Fans of the “Fifty Shades” series may just eagerly be awaiting the release of the second installment, probably in the hopes that “Fifty Shades Darker” will surpass their expectations.
Naturally, fans are often fishing for any information they can get about their favorite stars, and this time around it has come to light that Jamie Dornan wasn’t comfortable with shooting the sex scenes in the red room of pain.
The handsome star shared with US Weekly, “Some of the Red Room stuff was uncomfortable. There were times when Dakota was not wearing much, and I had to do stuff to her that I’d never choose to do to a woman.”
Dakota Johnson had also admitted to Time there is nothing sexy while performing the sex scenes.
“Filming a sex scene is not a sensual or pleasurable environment. It’s really hot—not in a steamy, sexual way. It’s just sweaty and it’s not very comfortable. And on top of that, my hands and legs were tied, and I was blindfolded, and I was being hit with this bizarre tool.”
Both the stars speak on the same lines and had hoped that the scenes in question from the first movie would be well received. “Fifty Shades of Grey” director Sam Taylor-Johnson as well as E.L. James and the crew were hard at work to ensure just that and deliver what the fans wanted.
However, the creative differences between Johnson and E.L. James were an issue and the director had opened up about it to Vanity Fair.
She said, “I kept trying to remind myself that they hired me for a reason. Some people said to me, ‘I’m surprised you haven’t quit.’ I was like, ‘Why would you think I’d quit?’ I never quit anything. Not without a fight.”
She admits of James, “We battled all the way through. She’d say the same. There were tough times and revelatory times. There were sparring contests. It was definitely not an easy process, but that doesn’t mean to say that it didn’t come out the right way.”
For those not in the know, Johnson is not a part of the “Fifty Shades Darker” anymore and the role of the director has been taken on by James Foley.
It will be quite interesting to see how “Fifty Shades Darker” turns out and whether it will please or disappoint the fans.