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We must have been asleep/drinking coffee/trying to complete level 22 of Donkey Kong when this rumour came in, but apparently, there are reports linking Superman himself, Henry Cavill, with a role in the next Fifty Shades Of Grey film.
The next movie is set for release in February 2017, and will be based on E L James' book Fifty Shades Darker. And on the promotional trail for his new movie, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (how much we love typing that out), Cavill has played the rumours with a straight forward defensive shot.
"Basically what I can say is I can't say anything about it right now", Cavill told E! News. He's been linked with the role of Anastasia Steele's boss, Jake Hyde.
He also responded on the rumours to Entertainment Tonight as well. »
Perhaps fittingly, Fifty Shades fans always go crazy for a good tease. And the possibility of Henry Cavill taking on a role in the upcoming Fifty Shades Darker has certainly proven enough to get their tongues wagging. With rumors flying around about the Man of Steel himself romancing Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) in the planned sequel to this year’s “erotic romance” (I’d disagree with both those labels), Et Online recently took the chance to ask the star about his potential involvement.
Instead of shutting down talk that he might take on a role, Cavill chose to feed the rumor mill. “How can I make this interesting?” he said. “I think it’s probably best that I say nothing for now.” Pressed for further comment, he added, “At this time, I’m not allowed to say anything.”
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- Isaac Feldberg
“Minions,” which this weekend scored the second biggest opening ever for an animated feature, is just the latest hit from Universal Pictures in a year that has overflowed with breakouts and blockbusters.
Thanks to the “Despicable Me” spinoff, “Pitch Perfect 2″ and “Jurassic World,” Universal tops all of its rivals in terms of market share, and is likely to be the first studio in history to field three films that top $1 billion globally in a single year.
The studio’s remarkable run is in marked contrast to five years ago, when Universal was mired in last place among the six major Hollywood players, weighed down by costly disappointments such as “The Green Zone” and “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.” Its hard climb back to the top is a reminder that, just as Nathaniel Hawthorne famously said of American families, studios are always rising and falling in Hollywood.
Going into 2015, most »
- Brent Lang
Continuing our weekly look at "Orange Is the New Black" season 3, two episodes at a time, I have a review of episodes 7 & 8 coming up just as soon as this blog is not a kinky sex fantasy set in space... "You don't ever have to speak with me. I hear you." -Guru Mack The inmate flashbacks on "Orange" have tended to function like the ones on "Lost." They allow us to get to know who individual characters were long before they wound up in this strange place, forced to interact with strangers whom they would never have otherwise met, and they help us to better understand both how they got to Litchfield and why they act the way they do. And unlike "Lost," which had a finite number of people on that island we cared about — and had an uneven track record at trying to expand that number — "Orange" has a »
- Alan Sepinwall
Are you ready for some Red Room scoop? E L James is making the publicity rounds for her latest book, Grey, a retelling of Fifty Shades of Grey from Christian's perspective. The latest stop? A Twitter Q&A with fans, which got a little out of hand when Twitter users questioned her ability to write and the series's possible promotion of sexual abuse. The author waded though tons of questions and answered some good ones about the books, what she would have done differently, and what she's working on now. (Two romance novels!) Instead of deciphering the Q&A yourself, just read our summary of the most important parts below. Source: Getty If she could change anything about the books, she would have split up Ana and Christian for longer at the end of Fifty Shades of Grey. Her favorite part of Grey is Christian's relationship with Elliot; it was »
E.L. James’ Twitter Q&A took a turn when critics took over and confronted the Fifty Shades of Grey author about her controversial work. #AskELJames Gets Ugly James hosted a Twitter Q&A on Monday, June 29, to celebrate the release of her newest novel, Grey, a retelling of Fifty Shades of Grey from Christian Grey’s point […]
The post El James’ Twitter Q&A Taken Over By Trolling Critics appeared first on uInterview. »
- Olivia Truffaut-Wong
Looks like Anastasia Steele isn't the only glutton for punishment. E L James put herself in the hot seat on Monday, June 29, when she participated in a live Twitter Q&A with Fifty Shades fans — and, more dominantly (no pun intended), critics. Shortly after the Q&A started on Monday afternoon, the #AskELJames hashtag was overtaken by Christian Grey haters who accused the author of being homophobic and misogynistic and romanticizing stalking and abuse. Others took issue with her actual writing, asking things like, "Which do you [...] »
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“Fifty Shades of Grey” author E.L. James inadvertently submitted to a painful public social media lashing today (June 29) when the hashtag #AskELJames went global and excited the ire of hundreds of non-Christian Grey worshipers among the Twittersphere who totally had their wordwhips at the ready. So, what started out as an innocent interview session – ahem – quickly devolved into a red room-style brutality lair with no safety word to call it off. So, the abuse was long. And hard. The stinging e-chat took place online for Twitter Books — and let’s just say she didn’t quite know what she was consenting to when she came to this game. »
Like many a celeb before her, E.L. James launched a promotional Twitter Q&A on Monday without quite realizing how many people there dislike her work. James likely intended #AskELJames as publicity for her new Fifty Shades of Grey spinoff, but the hashtag was quickly overtaken by accusations that her books promoted stalking and sexual abuse and were poorly written, to boot. It's almost like, deep within James's psyche, was an unspoken desire to be ... punished. »
- Nate Jones
E.L. James has one dirty mind. That's what keeps people flocking to her novels year after year (because it's certainly not for the high-quality writing...ba-dum-ch). The first three books in the Fifty Shades of Grey series were certainly blush-worthy, which explains why there was such a frenzy to scoop up copies as soon as it released last week. The smut level did not disappoint, at least according to Twitter users who posted Nsfw passages like "Swallowing semen—you get an A in that" and "An image of her shackled to my bench, peeled gingerroot inserted in her a-- so she can't clench her buttocks." Hot tamale. But it seems that for some odd reason, readers »
Demonstrating that Jurassic World isn’t the only insatiable-monster hit of the new summer season, it only took four days for E.L. James' Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey As Told By Christian to ring up sales of more than 1.1 million copies in trade paperback, eBook, and audio editions. "This is an astonishing number of books to sell over a weekend and speaks to the engagement and passion readers have for the Fifty Shades books," Anne Messitte, publisher of Vintage Anchor, said… »
Stars: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Luke Grimes, Jennifer Ehle, Eloise Mumford, Victor Rasuk, Marcia Gay Harden, Max Martini, Callum Keith Rennie | Written by Kelly Marcel | Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson
When “innocent” Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) finds herself interviewing handsome billionaire business man Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) an obvious attraction is shared and sparks fly. Instead of being in a traditional relationship though Anastasia finds herself with a contract that sees her agreeing to become submissive to Grey, and so the negotiations begin.
