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Copies of the eagerly anticipated film Fifty Shades Of Grey are being guarded like the Crown Jewels. Only the director, studio chiefs and censors have seen it.
‘The security is tighter than on any other film made in Hollywood,’ director Sam Taylor-Johnson told me after she spent a whopping ten months editing the movie, completing it only on Wednesday of last week.
‘Ordinarily, I would have screened it for people by now, but I’m not allowed to. I haven’t even been allowed a ‘friends and family’ screening. The studio’s frightened someone will tweet, or put something about it on Facebook,’ explained the British film-maker and artist.
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Copies of the Fifty Shades if Grey film starring Dakota Johnson, pictured left, and Jamie Dornan, pictured right, are being guarded like the Crown Jewels
The film’s stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson have been talking about it, but they’re being watched carefully. Ms Johnson gave one interview and two ‘minders’ stayed in the room with her the whole time, monitoring every word. Meanwhile, Mr Dornan is trying not to think about what fans of E. L. James’s novels will do to him should they disapprove of his depiction of bondage billionaire Christian Grey.
Fifty Shades of Grey is set to premier at the Berlin Film Festival next month, ahead of its release on February 13
‘I should stop worrying,’ he sighed when we chatted at the popular BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills.
‘What can they do? Lock me in the red room of pain?’ the actor said, referring to Grey’s secret boudoir where various acts of discipline, dominance, submission, sadism and masochism take place. I think they were referred to, euphemistically, as ‘Christian’s predilection’ in the books.
Not long to wait now for the kinky shenanigans. The film premieres at the Berlin Film Festival next month and is being whipped out for release on February 13.
Let’s hope it’s worth the pain.
Keira Knightley will make her Broadway debut just three months after giving birth to her first child
Keira’s baby will be waiting in the wings
Keira Knightley said she will still make her Broadway debut in an adaptation of Emile Zola’s Therese Raquin, three months after her baby is born.
‘There’s no change, as far as I know,’ said the actress, who received an Oscar nomination yesterday for her part as a brilliant codebreaker in The Imitation Game.
Then she laughed and added: ‘The performance might even be better because after the baby I’ll probably be moody and cry a lot and some of that’s perfect for the part, isn’t it?’
Seriously, though, she said she was looking forward to doing the play, which previews at the Roundabout Theatre in New York in September. The baby, Keira added, will be nearby; in the wings or in a dressing room, with a grandparent or Keira’s husband James Righton, from the rock group Klaxons.
In fact, the first time I met Keira she was in a crib in the wings while her mother, Sharman Macdonald, worked on a play.
Keira and James, along with Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, have been the jolliest people to be around during awards season.
Watch out for…
Dominic West, (right)who is in discussions about the possibility of appearing in a production of Harley Granville Barker’s great political play Waste, at the National Theatre in the autumn.
If the production goes ahead, it will be directed by Roger Michell.
It’s about a campaigning MP who gets caught up in a scandal. West, who appeared in the film Pride, which was up for a Golden Globe, also stars — with Ruth Wilson — in The Affair, which did pick up a Golden Globe; as did Ms Wilson.
Miles Teller, who is excellent in director/writer Damien Chazelle’s superb movie Whiplash, which got five Oscar nominations for Sony Classics yesterday.
Teller plays a drummer in a university band who clashes with a demonic teacher.
Teller and Chazelle are collaborating again later in the year on a movie musical called La La Land.
Emma Watson was interested in doing it, too, but it may clash with another of her films.
I was thinking that the large number of independent films in the Oscar race is probably down to Harvey Weinstein, who started pushing his indy films 20 years ago.
Outer Space To Top Gun
Oscar-winning star Anne Hathaway is about to win her wings. She will play a top-gun F16 pilot in a play.
The 32-year-old actress is in final negotiations to appear in a one-woman stage drama about a hotshot fighter pilot who takes part in airstrikes in the Middle East.
Agreements are expected to be completed next week regarding Hathaway appearing in George Brant’s striking monologue Grounded at New York’s Public Theatre this spring.
The production will be directed and designed by award-winning Julie Taymor — who directed the mammoth hit musical The Lion King, the less successful Broadway show Spiderman, and an exciting version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Grounded won a Fringe First award at the Edinburgh Festival and took off at Notting Hill’s Gate Theatre, where it enjoyed an extended run. That iteration has been touring the UK and heads to Sheffield’s Crucible next week.
In New York, Grounded played a short run at a theatre downtown in Tribeca a year ago.
The heart of the piece concerns the unnamed pilot’s fall to earth after she becomes pregnant. Once her baby’s born, she’s reassigned to a mind-numbing job, controlling Predator drones, with a joystick, from a trailer in a US Air Force base in Las Vegas. The change takes an intolerable toll on her family life.
Hathaway and Taymor are also in talks about making a film version of Brant’s drone warfare drama. When I spoke to the actress in LA she said she could not discuss whether or not she would be doing a play.
However, I understand she’ll be in New York next week to work on final terms.
Hathaway and husband Adam Shulman worked together on a new independent film called Song One, shown at last year’s Sundance Film Festival.
The picture, on which Adam was a producer, is directed by Kate Barker-Froyland and centres on an archaeologist (Anne) who embarks on a romance with a musician against a backdrop of family tragedy.
She was last seen on screen in the blockbuster Interstellar.
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