Sunday, January 14, 2018

COULD #METOO MARK THE END OF BIG SCREEN SEX?

Fifty Shades Freed poster
 Fans of on-screen erotica had better make the most of the tawdry Fifty Shades Freed, featuring the exploits of S and M couple Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey when it is released because it could mark the end of studio-financed sex-fuelled films.

The #MeToo movement has led several studios and production companies to hurriedly ditch steamy projects in the works in favour of more family-friendly fare. 

  Some of the projects originally planned but won't be making it to the big screen any time soon are:
the Hugh Hefner biopic which was to be directed by the now-disgraced Brett Ratner; a James Franco-produced stripper/prostitute travelogue called Zola Tells All, complete with a 15-year-old Russian prostitute; Maestra, which features a heroine with a penchant for X-rated sex and Calendar Girl about woman who becomes a high-priced escort to pay off her father's gambling debts.


with Dakota Johnson
  And the remake of A Star Is Born, to be directed by Bradley Cooper, is being rewritten to be much more chaste than originally intended.

  Oh, if anyone's interested, without giving away any secrets, Fifty Shades Freed features a happy ending for the kinky couple, played by Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan.



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