‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Sequels Tie Down a Director
November 13, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Adapted from a initial installment of E.L. James’ remarkably renouned trilogy of amorous novels, Fifty Shades of Grey grossed some-more than $570 million during a tellurian box bureau when it debuted final February. The story of a contemptible intrigue that develops between college grad Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and eccentric businessman Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan), a film brought BDSM to a large shade in a approach distinct anything multiplex audiences had seen before. Today, a studio announced that James Foley (Glengarry Glen Ross) will be directing both of its sequels.
Universal’s skeleton for a destiny of a authorization were put on reason after a strange Grey‘s screenwriter Kelly Marcel and executive Sam Taylor-Johnson both over a array due to artistic differences, while Johnson and Dornan negotiated for a raise. Today’s news ends a duration of wild conjecture that began in May when a studio announced recover dates for Fifty Shades Darker (February 10, 2017) and Fifty Shades Freed (February 9, 2018) with no executive in place. (James’ father Niall Leonard had sealed on to write both scripts behind in April.) Although Foley has destined episodes of shows like House of Cards and Hannibal, these films will be his initial facilities given a 2007 Halle Berry vehicle, Perfect Stranger.