‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Tampon Scene Cut From Movie
January 22, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The many talked-about stage from a book chronicle of “Fifty Shades Of Grey” will not be enclosed in a movie. Yes, that tampon stage — a one where Christian removes Ana’s tampon before carrying sex — will not be seen on a large screen, according to a film’s director, Sam Taylor-Johnson. “It didn’t make it into a movie,” she told Variety. “It was never even discussed.”
The film will, of course, embody some of a novel’s scandalous sex scenes, including a couple’s initial night in a Red Room of Pain. Taylor-Johnson worked with screenwriter Kelly Marcel to make a raunchier scenes work visually. “On a early draft, there was a clarity that there was approach too most sex,” she pronounced in a interview. “The story, of course, is of equal importance. We attempted to change a account correctly, so one doesn’t feel like it’s drowning a other. It’s a buildup that’s interesting. we feel that in movies, a notation there’s penetration, it’s all over.”
Last week, “Fifty Shades of Grey” became a fastest-selling R-rated movie, and something tells us tampon yanking might have done that R-rating impossible. “Fifty Shades Of Grey” opens in theaters Feb. 13.