May 17, 2016 09:50 AM EDT
‘Fifty Shade Darker’ Spoiler, Cast: ‘Teen Wolf’ Tyler Hoechlin to Have Moments in Ana’s Plotline?
"Fifty Shade Darker" spoiler reveals new casts to play alongside Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele.
One of the recently interviewed 'new member' is Tyler Hoechlin that will be playing as Boyce Fox. Hoechlin is famous for his appearance in 'Teen Wolf' series and he reveals a little information on his character in "Fifty Shade Darker".
Boyce Fox is Anastasia Steele's (Dakota Johnson) favorite author but before the first Seattle Independent Publishing meeting starts, a ransom call by former boss makes her cancel it. In the books, Boyce Fox has been mentioned briefly but does not make an appearance in E. L. James' books. In the movie, it seems that Hoechlin's role as an author at the SIP Publishing company, will appear a few times in Ana's plotline.
In "Fifty Shades Darker", Mr. Grey has a fight with Jack Hyde, played by newcomer Eric Johnson, and causes him to lose control over the chopper that crashes down.
The movie plotline has been highly anticipated by the fans since this will be the battle between jealous Grey and Hyde. Rumor has it that Ana hates her boss' controlling nature and when Hyde tries to make her work extra hours, Grey eventually fired him, Melty reported. Compared to the book's narrative, Grey's missing after flying his chopper has not given a clue about the sabotage and only explains to girlfriend that the aircraft experiences engines failure.
Another rumor on "Fifty Shades Darker" plot includes Ana finding out if she is pregnant right when she schedules first meeting with Fox and receives threatening call from Hyde.
"Fifty Shades Darker" newcomers include Kim Basinger, Bella Heathcote, Hugh Dancy, and Eric Johnson. The movie directed by James Foley, is currently at the production phase, Entertainment Weekly claimed.
The movie "Fifty Shades Darker" premiers on Feb. 10, 2017. James Foley will also be directing Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan in the third installment, "Fifty Shades Freed".
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