‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Update: Arielle Kebbel Joins Cast As Gia Matteo

‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Update: Arielle Kebbel Joins Cast As Gia Matteo
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Fifty Shades Freed was announced to arrive this 2018, and the movie is on the right track now that the latest update on the movie’s cast has been revealed. Arielle Kebbel has been cast to play Gia Matteo in the third installment of the Fifty Shades series.


Fifty Shades Freed will be released two years from now, but the production team is one step closer to completing the cast for Fifty Shades of Grey’s third installment. Initially, it was revealed that Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, who play key roles in the franchise, are said to reprise their roles as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Kebbel will join the cast for “Fifty Shades Freed.” She will play Gia Matteo, the architect who will be responsible for Greys’ dream home in Seattle.

Other members of the production team comprise of James Foley, set to direct. Niall Leonard is tasked to write the script along with “Fifty Shades” author’s husband as co-writer. Last but not the least, Michael De Luca, Marcus Viscidi, Dana Brunetti and EL James as the films’ producers.

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“Fifty Shades Freed,” based on the book by James, tells the story of Ana and Christian’s marriage, reports Hollywood Reporter. According to the text, the couple will have children by then.

Kebbel appeared on TV shows such as “UnREAL,” “Ballers,” “The Grinder,” and “The League.” Her acting talents were recognized in her performance in movies such as “John Tucker Must Die” and “Gilmore Girls.”

Fifty Shades Freed will be released in theaters on February 9, 2018. Prior to that, “Fifty Shades Darker” will release in theaters this February 10, 2017. Unfortunately, Arielle Kebbel will not be featured in the second installment of the franchise.