The Fifty Shades of Grey sequels are entrance in 2017 and 2018
May 17, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Earlier this year a film instrumentation of Fifty Shades of Grey finally arrived in theaters, raking in huge amounts of money and apropos an even bigger informative powerhouse in a process. Given that there’s dual some-more books in EL James’ trilogy prepared for instrumentation it wasn’t so most doubt of if there would be some-more cinema as most as when. Today in Las Vegas, Universal delivered that answer.
Sticking to Valentine’s Day
Variety reports that a studio announced during a annual CinemaCon gathering that Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed — that continue a story of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey — are scheduled to entrance on Feb 10th, 2017 and Feb 9th, 2018, respectively. The strange film was expelled on Feb 13th, so given a success a studio is clearly adhering to a Valentine’s Day recover plans. However, notwithstanding a success of a initial Fifty Shades film a cinematic artistic group is being reshuffled. Director Sam Taylor-Johnson will not be returning for a second and third installments — she and James reportedly had artistic disagreements during a modifying routine — and screenwriter Kelly Marcel isn’t returning either. James had wanted to write a book for a supplement herself, but according to The Hollywood Reporter her father Niall Leonard will be rebellious it instead.
To get a hype sight relocating as quick as possible, Universal is also going to be including a brief teaser for Fifty Shades Darker on a arriving DVD and Blu-ray of Fifty Shades. Not that there’s most to uncover off only yet, of march — though maybe Christian Grey in a facade will do a trick, nonetheless.
9:34PM: Updated with information about Blu-ray teaser.