Producer Reveals “Fifty Shades of Grey” Movie Will Be Available In Two Versions
How steamy and sexy do you want the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie to be?
Is there a woman on the planet who hasn't at least skimmed through one of the Fifty Shades books? The three books, chronicling the deepening relationship of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele has been translated in 52 languages and has sold more than 90 million copies worldwide.
Based on the enormous popularity of the books, production of the first movie "Fifty Shades of Grey" starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson started filming yesterday in Vancouver. The movie already has a release date of Valentines Day, 2015.
Fans of the "mommy porn" have been speculating as to how far film makers will take moviegoers into the "red room." Today, that question has been answered. Based on customer demand, there will be two versions of this movie. Dana Brunetti, the movie's producer has been following fans on Twitter, and "What we're kind of hearing from the fans is that they want it dirty...they want it as close as possible to the book."
One version of the upcoming film will aim for an "R" rating, which means that anyone 17 or over could see the movie. That version hopes to appeal to a mainstream audience.
The other version, Universal Studios says, will be edgier in it's depiction of Christian's and Anastasia's steamy sexual encounters. This version would most likely be given an NC-17 rating.
The idea to release two versions of the movie has created a lot of controversy. Read all of the comments and check the progress of filming on the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy Facebook page, here.
At the risk of being nosy...which version will you go see?