Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Casting – The Internet’s Reaction
January 17, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The Internet’s Reaction to a Casting of Fifty Shades of Grey
When author E L James took to Twitter to announce a lead casting for a arriving Fifty Shades of Grey movie, fans were excited. After all, a film rights were cumulative in Mar 2012 and fans had to lay during a corner of their seats until Sep 2013 before conference word of a leads was released. But vehement as fans were, their fad was cut brief a impulse a names were announced.
E L James, along with executive Sam Taylor-Johnson and producers Michael De Luca and Dana Brunetti were all gratified to announce their selections of Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele and Charlie Hunnam as Christian Grey. Fans, on a other hand, were not so pleased.
The internet became what it’s famous best for being – a height for open cheer and ubiquitous disdain. Twitter and forums were bombarded with people’s opinions on a matter and vale threats to protest observation a film. It appears a film staff’s preference did not compare adult to open opinion of who would play a lead roles.
Various websites had conducted their possess polls on who should play a tools before to a proclamation and conjunction actor even contended on any of a lists. For a partial of Christian Grey, many people saw “The Vampire Diaries” star Ian Somerhalder, “White Collar” actor Matt Bomer, or “True Blood” star Alexander Skarsgard as a best intensity options. Fans would’ve also elite to see “Pretty Little Liars” star Lucy Hale, “Gilmore Girls” singer Alexis Bledel, or “That ’70s Show” star Mila Kunis to play a purpose of Anastasia Steele.
Some fans even went as distant as signing an online petition to protest a casting selection. The petition aptly named, “We Want Matt Bomer and Alexis Bledel as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele on 50 Shades,” gained 7000 signatures in a initial 24 hours and went on to have over 90,000 signatures.
The filming organisation stranded to their guns saying that their casting preference was formed on several factors, including interest, availability, and chemistry. While a open was in an conflict claiming that Hunnam and Johnson looked zero like their characters, a organisation seemed to see a bigger picture. They weren’t worried by a comments that Hunnam lacked a chiseled facilities to execute Grey or a remarks that Johnson wasn’t mousey adequate to be Steele.
Yet, a month after a casting announcement, Charlie Hunnam stepped down. While fans would like to trust they played a purpose in a action, Hunnam was ravaged and settled that he usually bit off too most during an already chaotic schedule. With sharpened report to start usually a month later, a organisation was sent behind to a sketch board.
Contrary to some fans’ wishes, Johnson was in it for a prolonged run. Not usually did she say her casting as Anastasia, though she played a pivotal partial in selecting Hunnam’s replacement: “Once Upon a Time” actor, Jamie Dornan.
While he wasn’t a initial choice for many fans, a open seemed generally happier with a selection; quite given that Dornan’s earthy characteristics were some-more in line with a picture embellished in a book. According to facial facilities consultant Jean Haner, Dornan matches a required “sharp cheekbones and nothing to his cheeks,” that are evil of group who like to be in control. Dornan seemed roughly ideal for a purpose given his comfort during a lewd scenes in Marie Antoinette and his many displaying roles with Calvin Klein, Doir, and Armani.