‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Movie: Jamie Dornan to ‘Show More’ Skin?


In the past months, there were a lot of rumours and speculations on the second movie installment of the “Fifty Shades” trilogy. Despite claims that actor Jamie Dornan caused the delay of filming “Fifty Shades Darker,” Jamie revealed his excitement to reprise his role as Christian Grey.

Speaking to People Magazine, Jamie Dornan said that he’s excited to be back on the much-awaited sequel.

“I’m looking forward to embodying Christian again – and getting a chance to show more of him,” Jamie told the site.

Earlier this month, actress Dakota Johnson (who plays the role of Anastasia Steele) admitted that she has no problems in doing more “extreme” sex scenes on the film.

“I don’t have any problem doing anything. The secret is I have no shame. I think there’s a part of a woman that wants to be the thing that breaks a man down,” Dakota said.

According to Movie Pilot, both Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson seemed to tease something about the upcoming film. The site mentioned that Jamie could be hinting “a little more risque” for “Fifty Shades Darker.” Moreover, it could also be an indication that the film will be “slightly more NSFW.”

In October, former “Fifty Shades of Grey” writer Kelly Marcel was reported to be working on a Disney movie. According to Kelly, she was disappointed on how things turned out to be in the “Grey” film. She revealed that she felt pain while watching the movie because it was different from what she originally wrote. Instead of the “NC-17” rating, the film got a less restrictive “R” rating.

Maybe the production has learned their lesson from losing Kelly?

Should the upcoming film be more explicit than the first, Movie Pilot mentioned that it wouldn’t be the first film to further push its boundaries. For instance, “The Dark Knight” had more violent scenes but it still got a positive reception “both critically and commercially.”

Moreover, Movie Pilot wrote that “Fifty Shades Darker” must find its own identity. The site mentioned that the second installment must decide if the movie would lean towards being romantic or erotic.

Do you think “Fifty Shades Darker” will stay true to its title as a “darker” sequel? Will fans see Jamie in his full frontal act?

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