Rita Ora Wants More Lines As Mia Grey In ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Sequel; Marlon Wayans To Create Comedic Spin Off Of The Movie
Rita Ora has expressed her desire to have more lines in the upcoming sequel of “Fifty Shades of Grey;” Marlon Wayans plans to produce a comedy version of the movie, calling it “Fifty Shades of Black.”
Ever since the news about “Fifty Shades of Grey” sequel has been brought up, many artists desire to be a part of the popular erotic movie written by E.L. James. One of the artists who is lucky enough to be included was the 24-year-old singer, Rita Ora. Though she just had a small role in the first movie as Christian Grey’s sister, she still hopes that in the sequel, she will now have a chance to get more lines.
Ora hopes to reprise her role as Mia Grey, the adoptive daughter of Charrick Grey and Dr. Grace Trevelyan Grey in the movie franchise, if the producers and creators will give her an opportunity.
The young songstress only had four lines in the first movie, but she’s still holding on to the possibilities that she could have more appearances and lines in the last two sequels, “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed.”
According to The Nation report, Ora commented that she’s a big fan of the novel, and when it comes to her character, she thinks that Mia matured in the last two books slowly but surely. So, she expressed that if she will be tapped to be Mia, she’s more than willing to be a part of the movie once again, she did not hesitate to say that she will be there if they want to.
On the other hand, while Ora is busy expressing her desire to have a comeback as Mia Grey, Comedian Marlon Wayans is now prepping up a comedic spin-off of the erotic movie.
Entertainment Weekly reported that Wayans is planning to create a comedic spin off of the movie, but is quickly reminded the viewers that the film is not a spoof. According to Wayans, the film will have its own approach, own characters and plot.
The “Fifty Shades of Black” that Marlon Wayans will be producing is set to be in theaters on January 20, 2016.
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