‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Movie ‘More Explicit’? R-21 Rating Given? [Rumors]


“Fifty Shades Darker” rumors just got hotter.

The upcoming sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey” is believed to have an R-21 Rating. Could there be more revealing and sexier scenes between Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele?

According to Yibada, director Sam Taylor Johnson aimed for an R- Rating. That might be a strong reason why some of the BDSM scenes were removed on the first installment of the erotic trilogy.

Should the next movie be more intimate and explicit, it might be given not just an R-18, but an R-21 Rating.

The site also noted that “the publication hinted that some of the scenes may be too explicit especially for the younger audience.”

“Fifty Shades Darker” is expected to be more sexual, Café Mom added. The movie will reveal how Steele accepts Grey’s vicious sexual fetishes.

“She actually enjoys the spanking and sweet torture more than she thought she would,” added the source. There will also be some “scandalous” scenes that might not make it to the movie.

However, E.L. James has a strong desire for the film to stay close to the original plot, same as what she expected on “Fifty Shades of Grey”. However, writers might find the need to keep the scenes “toned down” while keeping the love and pain affair between them to gain more viewers, the site noted.

In other news, Henry Cavill will not be playing Anastasia’s boss, Jack Hyde, in the sequel. As a matter of fact, Cavill told the USA Today he will not be part of the movie at all.

“I’m not in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey.’ I’m for real. I’m just messing with everyone,” the actor revealed, as quoted by The Mirror.

The revelation wasn’t good news for fans who were eager to see the actor on the movie franchise.

So far, no word yet on who will be taking up the role of Jack Hyde in the movie.

“Fifty Shades Darker” is scheduled to hit theaters on February 2017.

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