After the super success of Fifty Shades Of Grey with Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson as lead cast, fans of the BDSM themed movie are eagerly waiting for the sequel, Fifty Shades Darker.
Universal Pictures is yet to declare the franchise's next official sequel but producer Dana Brunetti dropped huge hints about the upcoming sequel based on the EL James erotica novel of the same name.
"James hasn't been back to the States from her home in London yet. I haven't been into the studio yet. We've sent some emails back and forth and were basically like, "OK, we're just going to figure out when everyone can get together and meet," Brunetti told Hollywood Reporter.
However, Brunetti, did not speak much about the much talked about clash between the movie's director Sam Taylor Johnson and the author of the 2011 bestseller. The movie producer also remained mum about Taylor Johnson directing the next movie.
"This got blown out of proportion because anything with Fifty Shades in the headline got attention. Big whoop. There's disagreements every f—ing day, every setup, every shot. The press just ran with this and blew it into a much bigger issue than it ever was."
After the blockbuster success of Fifty Shades Of Grey, rumours were high that the lead star cast of the movie, want a steep salary hike of $40m for the sequel.
However, Brunetti did not seem to entertain the demand and said it is important to work with a price reduction if you want to stay in a certain good thing.
"I'm not going to cry for anybody who wants to be in this business just because a thing they were involved in did very well and they didn't get paid [a lot]. That's not the deal that you made. If it was, I'd have more than a couple Ferraris because all the money my films have made."
Dornan and Johnson were reportedly paid only $250,000 each for Fifty Shades. The sequels to the BDSM novel include Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed and fans are eagerly waiting for the official announcement of the second movie.