Looks like a Fifty Shades of Grey authorization is about to get even hotter. The Daily Star reports that Cara Delevingne, a 22-year-old supermodel, has been shortlisted to join a cast of Fifty Shades Darker, a subsequent installment in a film series.
“E.L James loves a thought of her as a name being in a subsequent movie,” an insider source told The Daily Star.
If a runway stunner is expel in a movie, it won’t be her initial purpose in a suit picture. In 2014, Delevingne starred in Michael Winterbottom’s film, The Face of an Angel, formed on a true-story of Amanda Knox.
“I wanted someone who had that kind of appetite and optimism, a clarity of someone who wants to live life. People possibly have that peculiarity or they don’t. But we can also have that impetuosity in genuine life and afterwards not be means to execute it on screen. Cara was means to do that.”
Only time will tell either Delevingne will be means to move that appetite to a Fifty Shades of Grey franchise.
Fifty Shades of Grey anxious fans when it was expelled on Valentine’s Day. Made on a comparatively medium $40 million budget, a film warranted over $500 million during a box office. Since afterwards fervent Fifty Shades fanatics have had one doubt on their lips: when are we going to see a sequel?
In an central statement, Taylor-Johnson pronounced that she was “hugely grateful” for a event to approach Fifty Shades of Grey. However, insider sources contend that she and a author of a source material, E.L James, constantly clashed over a artistic instruction of a film.
“We disagreed a lot,” Taylor-Johnson pronounced to Variety. “She combined these characters and a story. we was perplexing to emanate a film knowledge that would respect a book though during a same time give us a uninformed perspective. That was formidable for her. We’d conflict things out. we consider we could contend we crossed each unfolding by a battles.”
If a rumors are true, a Fifty Shades of Grey supplement will be on a large shade in 2016. But there has been no central proclamation of a name of a new executive only yet.
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