Fifty Shades Of Grey Director Wants Out From Making The Movie Sequel.

Fifty Shades Of Grey Sam Taylor-Johnson
Despite box office records breaking success, Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson Wood is said to want to get out of making the next two follow up films.





This comes after rumours of toxic clashes between Sam and the book's writer, E.L. James about the making of the movie.


A source told The Sun: “Sam won’t be back for the Fifty Shades sequels. She wants out and Universal knows that’s the right decision.

“Her relationship with Erika has become absolutely toxic – they despise each other and blame each other for the problems with the film.”

The source continued: “All the biggest arguments were about the sex scenes in the film.

“Erica wanted the movie to be loyal to the book and much more explicit.

“But Sam pushed back because she wanted the movie to be more than just a collection of S&M scenes.”

“That made life on set completely impossible for Sam,”the source added.

“Directors usually have the ultimate control over what goes on in a movie, but in this case Erica was questioning literally the most minor things.

“She was able to have the final say over the cast, the costumes and, crucially, the script.

“They’re both very powerful and assured women so there was clash after clash after clash."


In an interview with Porter Magazine, Sam admitted having argument on set with E L James over some scenes during the making of the movie.

“It was difficult I’m not going to lie,” Sam told Porter magazine. “We definitely fought but they were creative fights and we would resolve them.

“We would have proper on-set barneys, and I’m not confrontational, but it was about finding a way between the two of us, satisfying her vision of what she’d written as well as my need to visualise this person on screen but, you know we got there.”

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