Fifty Shades of Grey Film Adaptation


Fifty Shades of Grey became a phenomenal trilogy, which is now ready to hit the screen. It became a best seller in the United Kingdom within just a span of three months. Despite the slack narrative devices, it became a hit to the market, which is mostly composed of women. The first book Fifty Shades of Grey is followed by two sequels, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed.

Originally written as Twilight fan fiction, author E.L. James rewrote it into a more original story. Because of its immense popularity, a movie followed after a major auction, with Universal Pictures and Focus Features winning the rights to the story. The production finished in February, after a series of script adjustments and recasting. The movie’s release was originally set for August 1, but issues in the script moved the release to February 14 of 2015. The film stars Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steel, and Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey. The official release of its trailer reached around 12 million hits in a matter of two days.

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