The woman who's writing the script for the "50 Shades of Grey" movie says she's aiming for an NC-17 rating . . . quote, "It’s going to be raunchy. We are 100% going there." She also said that most, but not all, of the sex scenes from the book will be filmed.
Those "50 Shades of Grey" books are definitely aimed at women. But the movies might have something for the guys, too. Because KELLY MARCEL . . . the woman who's writing the script for the first installment . . . is aiming for an NC-17 rating. She says, quote, "It’s going to be raunchy. We are 100% going there." Sadly, not every intimate scene can be represented in a 90-minute movie. Marcel says, quote, "We did go through and decide which are our favorites and which are not. Most of them are in there, but I can’t say more than that." The Escala Condo mentioned in the book is a popular fan destination in Seattle. Many try to get in the building to take pictures or try to figure out which condo is featured in the book. The manager of the building keeps trying to share the fact that the building in the book does not exist in the real building at 4th Ave and Virginia. All residents are told to close the door behind them and allow no strangers in. email@example.com