‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Update: E.L. James Visit To Vancouver Fuels Speculation About Production
Fifty Shades is back again in the spotlight, as E.L. James fueled the speculation of the start of “Fifty Shades Darker” production. James is the author of the bestselling novel, on which the Fifty Shades series is based and stands pretty close to the film makers when it comes to filming her own created story.
The novel attracted some heavy bit of controversy due to its topic, however, it is no secret that it created one of the best erotic novels of all time. The first part of the film started its production in Vancouver and looks like the trend is set to continue.
According to Ibtimes, James disseminated via Instagram that she is enroute to Vancouver. That information also included a snap of her on board with Dana Brunetti, the producer of the film. The film is set to hit the theatres in February 2017, and given the crazy nature of shooting, it is about time the production starts.
Instagram’s post was soon backed by a tweet from Brunetti saying, “Nice to be back, if only for a minute. #Vancouver.” This is a pleasant surprise for the Fifty Shades series fans as they awaited this news from a long time. However, no official announcement has been made by film makers, they are certainly increasing the anxiety among fans.
Earlier, as reported by Ooyuz, “Fifty Shades Darker” will start its production in the early 2016 and will shoot for both of its sequels back to back. Universal Pictures do want to create much gap between the two sequels this time as they brace themselves to release both the films within a span of twelve months.
With new characters to be infused in the film, the storyline shall stick much with that of the novel. While the vacated director’s chair caused by Sam Taylor Johnson’s resignation has been filled with James Foley. The recent updates have left the fans wanting for more, and the author’s Instagram play has certainly raised their heart beat, but currently nothing can be told clearly.
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