Fifty Shades of Grey
Adaptation of E.L. James' best-selling erotic novel, the fastest selling paperback of all time (its sex scenes of bondage and masochism devoured by over 70 million blushing readers). The novel, the first of a trilogy, traces the relationship between college graduate Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson, The Social Network) and wealthy entrepreneur Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan, TV's The Fall).
Charlie Hunnam (Pacific Rim) was cast as Grey, but has withdrawn from the film citing scheduling difficulties. Fifty is credited with mainstream-ing soft porn literature, time will tell if this will do the same for moviegoers.More Information
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