Can ‘Fifty Shades Of Darker’ Please The Critics And Fans?

By Irawati Awate | 2 years ago
Can ‘Fifty Shades Of Darker’ Please The Critics And Fans?
Fifty Shades Darker

“Fifty Shades of Grey,” the first of the trilogy from E.L. James book, was directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. The book talks about the relationship of a business tycoon and a college graduate, revolving around a sexual practice called as (BDSM)- Bondage, Discipline/Dominance, Submission and Masochism. The intimate scenes described in the book are the stand out feature mixed with emotions and feelings that make a Man fall for a Women. When the star cast of the movie was announced, the readers were forced to turn their attention on the character of “Anastasia Steele.” The character of Anastasia was one of the most difficult characters to be played in the movie and not just because of the nude scenes but also because of the feeling and emotion one should carry to play that character.

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Dakota Johnson enlarged her fan base by quite some amount but she did not able to please the readers and critics enough with her acting. According to Movieplot.com, “Fifty Shades Darker” is set to launch in 2017, two years after its first part and under the directorship of James Foley.

According to Forbes.com, James Foley is coming to direct a film after almost 10 years when he directed the “Perfect Stranger” in 2007.

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Saying “Fifty Shades of Grey,” which grossed over $500 Million, as a flop would be senseless and this time around the franchise is making sure there won’t be any significant waiting period in between the second and the third part of the trilogy. So, can Dakota Johnson and James Foley be successful in pleasing the readers and critics or will it be just another miss by Foley? Share your thoughts.

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