‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ writer is still confused by ‘unusual behavior’ rating

January 14, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey

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Fifty Shades of Grey (Focus)

Fifty Shades of Grey writer Dana Brunetti admits to USA TODAY that even he was nonplussed by the Motion Picture Association of America’s rating for his film, formed on E.L. James’ eccentric best-selling novel.

The MPAA slapped Fifty Shades with a limited R rating final week, saying that a film had “strong passionate calm including dialogue, some unusual behavior and striking nudity, and for language.”

We get a lot of this. But surprising behavior??? What does that even mean?

“I have no idea,” Brunetti told us on Sunday’s Golden Globes red carpet.

Fifty Shades

Fifty Shades

“I’m meditative they saw a opposite film than me. we had a good giggle when we saw that. So many people e-mailed me about that before we had even seen it. And they were like, ‘What does surprising mean?’ It’s flattering surprising to me.”

We’ll all find out Feb. 14 when Fifty Shades opens in theaters. Meanwhile, check out Brunetti deliberating it below.


source ⦿ http://entertainthis.usatoday.com/2015/01/14/fifty-shades-of-grey-producer-is-still-confused-by-unusual-behavior-rating/

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