Set to the tune of Zayn and Taylor Swift’s I Don’t Wanna Live Forever, Universal has released a new extended trailer for their upcoming sequel, Fifty Shades Darker. The film is of course the second instalment in a trilogy of films that began in 2015 with Fifty Shades of Grey. Continue reading
After years of patiently waiting, CBS and Lionsgate have finally, finally announced the Get a Job release date for the spring this year. Anna Kendrick and Miles Teller star in the R-rated comedy, and we’ve got the first poster to share, with the duo making post-college life look good. Continue reading
Premiering to rave reviews at Sundance, Paul Weitz’s Grandma got a strong acquisition from Sony Classics, which bought the worldwide rights three days before its official bow as the festival’s Closing Night Film. Continue reading
The MPAA may have been a little shy in detailing their R rating for Fifty Shades of Grey, but the BBFC seems to be a little harder to make blush. The British rating board has given Sam Taylor-Johnson’s adaptation an 18 rating in the UK, and goes into a little more detail than the ‘unusual behavior’ described by its US counterpart.
Jamie Dornan has revealed that he won’t be going full frontal as Christian Grey. But there’s still enough sex, nudity, and plenty more, to warrant an 18 rating. And unlike in the US, where children under age can still see an R if they’re accompanied by an adult, this means that it’s 100% a no-go for anyone 17 and under. Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and the battle for the box office is going to be a very interesting one. Fox will be putting up Matthew Vaughn’s latest actioner Kingsman: The Secret Service, but something tells me that Fifty Shades of Grey is going to walk away with the top spot.
Tickets have already been selling incredibly well in advance of its arrival on both sides of the Atlantic. And to remind fans of its imminent arrival, Universal and Focus Features have launched a new Super Bowl TV spot. Continue reading