Just when you thought you said your final “laters, baby” to Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, E.L. James shared some very exciting news!
On Twitter, a fan asked the best-selling author whether or not she planned on writing more Fifty Shades books in the naughty series—this time from the perspective of the elusive Mr. Grey—and she replied with a very cryptic “Never say never!”
@OlgaAstra777 Never say never!— E L James (@E_L_James) February 6, 2014
@OlgaAstra777 Never say never!
Fans of Fifty Shades of Grey can agree that this has to happen! And the erotic writer has always valued her the opinions of her very dedicated fan base!
In November, she opened up about her concerns about disappointing her fans when it came to the big screen adaptation of the books.
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“I’ve been terrified from the moment I published the book,” she admitted. “You don’t expect this kind of success. Even now it floors me. My only ambition for the books was to see them in bookstores. This is huge. And there is this passionate fandom—we need to get this right for them.”
While we desperately cross our fingers and hope for another book, fans can take comfort that the film adaptation is in good hands! Dakota Johnson, who will play Ana Steele opposite Jamie Dornan’s Christian Grey, recently opened up about preparing for her break out role.
According to the 24-year-old actress, approaching the X-Rated content was no problem because she “has no shame!” Although, we think her appreciation for the books will make it easier too!
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“Reading the book, I found myself more interested in the ways they were breaking each other down emotionally than the sex scenes,” she told Elle, which features the brunette bombshell on the cover of their March issue. “I think there’s a part of a woman that wants to be the thing that breaks a man down.”
Fifty Shades of Grey will hit theaters on Valentines Day 2015—or a little over one year… but who’s counting?!