Fifty Shades

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Fifty Shades is an adult erotic BDSM romance franchise created by E. L. James; originating as a fanfic about the young-adult genre Twilight teen romance novel series by Stephanie Meyer. It has produced a novel series, with an original novel trilogy and a follow-up novel, as well as a film trilogy.

Plot summary[edit]

Anastasia Steele, a young college graduate meets Christian Grey, a young business mogul, and becomes his submissive partner. The series explores the development of their relationship.

Original fan fiction[edit]

The Fifty Shades novel trilogy (Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, Fifty Shades Freed) was originally written as a fan fiction work in the Twilight fictional universe. It was originally called Master of the Universe and written as Snowdragons Icequeen.[1][2][3]

Novel series[edit]

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Title Release Notes
Fifty Shades of Grey 2011 [4]
Fifty Shades Darker 2012 [5]
Fifty Shades Freed 2012 [6]
Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian 2015 [7]

The original trilogy, Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, Fifty Shades Freed, have been published as an omnibus edition called the "Fifty Shades Trilogy".[8]

Film series[edit]

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Title Release Notes
Fifty Shades of Grey 2015 [9]
Fifty Shades Darker 2017 [10]
Fifty Shades Freed 2018 [11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "It wasn't always 50 shades". 22 things you don't know about "Fifty Shades of Grey". CBS News. p. 16. 
  2. ^ Jason Boog (21 November 2012). "The Lost History of Fifty Shades of Grey". AdWeek. 
  3. ^ E.L. James; Snowdragon's Icequeen (2009). Master of the Universe. 
  4. ^ E.L. James (2011). Fifty Shades of Grey. 
  5. ^ E.L. James (2012). Fifty Shades Darker. 
  6. ^ E.L. James (2012). Fifty Shades Freed. 
  7. ^ E.L. James (2015). Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian. 
  8. ^ E.L. James (2014). Fifty Shades Trilogy. 
  9. ^ Fifty Shades of Grey. 2015. 
  10. ^ Fifty Shades Darker. 2017. 
  11. ^ Fifty Shades Freed. 2018. 

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