‘Fifty Shades Darker’ May Have A New Director, Filming To Start Soon

‘Fifty Shades Darker’ May Have A New Director, Filming To Start Soon
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“Fifty Shades Darker” has lots of news coming its way. The major one is that filming is going to start soon as a new director is linked to the project.


According to a Movie Pilot report, James Foley is approached by Universal Pictures to direct “Fifty Shades Darker,” sequel of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” However, the publication has also noted that nothing has been confirmed from the franchise till date and no comments were received if Foley has accepted the offer or not. However, he seems to be the front-runner in this respect.

The first movie was directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. The director backed out due to a conflict with book author E.L. James. The movie was well-accepted by the audience.

While speculations of the director for “Fifty Shades Darker” centers on James Foley, it is also rumored that the same director will be tapped for “Fifty Shades Freed.”

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As far as filming of the movie is concerned, it will start in January. However, it is now heard that the filming will start once the new director takes the job. On the other hand, Jamie Dornan is busy spending time with his family. He just finished shooting his upcoming movie “Anthropoid” and is delaying the shooting for “Darker” for that reason.

The star is also creating headlines for the wrong reasons. According to a recent report, the star is found flirting with fans in Prague. The report stated that he kissed a girl in a bar. An eye-witness stated, “After posing for a photo with one blond, he kissed her on the cheek as she tousled his hair. He asked another girl, ‘How do you say you have beautiful eyes’ in Czech?”

While flirting and kissing in public does not mean all is not well in Jamie Dorman’s married life, speculations suggest something like that.