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Fifty Shades of Grey

125 min
Drama | Romance
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Sam Taylor-Johnson
Country: USA
Release Date: 2015-02-13
Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Budget: $40,000,000
Opening Weekend: $94,395,000 (USA) (15 February 2015)
Gross: $129,161,540 (USA) (22 February 2015)
Dakota Johnson
Dakota Johnson
Fifty Shades of Grey
Jamie Dornan
Jamie Dornan
Fifty Shades of Grey
Jennifer Ehle
Eloise Mumford
Victor Rasuk
Luke Grimes
Elliot Grey
Marcia Gay Harden
Mrs. Grey
Rita Ora
Mia Grey
Max Martini
Callum Keith Rennie
Andrew Airlie
Mr. Grey
Dylan Neal
Elliat Albrecht
Rachel Skarsten
Emily Fonda
Anthony Konechny
Paul Clayton
Bruce Dawson
Mr. Clayton
Tom Butler
WSU University President
Christine Willes
WSU Grad Speaker / Reader
Chris Shields
WSU Professor
Anna Louise Sargeant
Female Grad
Megan Danso
Female Grad
Jason Cermak
Graduation Photographer
Brent McLaren
Computer Technician
Steven Cree Molison
Glider Tow Pilot
Elise Gatien
Young Woman at Bar
Reese Alexander
Elevator Businessman
David Orth
Savannah Hotel Waiter
Julia Dominczak
Pigtailed Blonde Server
Alan Chimes
Workman (uncredited)
Peter Dwerryhouse
Airport Limo Driver (uncredited)
Chad Fortin
Graduate (uncredited)
Jordan Gardiner
Graduate (uncredited)
Matthew Hoglie
Graduate (uncredited)
Raj Lal
Elevator Businessman (uncredited)
Ann Wu-Lai Parry
Server (uncredited)
Kirt Purdy
Talkative Customer (uncredited)
John Specogna
Businessman (uncredited)
Jason Verner
Server / Graduate (uncredited)
Jo Wilson
Barista (uncredited)
Did you know?
The final screen test for Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan included them re-enacting the first and last chapters of the book.
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Considered to be the second major motion picture based on fan-fiction. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (2013) was the first.
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The initial audition for the role of Anastasia Steele included reading a monologue from Ingmar Bergman's film, Persona (1966). The monologue was utilized to see if the actress could maturely and comfortably handle the film's subject matter.
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The Audi R8 used to transport Ana is black in one scene and upon arrival at the destination it has changed to gun metal grey.
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During the contract negotiation, Anastasia has all of her hair resting on her back. When Christian points out that she is pressing her thighs together, you can see a little bit of her hair and it is all pulled to one side in front of her shoulder. When the scene cuts back to Anastasia, her hair is behind her again and she doesn't pull it to the side until moments later.
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When Christian calls Ana when her cell phone is set to vibrate only, the ring tone heard by Christian, as the caller, is a cell phone ring tone and not the regular tone one would hear when initiating a phone call.
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Kate Kavanagh: Thanks again for doing this, Mr. Grey.
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Anastasia Steele: I've fallen in love with you.
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Anastasia Steele: Say I did stay. What would happen?
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Why is the BDSM community critical of Fifty Shades?
In short: they feel Christian Grey is not representative of a BDSM practitioner, feeding negative stereotypes.BDSM practitioners are fighting prejudice and misconceptions from the general public, just like for instance gay / lesbian / transsexual people have been for a long time. The stigma from the public of living in an unconventional relationship is causing distress and harm. Practitioners are being called "sickos" and other such demeaning, unjust labels.The main reason for this stigma is lack of awareness among the general public what the practice is all about. And a big source of that lack of awareness is that popular culture very rarely portrays characters engaged in the practice, least of all healthy BDSM relationships.So when Fifty Shades breaks finally through this barrier and becomes popular culture, BDSM practitioners are distressed to see that the main character...* is portrayed as severely emotionally dysfunctional* engages in some questionable behavior that might be considered abuse* eventually gives up on the BDSM practice when he has been "cured" of his dysfunctionThey feel this feeds into the negative sterotypes about BDSM and as such they are critical of this series and its portrayal of people in the practice.It is interesting to note that this upset mirrors the upset that followed the movie Basic Instinct in 1992; when lesbian characters were finally shown in a popular culture hit, they were portrayed as murderers. This caused the lesbian community to criticize that movie.
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Photos from cast
Dakota Johnson Anne Marie DeLuise Jamie Dornan
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