Oct 17, 2016 01:53 PM EDT
'Fifty Shades Darker' In Virtual Realtiy To Be Available Soon? Dare To Watch It? [VIDEO]
The director of "Fifty Shades Darker" James Foley wants to bring his film into virtual reality. This VR experience will be available as part of the marketing materials for "Fifty Shades Darker."
In a previous report, Foley had a chance to explain to the audience about the marketing materials at VR On The Lot. He said that there is a marketing for behind-the-scenes of "Fifty Shades Of Darker." After finishing shooting, the VR people would re-create a facsimile of the scene, Deadline reported.
Foley also added that "Fifty Shades Darker" VR experience has changed how he sees filmmaking.
"For myself, watching the material they generated expanded my brain," Foley told the audience.
Meanwhile, there are online rumors that suggest two major stars, Johnson and Dorman are at war. A rumor suggests that "How To Be Single" star, Johnson, is not thrilled with her co-star.
There are also speculations that the premiere night of "Fifty Shades Darker" may fail because the two are not in good terms. Despite series of rumors, none of them are proven true.
What to expect on "Fifty Shades Darker"?
Marcia Gay Haden, an actress who portrayed the role of Dr. Grace Trevelyan Grey, the mother of Christian Grey, revealed there will be a confrontation between her character and Mrs. Robinsons during an interview with Access Hollywood. Mrs. Robinsons will be portrayed by "8 Mile" actress, Kim Basinger.
As the premiere date of "Fifty Shades Darker" looming closer, there are lots of leaked photos surfaced online. In a leaked photo, Christian and Anastasia walk around the dock. Anastasia is holding her shoes in one hand, and other held by Christian.
Dakota portrayed the role of Anastasia Steele and Dornas as Christian Grey. Both stars reprised their roles. "Fifty Shades Darker" release date is set for Feb. 14, 2017. This is the sequel to "Fifty Shades of Grey."
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