'Fifty Shades Darker' Release Date Cast, Trailer & News Update: ‘Fifty Shades’ Sequel To Film In Vancouver

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 13, 2016 10:55 PM EST
'Fifty Shades of Grey'

IN PHOTO: (L-R) Director of the film Sam Taylor-Johnson, cast members Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson and author E. L. James arrive for the British premiere of the movie 'Fifty Shades of Grey' in London February 12, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/Paul Hackett)

The second installment of "Fifty Shades of Grey" trilogy has been plagued with rumours and assumptions as fans are waiting for the release of "Fifty Shades Darker." Now, they all have to celebrate as it has been revealed that the next sequel is now confirmed will start rolling on Feb. 9 in Vancouver, Canada.

The next movie from E.L. James novel has a working title "Further Adventures of Max & Banks 2 & 3" as registered at the Director's Guild of Canada, according to Melty. The reason why it has following numbers, it has been said the second and third installments will be filmed one after another.

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The first film that will be made has a working title "The Adventures of Max & Banks." However, it was not disclosed why people behind the movie have to change the name of the flicks.

Furthermore, the publication added "Fifty Shades Darker" has $20 million production budget, which was quite smaller compared to "Fifty Shades of Grey," which had $40 million. The latter earned over $570 million worldwide that "Darker" needs to surpass.

Also, producers and film directors didn't reveal why the budget has been cut in half, but there are speculations it has something to do with the back-to-back filming. Universal, too, didn't say a word about who will take the roles of the new characters of Leila Williams, Jack Hyde and Mrs. Robinson.

Meanwhile, International Design Times reported the known veteran film editor Anne Coates said she thought that the movie adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey" would have a sexier plot. "I thought it could have been a little more raunchy myself," she told The Hollywood Reporter

"Creatively, it was quite interesting because they were trying to get as sexy as they could and get an R rating. So we were very delicately going around some of the scenes," she added. To recall, the 90-year-old editor has already worked with Hollywood classic films, like "Out of Sight" by Steven Soderbergh, "The Elephant Man" by David Lynch and "Lawrence of Arabia" by David Lean."

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