Is Fifty Shades of Grey going to browbeat a West End with a musical?
January 14, 2017 - Fifty Shades of Grey
It was inevitable, wasn’t it? The Fifty Shades of Grey franchise has been a (eurgh) financial pound in both a universe of books and film, and a array is closely compared with song interjection to a new Zayn and Taylor Swift partnership and (eurgh) Ellie Goulding’s ‘Love Me Like You Do’ so it was usually a matter of time before someone motionless that it should turn a theatre low-pitched (EURGH).
The Sun reports that a array author, EL James, said: “Someone has asked me about (a musical).
“Who knows? Never contend never.”
But (unfortunately) that’s not all! A source allegedly told a publication: “There has been large hype around a books and producers know that a theatre instrumentation will sell out in minutes.
“Theatre bosses have been in talks with E.L and nonetheless these things can take years to devise they know it will be a large success.
“It could be a arrange of thing that hen parties will group to with all a erotic scenes and tourists will adore it too.”
Fifty Shades of Grey became a materialisation in 2012, with a initial film instrumentation (starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson) expelled in 2015. The second film, Fifty Shades Darker, will strike cinemas on Feb 14.
It will be engaging to see if a array is still renouned now that all a vital hype has died down. If Darker does do a numbers, could we design an central proclamation of a musical’s growth after in a year?
We’d rather this audiobook version, to be honest.