‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Update: Dakota Johnson Talks About Extreme Sex Scenes; Cara Delevingne As Submissive Leila Williams?
“Fifty Shades Darker” movie is slated to release on February 10, 2017, and it will be directed by “House of Cards” director James Foley. There had been a lot of delay and unnecessary hype surrounding the movie, which had somewhere upset fans. “Fifty Shades Darker” is hoping to start filming from January 2016. Read on for more details.
Although, key roles are not yet confirmed like that of Mrs Robinson, boss Jack Hyde and submissive Leila Williams, there were talks with Cara Delevingne to act as submissive Leila Williams, but recent reports from MoviePilot have a different stand.
According to the reports, “Delevingne has a major role in “Suicide Squad” next year, but her recent starring vehicle “Paper Towns” failed to reach the audience…meaning Delevingne still has plenty to prove to those who think she’s just a model trying her luck in Hollywood, rather than a serious actor.”
The report further stated that she is not really the correct choice for the role of submissive Leila Williams.
“Fifty Shades” star Dakota Johnson recently dropped a bomb while confessing to openness towards sex scenes. In her interview with Elle, via DesignnTrend, Dakota Johnson said that she has no shame in doing sex scenes.
She further added while talking about “Fifty Shades” franchise that she likes when a women is able to break a man through emotional approach rather than physical approach like it is with Anastasia Steel and Christian Grey. Anastasia Steel and Christian Grey has a lot of hot chemistry but what wins is their emotional connection.
Johnson explained ahead saying, “I think there’s a part of a woman that wants to be with the thing that breaks a man down.”
“Fifty Shades Darker” is certainly off schedule and many are blaming Jamie Dornan, who plays Christian Grey, for the same. There had been many reports of Jamie Dornan asking for time for family and hike in salary.
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