‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Final Casting To Be Revealed Only Right Before Filming?

By Rosella Jane Vargas | 12 months ago
‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Final Casting To Be Revealed Only Right Before Filming?

The creative team behind “Fifty Shades Darker” are experiencing lots of delays for the preparation of the movie. Fans are always anticipating for updates while hoping that the latest release date won’t be moved. There were some information about the film that are already confirmed. When will the other casts be revealed? Read On!

The excitement rises as fans want to know who will be casted for the characters of Jack Hyde, Leila Williams, and Mrs. Robinson. These three characters are pivotal in the plot as they greatly affect the sequences of the events. But with different speculations buzzing around the movie, a fan expressed his opinion regarding the casting matter.


From an article of Design & Trend as cited by Realty Today, a certain fan leave a comment that suggests everyone should have to wait until the moment before the filming of “Fifty Shades Darker.” It reads, “They didn’t really announce their filming schedule until right before with ‘Fifty Shades and with Darker filming rumored to start in February, it seems early for them to announce anything. And I’m not sure Team50 actually announced it last time. If I recall correctly the supporting cast wasn’t announced for Fifty Shades until right before or after the start of filming, so I wouldn’t necessarily expect casting announcements just yet,”


Meanwhile, for fans who can’t wait to see the film for 2017, they can treat themselves for the spoof version of the movie that will be released early 2016. According to Latin Post, the film entitled “Fifty Shades of Black” is from the creative work of Wayans who will work together with writer Rick Alvarez. The casts will include Kali Hawk, Jane Seymour, Fred Willard, Andrew Bachelor, Mike Epps, Kate Miner, and Tina Grimm.

Wayans is known to create spoof versions of popular movies such as “Matrix,” “The Grudge,” “War of Worlds,” “The Sixth Sense,” “Scream,” “Fahrenheit 911,” “The Ring,” “The Village,” “8 Mile,” “The Exorcist,” “Saw,” and “The Haunting.” Fans will soon be able to watch a parody of the hit E.L. James book. It would be nice to see how comedy and romance would be fused for the film.

The “Fifty Shades of Black” will be released this coming January 29, 2016 while “Fifty Shades Darker” is expected to hit theaters on February 10, 2017.

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