‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Update: News On Cast, Director, And Much More
“Fifty Shades Darker” franchise practically need no marketing strategies, as it has enough fuss created around it. “Fifty Shades of Grey” originates from the bestselling novel created by E.L.James, which portrays a vicious erotic side of a businessman and a love of an innocent college perusing girl.
The novel has aroused fantasies and romance among the readers around the globe. There is no denying of the extremely sensitive and controversial content, but the success eclipses it way beyond. Owing to that the first film, when was released it was awarded with warm reception and exceptional earnings; although book readers were unhappy with a few missing details it still took their imagination straight on to screen.
Speaking about “Fifty Shades Darker,” the sequel to the first, is going to be far more intense and sexier than the first. As Christian Grey is set to unleash himself and his little buddy, along with Anastasia Steele who is no longer afraid after falling in love with him.
Can it get more sexier than this? The answer is yes, because the film is going to witness the introduction of a few extremely important characters. Out of which one of them is Leila Williams, who was the former submissive partner of Mr. Grey. While no matter how important the character of Williams is, it cannot jeopardize the influence of Elena Lincoln. Lincoln was the person accountable for Grey’s BDSM addiction.
According to Moviepilot, Lucy Hale of “Pretty Little Liars” is a strong contender to play the role of Williams, along with Katie Cassidy. Meanwhile, Charlize Theron is reported to play the role of Lincoln.
Speaking of new characters, there is also the appointment of new director. According to Latinopost, Sam Taylor Johnson refrained from committing to the franchise’s subsequent projects. According to Johnson, it is difficult to work with the author E.L. James. However, James Foley has been handed over the reins and the production houses are confident enough about his appointment.
“Fifty Shades Darker” is set to release in February 2017.
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