Fifty Shades Of Grey Movie Won’t Be Too Kinky – Writer Fears Grandmother’s Opinion!

Fifty Shades Of Grey Movie Won’t Be Too Kinky – Writer Fears Grandmother’s Opinion!

Readers of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy are ready to queue up for the midnight showing of the upcoming movie. Despite Universal Studio being totally mum on pre-production status, including casting, the rumor mill is turning and we’ve got a pretty good idea of what to expect. Most in cyberspace agree that it’s Ian Somerhalder as Christian Grey or bust, while the role of Anastasia Steele is still up for grabs among fans. We love Analeigh Tipton or Nina Dobrev as potentials, but nothing will be official for a while!

Fortunately, tidbits from interviews are keeping our obsession abated, and the news from adapter Kelly Marcel that the film would warrant an NC-17 rating for content had us through the roof. Sadly, she then backtracked and said ratings are out of her hands, and to basically erase her past comments from our minds. No matter, her Twitter account is a treasure trove of information, and, though it took a few weeks, we’ve put two and two together and are a bit worried that the film will be on the tame end of BDSM cinema.

In a fun quip with book writer E L James, Kelly joked that she’s “tucked away in the shed doing [James’] bidding mistress!” Obviously a nod to her hard work regarding the film script adaptation. “Good,” James replied. “I won’t have to get the riding crop out then.” Kelly responded quickly: “ha! You know I’m more of a paddle girl.”  It’s rare to get such an inside look at the relationship between book writer and screen writer, but there you have it! Kelly, however, realized the public nature of what she’d said, and joked with a second friend, “I’m thrilled that my grandmother is going to read that ‘I’m not averse to a bit of spanking.’”

Which poses the question: Is Kelly writing the adaptation with grandmothers across the world in mind? Surely there is no way they can take a book that is so carnal and turn it into a romantic comedy—the sort that three generations of women would see together on a girls’ afternoon out . . . right? We hope this is all Twitter banter, and that Kelly is using her thesaurus to expand on the words “aroused” and “climax.” Would the studio even green light a PG-13 script? What level of heat do you expect or want from the film?

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  • 50shadesfan

    This is a book trilogy for adults, and that’s how the movie should be. I’d be very disappointed if they went with an R rating. Making this series a movie in general is already going to be tough to please us big fans, and since it’s already a done deal it at least needs to have the proper rating – NC17. No one under 18 needs to be seeing this movie anyway. I just hope to God they do it right. I may not see it otherwise because the movie I played in my head whilst reading will be much better than a theatre version with an R rating.

  • anniepaige83

    Why would they even entertain the thought of making this erotic series a movie if they couldn’t or won’t give it the rating it deserves? Doesn’t make sense. It needs to be NC17.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=547940103 Whitney Danielle Pyant

    Universal Studios knows that this movies needs an NC-17. This is an adult book not teenage book like Twilight.

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