The notoriety of Fifty Shades of Grey is paying off for Jamie Dornan – he’s been cast as the lead in The 9th Life of Louis Drax, the psychological thriller that marks the return of Miramax to the active production of new films. Based on the best-selling novel by Liz Jensen, the story begins on […]
Though Jamie Dornan will soon be seen taking care of business and (literally) cracking the whip as a young entrepreneur with an exceptionally active social life over at Fifty Shades of Grey, he’s signed up for a bit of a fictional career change as he joins the cast of Alexandre Aja‘s The Ninth Life of Louis Drax. Show More Summary
'Fifty Shades of Grey' star Jamie Dornan will star in 'The 9th Life of Louis Drax', which follows a doctor examining a young boy's near-fatal accident. [...]
Jamie Dornan‘s career is totally hot – he just landed a new role in the upcoming Miramax thriller The 9th Life of Louis Drax. The 32-year-old Fifty Shades of Grey actor will play Dr. Allan Pascal, who is drawn into a thrilling mystery after 9-year-old Louis Drax suffers a near-fatal fall, The Wrap reports. This [...]
Miramax announced today the production of the psychological thriller The 9th Life of Louis Drax and has cast Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey) to star in the film with Alexandre Aja (Horns, The Hills Have Eyes, High Tension) to direct.
Miramax has tapped French director Alexandre Aja (Horns, The Hills Have Eyes, High Tension) to direct psychological thriller The 9th Life of Louis Drax, with Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan in the lead role. The adaptation of Liz Jensen's bestselling novel follows young Louis Drax, who suffers a near-fatal fall on his ninth birthday. Show More Summary
The sexy Brit teaches VH1's resident superfan how to pose, and spills on what it's like to work with J.Lo as well as why he turned down Fifty Shades of Grey.
Ladies, get out your floggers, clamps, ticklers, and whips. No, you are not starring in an S&M film - you are putting together a 50 Shades of Grey costume! As Anastasia Steele, you will need to be shy, yet sexy, in all the boudoir clothing Mr. Show More Summary
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The authors of a recent study published in the Journal of Women's Health claimed that women who read Fifty Shades of Grey are likelier to be abused by their partners and likelier to be abused by themselves—likelier to binge drink, develop eating disorders, and engage in risky sexual practices. Show More Summary
Fifty Shades Of Grey is coming, and we couldn't be more eXXXcited for those steamy book scenes to come to life! But is it going to be the sexiest movie of all time? Mm, it's going to have some stiff competition there! Over the years, there have been some INCREDIBLE movie sex scenes that Christian and Anastasia [...]
… to leave your lover. There’s more than 50 shades of grey (as there is infinite intensity to grey-scale). And there’s certainly more than 50 shades of pay … Over on Spend Matters, Pierre Mitchell is penning a series on 50 Shades of Pay: Spend Analysis’ Many Profitable Pleasures where he notes that spend analysis […]
Cue the Fifty Shades Of Grey references. While photographer Patrick Hall is (probably) no Christian Grey, he did recently set up a photoshoot where he asked people to pose for him, semi-topless, while their friends and significant others...Show More Summary
Everybody strap in, because it's time for another round of your favorite game in the whole wide world: Is Fifty Shades Bad for Women? Fingers on the buzzer, kids! Read more...
Popular fiction that normalizes and glamorizes violence against women, such as the blockbuster "Fifty Shades of Grey", may be associated with a greater risk of potentially harmful health behaviors and risks, according to a new studyShow More Summary
Women who read Fifty Shades of Grey are more likely to have abusive partners and eating disorders, academics concerned with the blockbuster novel’s wide appeal report.
Kylie Minogue is getting “replaced” by singer and Fifty Shades of Grey actress Rita Ora on the UK version of the singing competition The Voice. Before you light your torches and start burning effigies of Ora on your front lawn, keep in mind that Minogue bid farewell to the program on her own terms. According
Women who read "Fifty Shades of Grey" were more likely to have fasted, used diet aids and had a partner who verbally abused them or demonstrated stalker behavior toward them, according to a study by Michigan State University.
Today in Things That Make Me Want To Scream “CORRELATION DOES NOT EQUAL CAUSATION!” And Beat My Head Against The Wall: Last year, a study out of Michigan State University found that the erotic BDSM trilogy Fifty Shades Of Grey “perpetuates” abusive relationships. Now, another study from the same professor at MSU claims young women who read [...]
Fiction can be an important tool in fighting sexual abuse -- but not if it reaffirms dangerous ideals