Fifty Shades Darker



IF YOU HAPPENED to catch last year’s Fifty Shades of Grey by accident, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was a documentary about the mating rituals of two pieces of semi-horny driftwood. But even though the sex haustingly dull big-screen adaptation of E.L. James’ best-selling book series was meh’d by critics—and despite the fact that costars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan looked as though they’d rather snort live yellow-jackets than work together again—the movie made more than half a billion dollars worldwide, meaning a sequel was bound to come.

So! Here’s your trailer for Fifty Shades Darker, the adaptation of the  second book in James’ Shades trilogy, and a movie that apparently features lots of heated glances. In fact, there’s so much looky-looing in this trailer, they could have named it Fifty Shades 2: I’ll Take the Stares. Anastasia Steele (Johnson) stares lovingly, and then somewhat accusingly, at her ex(?)-beau, the smolder-smirking Christian Grey (Dornan). Meanwhile, Christian stares not only at Johnson, but also at the mysterious Elena Lincoln (Kim Basinger)—who, in return, stares at him from behind a masquerade-ball mask. There’s also some fireworks, a sopping-wet make-out session, and lots of vague, foreboding dialogue, like, “No rules, no punishments, and no more secrets,” which was also a rejected tagline for Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Double Team.

Darker, which is directed by series newcomer James Foley (Fear,Glengarry Glen Ross), continues the unprecedented, boundary-breaking trajectory that James’ stories have enjoyed since 2009, when the first Shades installment was published as a piece ofTwilight fan fiction. After subsequent entries got a favorable online response, James reworked the titles into what would become the Fifty Shades series—first as ebooks and print-on-demand titles, then as a chart-topping paperback series (even though many privacy-minded thrill-seekers opted to check it on their Kindles). Now, it’s evolved into a line of sex toys, an accidental meme-spawner, and, finally, a major movie franchise—albeit one that will need to up the thrills a bit in order to appeal beyond the books’ loyal fan base. Will newbies get in to Fifty Shades Darker? We’ll find out when it opens on Feb. 10, 2017.



Posted Date:- November 20, 2016

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