Wow, Sam Taylor-Johnson Really, Really Hated Directing Fifty Shades of Grey
June 21, 2017 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The reviews for a initial film in a Fifty Shades of Grey authorization weren’t accurately stellar (it has a 25 percent measure on Rotten Tomatoes), though executive Sam Taylor-Johnson would like us all to know that she attempted to make it a good movie, she unequivocally did. Unfortunately, there was one quite formidable jump station in a way: Fifty Shades of Grey author E L James. While sitting down with a Sunday Times of London recently, Taylor-Johnson suggested only how formidable directing a instrumentation was, due to a singly impassioned artistic control James hold over a production.
“It was a onslaught and there were lots of conflict tete-à-tetes, with me perplexing to bat it into a [right] place,” Taylor-Johnson said, explaining that she and James could never see eye to eye on any turn and frequently clashed. “I like everybody — and we get unequivocally confused when they don’t like me. we was so confused by E.L. James. we don’t know when we can’t navigate a person, when there’s no synergy.”
Naturally a knowledge dampened her opinion on Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey’s adore story, and she’s calm to forget about a authorization altogether. “I’m not going to ever watch them. we have literally 0 interest,” she said. When asked if she “regrets” directing it, she pronounced no, though if she could go behind in time, maybe she’d make a opposite choice. “I can never contend we bewail it since that would only finish me off . . . With a advantage of hindsight would we go by it again? Of march we wouldn’t. I’d be mad.”