Spoilers ahead for those who have not yet watched the movie.
From the very beginning it is clear that the dynamic duo of Rupert Friend and E.L. James have crafted a passionate love story between a novice and an experienced Dom/submissive. The only question is: will anyone actually show up at the theater to see it?
The answer is: yes, actually, there are a lot of people who want to see this movie.
In the past year, the fan base have grown considerably, with the two leads sharing the screen for the first time with their fans at a “Sizzle” event in New York this past December. The lovebirds even took the time to answer a few questions from the audience about their characters and the making of the movie.
What Is The Most Tricky Part Of Playing These Two Different Characters
It’s hard to put into words the amount of responsibility that comes with playing two very different characters in a single film. It was definitely a challenge to embody the suave, sophisticated, dominant and demanding Christian Grey, while also being able to connect with an audience and show aspects of your character that they can see and relate to. There is definitely a contrast between the two characters, but it’s vital that you recognize the connection that lies within. That’s something that both Daniel and I try to do, and I think it makes for an interesting dynamic between us as actors.
How Has The Response To The Film Compared To Your Expectations
When we first started talking about the movie, we were both a little bit nervous about how people were going to react to it. We’re usually associated with comedy, and this was a serious, drama-filled film. So we felt that there was an element of risk involved in making the movie, but now that the world has seen it we can’t quite believe that there were any risks at all. I think it’s gone really well, and I think people can genuinely relate to both characters. That’s what we were most nervous about when we were writing the screenplay, but it ended up that it was the best thing that could have happened. It’s made us feel incredibly proud to be a part of this movie. I think it is going to be really successful. It’s one of the most refreshing, original movie roles that I have seen in a long time.
Is It True That Your Favorite Part Of The Movie Was When Christian Came Across As A Kind, Considerate Man
When we first talked about the movie, Christian Grey’s character was initially described to us as a “misogynistic pig.” We had never actually heard that word, and it was used as a general description of what his character was like. To see that characterization of Christian Grey and then discover that he was actually a very considerate man, who just wanted to treat his submissive wife fairly, was one of the biggest surprises of recording the movie. The amount of respect that Rupert and the writers had for us as actors made us feel incredibly happy to be a part of this movie. There is a moment, when he finally sees her respect him, that is one of the most beautiful moments in the entire movie. It is one of the things that we are most proud of. If you ask us now what our favorite part of the movie is, it is that scene. That is because he finally gets the respect that he deserves. For him to see her realize that he is a kind, courteous man and finally see that his treatment of her was not meant to hurt, but to help her discover the benefits of being dominated is something that we are proud to have been a part of.
What Were Some Of The Biggest Changes You Had To Make To Play The Role Of Christian Grey
The biggest changes that I had to make to play Christian Grey were to lose weight and to work on my voice. For the most part, I did not have to change my physical appearance too much; however, I did have to lose some weight. I had to go from about 190 pounds to about 170 pounds. So that was a big adjustment. Also, in preparation for the role, I had to work on my voice. A lot of the lines were written with an American accent, so for parts where I had to speak with an accent, I had to work on my voice a lot. I had to do a lot of reading, and I worked with a voice coach – someone who had worked with the Marvel TV show – and I think that paid off. My voice coach helped me find the right tone for each of the characters. For example, when I do speak with an American accent, I use my full voice, a little bit more bass, and I work on tightening my throat a bit, so it is more masculine. When I was reading the play, I would practice reading with an American accent. I would listen to recordings of Cary Grant and Billy Crystal to help me get my accent right. If I could be half the man that Cary Grant was, I would give it my all. (Laughter.) That is my goal.
How Has Daniel Radcliffe’s Performance Since The Movie Was Released
Since the movie came out, Daniel has done a lot of press for it. He has actually come out and said that he wants to play more serious roles now, which is interesting because as a whole, the movie is pretty serious. We never saw it as a comedy. Daniel said in an interview that he wants to play Olivier – the grand old man of English literature – so we are working on a project for him to play Olivier titled: ” After Olivier “. So far it has been released and is getting great reviews, so we hope that that continues. With Daniel focusing on more serious roles, we will be seeing a lot more of him. He is definitely on our radar screen now.
Has Robert Pattinson’s Performance Since The Movie Was Released
As for Robert, he is still making a name for himself in film. Right now he is working on the movie ” Twilight : The New Moon ” with Kristen Stewart. He also did an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, and that was the beginning of his big break. Since then he has worked with Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. He continues to be one of the biggest names in Hollywood.
To follow up on what Daniel said about wanting to play more serious roles, I could see Rob trying for more dramatic roles too. He is very versatile, and if he continues to work hard, he will most likely stay in demand.
How Did You Go About Choosing Your Clothes For The Movie
The outfits for the movie were very difficult to choose, and at times it was hard to decide what was more important to keep in mind: the look or the story. In the end, we went for the story first and then worked on making it look good. We wanted to keep the outfits as simple as possible so that the focus would be on the psychology of the characters and their scenes. We tried to keep the outfits as true to the novel as possible, and there are some amazing costumes in the movie. For example, my favorite is the black velvet evening gown that Christian Grey wears. We felt that it was perfect for the scene where he sees her for the first time in it. It is similar to the one that Serena wears in the movie, and it fits her perfectly.
What Is The Most Tricky Part Of Playing These Two Different Characters
The most challenging part of playing these two different characters was to embody the suave, sophisticated, dominant and demanding Christian Grey, while also being able to connect with an audience and show aspects of your character that they can see and relate to. There is certainly a contrast between the two characters, but it is vital that you recognize the connection that lies within. We were both a little bit nervous about how people were going to react to it, but now that the world has seen it we can’t quite believe that there were any risks at all. I think it is going to be really successful. It’s one of the most refreshing, original movie roles that I have seen in a long time.