How does the Red Room of the “Fifty Shades Darker” movie look like? Is it something that would really awaken the sexual drive of viewers if they see the hot scenes of lead stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson? Will it look scary instead?
Several fans might have been wondering about this highly-controversial nook where the main cast members, who portray the role of lovers Christian Grey and Anastasia “Ana” Steele, film their steamy sex scenes.
Considering that the movie’s predecessor, the “Fifty Shades of Grey,” featured some props used by the leading man whenever they were doing rowdy bed scenes, some fans could have been thinking that the “Fifty Shades Darker” Red Room surely has the same stuff as well.
In her Instagram account, British novelist and author of the “Fifty Shades” trilogy E.L. James teased about the feel of the widely-talked about the Vancouver room where sex scenes were already filmed last June 29 and July, according to Melty.
In one of the shared “cheeky” photos, bats and small paddles were seen hanging on a red wall, while rolled ropes were placed below them.
Of course, fans already have an idea of how these things play a role while Jamie Dornan’s Christian and Dakota Johnson’s Ana are trying to express their love for each other in “Fifty Shades Darker.”
However, for those who are not yet privy of how the ropes are being used, the 53-year-old revealed in another post the tying techniques of the well-loved Mr. Grey.
Amid this revelation about the “Fifty Shades Darker” movie’s Red Room being the sex paradise of the couple, the report pointed out that the second instalment of the film will focus more on their love story rather than just presenting how they express their love.
In the meantime, Cosmopolitan got the chance to talk to Fifty Shades Girl Portland, the writer behind the “Fifty Shades Location Guides.”
When asked if she prefers the book or the movie, the blogger admitted that it is a tough one.
“After being so attached to the book, when I see scenes getting filmed that are straight out of the book, I get really excited about that,” she said.
See the entire look of the Red Room when “Fifty Shades Darker” premieres on Feb. 10, 2017.