By now, you’ve substantially listened about that stage from “Fifty Shades of Grey.” You know a one we’re articulate about. YOU KNOW. We don’t even have to contend it out shrill for we to know a stage in question.
…But yeah, okay, only for a record: It’s a one where Christian Grey, sadistic bajillionaire, yanks a tampon out of Anastasia Steele’s physique in sequence to have sex with her, since distant be it from Christian Grey to let some foolish small string cylinder occupy a legitimate place of his strong penis.
MTV News already asked the obvious, many critical question over a summer: Should a “Fifty Shades of Grey” film embody this barbarous moment? And while that doubt stays unanswered — we are still all extravagantly debating either or not a filmmakers should embody pronounced tampon-removing — an central matter from a executive has resolved any doubt about either they did.
Spoiler alert: They didn’t.
In an talk with Variety, executive Sam Taylor-Johnson suggested that a tampon stage didn’t even get put to a vote.
“It didn’t make it into a movie,” Taylor-Johnson said. “It was never even discussed.”
This is expected unsatisfactory news to hardline fans of a “Fifty Shades” trilogy (although some of us, e.g. me, are substantially blissful to hear that we won’t be saying that impulse onscreen. Just reading about it creates me feel like my reproductive viscera are perplexing to rush ceiling into my physique and censor behind my liver, where they’re safe.)
However, there’s also a earnest quote in a same news from writer Michael De Luca, who categorically mentioned a “miracle” of Jamie Dornan‘s opening in one of a many heated scenes that they did film, in that Ana asks Christian to do his misfortune so that she can know what she’s indeed gotten herself into.
“He unequivocally gets carried divided in a moment,” De Luca said.
And author E.L. James, who wrote a book that plunged a universe into “Fifty Shades”-obsessed madness, had some comforting difference for anyone who fears that a burst from page to shade has taken the, uh, beef out of a racy, vast plot:
“I’m flattering certain a millions of fans who have a review a trilogy will consider there is adequate sex.”
Which is really reassuring! Unless we occur to trust that when it comes to a bedroom shenanigans of Christian Grey, there’s no such thing as “enough sex.”
“Fifty Shades Of Grey” hits theaters on Feb 13.