‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ screenwriter hasn’t seen a movie
June 13, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Posted Jun 10 2015 — 8:24 AM EDT
Fifty Shades of Grey done some-more than $569 million worldwide, though not everybody saw a blockbuster instrumentation of E.L. James’ best-selling novel. Take Fifty Shades of Grey screenwriter Kelly Marcel, who told Brett Easton Ellis on his podcast that she wasn’t means to watch a film since her “heart unequivocally was broken” by a prolongation process.
Marcel explained that when she was hired by Universal to write a script, she was given an implausible volume of space to make a film opposite from a source material. (Marcel pronounced she chopped adult a timeline and private a lot of dialogue.) But when she incited in a draft, it was transparent a some-more candid instrumentation was what everybody wanted.
“[James] finished adult entrance into my residence for a week, and we kind of wrote corresponding and put things behind in,” Marcel said. “She would always let me disagree and quarrel for things that we felt ardent about. In a end, we consider we finished adult with a breeze that was a median compromise, though she had still been really dauntless about what she had let go. Ultimately, [James] did have all of a control.”
Fifty Shades of Grey is Marcel’s biggest screenwriting credit to date, though she pronounced a disproportion between what she illusory and what finished adult on shade was too large of a towering for her to over come.
“I don’t see it out of any kind of sourness or annoy or anything like that,” she pronounced about her preference to abandon examination a finished product. “I only don’t feel like we can watch it but feeling some pain about how opposite it is to what we primarily wrote.”
Listen to Ellis and Marcel plead a film and a prolongation in a podcast below.