Victor Rasuk Joins Fifty Shades of Grey Cast as José Rodriguez

Move over Christian, there’s a new Dog(in)town. Meet Victor Rasuk, the newest member of the Fifty Shades of Grey cast. Orange+New+Black+New+York+Premiere+5MzxAw7Etirl

Once again, official confirmation came via Twitter when E L James retweeted Deadline Hollywood’s exclusive announcement.

*hums It’s a Small World*

Twilight fans will recognize Victor from his role as Tony Alva in Lords of Dogtown, which was directed by Catherine Hardwicke and co-starred Nikki Reed.

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Victor’s next movie, Godzilla, is in post-production and due out May 16, 2014. One of the stars? Aaron Taylor-Johnson…husband of Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson.

We recently did a poll (here) to see who you were most looking forward to seeing cast next. While Kate was the overwhelming winner, José was also a fan favorite. We’re excited to see the cast start taking shape!

To read Deadline Hollywood’s article, go here.

MTV News Is Listening…

and so are we!

We recently conducted a quick Twitter poll to see who YOUR top three choices were to play Anastasia Steele in the upcoming movie adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey.

While names like Kristen Stewart, Lucy Hale, Emilia Clarke, Allison Williams, Shailene Woodley, Ashley Greene, Emma Stone, Katherine McPhee, Lilly Collins, Nikki Reed, and Amanda Crew were mentioned, your top three picks were as follows:

#1 Emmy Rossum

#2 Alexis Bledel

#3 Unknown/Newcomer

The reason we took the poll was so that your voice could be heard in an MTV News (@mtvnews) article written by Christina Garabaldi (@ChristinaMTV). You can read all of the articles in her series by clicking on the links below.

‘Fifty Shades of Grey': Experts Cast Christian Grey

Is ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Too Hot For An R Rating?

‘Fifty Shades of Grey': Experts Cast Anastasia Steele

Thank you again to those of you who participated in the poll! For more news on your favorite subject, go to MTV.com (here) and do a keyword search for “Fifty Shades.”

It’s early in the print-to-screen process, so keep your suggestions coming in the comments and on twitter (@50ShadesMovie). You just never know who might be listening!