty Shades of Grey” hits theaters Feb. 13, 2015.
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