Ian Somerhalder to Play Christian Grey in “Fifty Shades Freed” as …
October 30, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Here is good news for a fans of actor, Ian Somerhalder. The actor is speculated to play Christian Grey in “Fifty Shades Freed,” a supplement to “Fifty Shades Darker.” Jamie Dornan has been personification a desirable Grey in a prior editions of “Fifty Shades” an adaption of a amorous trilogy, from E. L. James, though he is reportedly quitting.
With a TV series, “The Vampire Diaries” finale with Season 8, it rumored that Somerhalder will be stuffing in a boots of Dornan who played a charismatic, Grey. Notably, fans have always wanted to see Somerhalder as Grey, though it seems that it is now that their wishes will be fulfilled.
It contingency be mentioned here that reports of a actor reading tools of a “Fifty Shades of Grey” gave steam to a rumors about a actor being expel as Grey, reports Parent Herald. According to reports, a 37-years-old actor will be seen as Grey in a third and a final installment of a movie.
Notably, previous reports advise that Dornan has voiced his enterprise to quit “Fifty Shades” as he is over it, generally after filming dual cinema behind to back. And, with a reports of Somerhalder being expel in a supplement of “Fifty Shades Darker” it seems to endorse that fans will no longer see Dornan personification Grey.
In other news, showrunner, Julie Plec has mentioned that fans can design a crossover between “The Vampire” Season 8 and “The Originals” Season 4, reports Entertainment Tonight. In her interview, she also mentioned that both she and Nina Dobrev wish to work together, though it is a report on that they are operative to make it happen. But if things are in place, fans can design her to be back.
“The Originals” Season 4 is scheduled to premiere in 2017, on The CW. But, that characters will be a partial of a crossover has not been revealed.
Coming to “Fifty Shades Freed,” if a reports of Somerhalder being expel as Grey turns out to be true, it stays to be seen either a actor is means to do probity to a character, in terms of onscreen chemistry.