In this behind-the-scenes video from Dakota’s recent photo shoot for Vanities Opener (see more here), the actress tells Senior West Coast Editor Krista Smith that filming Fifty Shades of Grey has been “a very smooth and fun and creative experience.” Adding, “I think going into something like this, you kind of have all these different fears of what it could be like, and none of those things are happening. We all get along really well. The crew’s amazing, and we’re all just trying to make this project the best that it can be.”
Lots of pictures shared today by E L James and Dana Brunetti on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey at Boundary Bay Airport, as they prepared to film the “Let’s chase the dawn” scene where Christian takes Ana gliding.
The Canada weather appears to have made things a little more difficult, but we’re sure it was still an exciting day for the author to see yet another moment from her epic love story come to life.
Should you be lucky enough to be standing — or driving — by one of five specific street corners in the U.S. in the next couple of days you will see the soon sure-to-be-famous backside of the one and only Christian Grey from Universal Pictures’ upcoming film adaptation of the smash best-selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James.
On Jan. 25, the studio will begin to debut these extra large billboards, featuring Irish actor Jamie Dornan as the kinky, domineering billionaire, in five locations around the country.
The five locations that will feature the billboard with Jamie Dornan as the infamous Christian Grey are:
New York (Grand St. & 6th Ave)
Los Angeles (Wilshire Blvd. & Gayley)
Chicago (LaSalle & Hubbard)
San Francisco (Mission St. & 6th)
Seattle (1st St. & Wall St.)
If you’re one of the lucky ones to get to see the billboard, tweet us a picture!!
Just can’t imagine how exciting it is for E L James and Team Fifty to witness this popular Fifty Shades of Grey “character” taking flight. Not to mention how much fun Jamie Dornan must be having on set. Boys and their toys…
Love the logo treatment the production team came up with as well.