The “Poison” thespian stopped by a Capital XTRA studios with rapper Charles Hamilton to plead their new strain “New York Raining.” While she was there, a theme of a much-delayed supplement came up. All that Ora would share was that “[p]lans are relocating brazen with that whole sequel,” that implies that she is going to reprise her purpose as Christian Grey’s small sister Mia Grey in a sequel.
So far, Ora is a usually chairman to speak plainly about appearing in a sequel. It has been reliable that Jamie Dornan (Christian Grey) and Dakota Johnson (Anastasia Steele) will both reprise their roles in a BDSM blockbuster formed on a general bestsellers by E.L. James.
Darker has already been filled with drama, many of it reportedly centered on James wanting some-more artistic control of a sequel.
Fifty Shades of Grey executive Sam Taylor-Johnson was a initial vital actor from a initial film to step down. She was followed by screenwriter Kelly Marcel. While a new executive has not been announced, some media outlets are speculating that James wants to take a helm and approach a film herself.
As for a script, James’ husband, Niall Leonard, has been tapped to move a second book in a trilogy to a large screen.
There are also a few new roles that need to be filled for a second movie. Venture Capital Post has reported that Charlize Theron has been expel to play Elena Lincoln, a.k.a. Mrs. Robinson. Fans of a book know that Mrs. Robinson plays a vital partial in books dual and 3 and regularly comes between Anastasia and Christian.
Venture Capital Post is also stating that supermodel and Paper Towns star Cara Develingne has been approached to play Leila Williams, a past cooperative of Christian’s that can’t seem to get over Christian and tries to take it out on Anastasia.
Lastly, Fashion Style reports that Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice star Henry Cavill is a one that a studio wants to play Anastasia’s boss, Jack Hyde.
None of a casting rumors can be confirmed, though demeanour for casting news to start violation given filming should start soon.
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