Five Things You Didn’t Know From the Fifty Shades of Grey Movie

January 25th, 2015

The controversial Fifty Shades of Grey became a phenomenal book hit. When it hit the big screens, its avid readers and new fans wanted a sequel to the big screen. But whether you’re already a big fan of the book or the movie, here are five facts from the movie that you probably didn’t know.

  1. Dakota Johnson Isn’t New To the Big Stage

When she debuted as Anastasia Steele in the first movie, Dakota Johnson was fresh to viewers. She became known for her explicit role. However, being the daughter of celebrities Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith. Melanie Griffith had remarried Antonio Banderas, which is actually her stepdad now.

  1. Fifty Shades of Grey was Originally a Fan Fiction of Twilight

E.L. James, the author of Fifty Shades of Grey, originally used Twilight Characters Edward and Bella. Then she changed the name to Anastasia and Christian, who had been based on the name of Twilight’s author and her husband. Meanwhile, Italian real estate mogul Alessandro Proto, who is a man the author knows, thought the book was based on him, minus the more explicit parts.

  1. James Dornan is a Veteran of Sexually-Charged Movies

Fifty Shades of Grey has made its fan-base swirl with its sexually-charged scenes. However, James Dornan, who has played the charismatic and sexy Christian Grey, is not new to sex scenes. Dornan once played the Sheriff in Once Upon a Time where he had some sex scenes.

     4. The Damson Dene Hotel Does Not Have Bibles in the Drawer

UK’s Damson Dene Hotel once planned to put Fifty Shades of Grey in every drawer in its hotel. However, it gained negative feedback from the United States. Meanwhile, UK nationals and other guests haven’t complained about it.

     5. Pop Star Olly Murs Thinks Its His Life Story

According to Olly Murs, he had found very many startling similarities in his own pop star life with the book.


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25 Movie Scenes That You Won’t Believe Were Improvised

August 13th, 2012

We’ve all grown to love movies. Movies often compelled, inspired and pushed us to believe or do things that we don’t actually believe we could have done. Like many critics always say, movies reflect the general culture and belief of society. Sometimes, movies make a critique or try to change the belief of a society, as much as any literary form or art would like to do. While the Colorado shooting in Batman  is a negative connotation to this particular statement, it still proves that movies are compelling.

What is more inspiring in movies is that the actors show more emotion especially when they improvise. Did you know that good films are often made from improvised dialogues? Sometimes they even forced the directors and producers to change a large part of the script to just fit in the said statement. Here are a few magical movie moments that were off the records and came straight from the mouths of the actors themselves.

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