One thing I asked myself with Fifty Shades of Grey was if I was watching a parody of romance films, but then convinced myself that no this was not the case. The problem with the relationship between Anastasia and Christian isn’t his fetish, but the words that come out of his mouth, and hers. The one dimensional characters come out with lines that just aren’t needed in a movie, »
- Paul Metcalf
Fifty times the pleasure and the pain! On Thursday, June 18, Fifty Shades of Grey author E L James released her latest novel, Grey, a take on her first bestselling erotic novel. Told through the eyes of Bdsm-obsessed male lead Christian Grey, the spinoff delves deeper into his kinky fantasies, stalker tendencies, and whirlwind, er, romance with the naive Anastasia Steele. Us Weekly tore through the 557-page book and ranked the most cringeworthy moments, from creepy come-ons to "Wtf, did he just say that?!" Check them out below, [...] »
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Yikes. "Fifty Shades of Grey" author E.L. James just released her new book, "Grey," telling the story from Christian Grey's perspective. To say it was not well-received by critics would be an understatement, but it would also fail to mention the best part: The reviews are hilarious. That sound you hear is another critic cracking his or her (usually her) knuckles in preparation of a new online takedown. They are having too much fun with these scathing reviews, but so be it. The fans will read it no matter what, the haters love to hate no matter what, and two more movies are coming out in the "Fifty Shades" franchise no matter what. So ... no harm, no foul?
Entertainment Weekly compiled a list of not-so-friendly "Grey" reviews. Perhaps the best is the Telegraph of the U.K.'s critique, titled, "'Mr Darcy with nipple clamps': Bryony Gordon reviews El James's »
- Gina Carbone
Today is a monumental day in our nation's literary history. Grey, the much-anticipated follow-up to the Fifty Shades of Grey series, is officially available to the public. The reading masses have been clamoring to get their hands on a copy of the novel, which tells the story of Christian and Ana's courtship from Christian's perspective, but not quite for the reason that you might think. It's plausible that some legitimate fans of E.L. James exist, but it seems that most people simply want to give the novel a good long hate-read. And hate-read they did. Horrified readers everywhere were so disturbed by the content (or, more accurately, the writing) of Grey that they felt »
Christian Grey is telling his side of the story in the newly released follow up to E.L. James’ popular Fifty Shades of Grey series, titled Grey. Grey: What We Learned About Christian Grey Grey is a retelling of the events of Fifty Shades of Grey, this time from Christian Grey’s point of view – released […]
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- Olivia Truffaut-Wong
From Zoolander 2 to 23 Jump Street, with 100s in-between. Here's our rundown of the assorted movie sequels in the works...
Think Hollywood is bereft of original ideas? You just might after this. Here's our look at the assorted movie sequels currently in the works. Since we last did a list like this, we've dropped films that seem to have died a death - Wanted 2, Spring Breakers 2 - but we'll keep this rundown up to date over the coming month.
Without further ado...
23 Jump Street
Sony is pressing ahead with a third Jump Street movie, as well as a possible Jump Street vs Men In Black film, and a female-headlined spin-off. For 23 Jump Street specifically, Rodney Rothman is back and working on the script (he wrote the second one). It's unclear yet if Chris Miller and Phil Lord can find breathing space in their schedule to direct. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are both expected back, »
Upping the ante! E L James released her latest book on Thursday, June 18, debuting a Fifty Shades of Grey novel told from male lead Christian Grey's standpoint, titled simply, Grey. Fans and readers whipped through the erotic fiction in the early hours of Thursday morning, creating instant buzz about the Bdsm story. Early takes on Grey mark the book as even raunchier and more boundary-pushing than the predecessors Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Freed. James, 52, chose the June 18 release date [...] »
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