‘fifty Shades’ Film Release Delayed To 2015Fans of the book “Fifty Shades of Grey” are in for a disappointment as the big screen adaptation of the book is said to have been delayed to 2015.
Initially, the “Fifty Shades” film was supposed to be released on August 2014 but Universal Pictures, the studio making the film, said on Wednesday that it will now hit cinemas on February 13, 2014.
Universal was mum on the reason for the delay.
Rumors that there may be a delay, or at least a more hectic production schedule, started spreading when Charlie Hunnam, the actor cast as Christian Grey for the film relinquished the role on October 24.
Irish actor and model Jamie Dornan has replaced the Son’s of Anarchy star and will be starring alongside Dakota Johnson in the film.
The first book in the “Fifty Shades” trilogy is about how a rich and enigmatic businessman, with a proclivity for bondage, dominance, sadism and masochism (BDSM) sexual practices, develops a relationship with a college student.
The trilogy has been dubbed “mommy porn” by critics.