It looks like if screenwriter Kelly Marcel gets her way, "Fifty Shades of Grey" will be as "adult" as readers have hoped.
The writer, who was brought on to pen the script for Universal's adaptation of the S&M-themed best-seller last year, recently told the U.K.'s Sunday Times that she wants to make sure "Fifty Shades'" steaminess remains intact.
“It will be rated NC-17," Marcel said, via EW. "It will be raunchy.”
Universal isn't as convinced. In a statement to Entertainment Weekly, a spokesperson said that, with the screenplay still unwritten, the "Fifty Shades" adaptation doesn't have a designated rating yet.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is bringing the franchise to a close not with a bang, but with a slew of nominations in an awards ceremony that celebrates "the berry worst" in film.
The final installment in the "Twilight" series leads the pack of 2012's Razzie Award nominees with nods in all 10 categories, including worst picture.
Josh Brolin is looking ahead after his New Year's Day arrest to a new gig.
The 44-year-old actor has signed on to the next "Sin City" movie along with another newcomer, Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
After an excruciating hiatus, “Pretty Little Liars” is back … and so is Mona. But we already knew that.
And now the PLLs do too, thanks to Lucas, another person on our short long list of suspects As.
Character actor Ned Wertimer, known to fans of "The Jeffersons" as the doorman Ralph Hart, has died, CNN confirms. He was 89.
Wertimer made appearances in a wide variety of classic TV series, including "Mork and Mindy," "WKRP in Cincinnati" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," but he's perhaps best known for his work on "The Jeffersons."
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