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Watch: Get It On With The First Trailer For 'Fifty Shades Of Grey'

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • July 24, 2014 8:27 AM
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Fifty Shades Of Grey
It's like the metaphorical third date today for "Fifty Shades Of Grey" fans. The erotic bestseller is gearing up to hit a multiplex near you, and the first trailer has arrived today to give everyone a peek under the sheets (sorry) at what Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele will be getting up to. And recently, Jamie Dornan shared some his preparation in playing the billionaire who sets his eye on a literature student.

Dakota Johnson Latest Contender To Get Tied Up In 'Fifty Shades Of Grey'

  • By Drew Taylor
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  • August 20, 2013 9:32 PM
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Casting rumors for "Fifty Shades of Grey," Universal's adaptation of the surprise literary smash that started out life as online "Twilight" fan fiction, have been swirling since the rights were snapped up last year. Initial contenders Emma Watson and Elizabeth Olsen downplayed rumors before being ruled out entirely, and speculation about Kristen Stewart and Keira Knightley proving just as baseless. But with Sam Taylor-Wood officially onboard to direct, a cast needs to be established quickly, with a release date less than a year away. The latest actress who could be up for the role: Dakota Johnson, who starred in small, buzzy roles in both "21 Jump Street" and "The Social Network" before anchoring a short-lived Fox sitcom called "Ben and Kate," at least according to The Wrap.

Watch: Michel Gondry's Multi-Screen Vid For Living Sisters' & R.E.M's "Uberlin" With Aaron Johnson

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • March 7, 2011 5:27 AM
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James Franco, Albert Maysles, Lance Bangs & More Tapped To Direct Videos For R.E.M.While "The Green Hornet" was a forgettable comic book movie marred by more than a few problems, director Michel Gondry did get to sneak in some of his distinctive style from time-to-time including an ambitious split screen sequence, one of the few highlights of the film. But overall, it was a Gondry film in name only. Well, for those seeking the wickedly lo-fi creativity of the director that put him on the map, look no further than the latest video for The Living Sisters (via Wired). Helmed by Gondry, the triple split screen video is a charming tale about the birth of a baby that features earthquakes, fires, bikers and enough no-budget effects for ten videos. It's winning, warming and a reminder of how good Gondry can be.

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