Fifty Shades (film series)

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Fifty Shades
Fifty Shades (film series) logo.png
Official film series logo
Directed by
Screenplay by
Based onFifty Shades trilogy
by E. L. James
Produced by
Edited by
Music byDanny Elfman
Distributed by
Release date
  • 1: February 13, 2015
  • 2: February 10, 2017
  • 3: February 9, 2018
Running time
370 minutes
CountryUnited States
BudgetTotal (3 films):
$150 million[1]
Box officeTotal (3 films):
$1.325 billion[1]

Fifty Shades is a British-American film trilogy series that consists of three erotic romantic drama films, based on the Fifty Shades trilogy by English author E. L. James. It is distributed by Universal Studios and stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan as the lead roles Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, respectively. Sam Taylor-Johnson directed the first film,[2][3] and James Foley directed the second and third films.[4]

The first film, Fifty Shades of Grey, was released on February 13, 2015, while the second, Fifty Shades Darker, was released on February 10, 2017.[5] Fifty Shades Freed, the third film, was released on February 9, 2018.[5] Although the films were poorly received critically, the series grossed over $1.32 billion worldwide, making it the seventh highest-grossing R-rated franchise of all-time.


Two years after the trilogy's first novel was released, several distribution companies had bid for the rights of the trilogy. Warner Bros., Sony, Paramount and Universal, as well as Mark Wahlberg's production company, put in bids for the film rights.[6][7] The winning bid went to Universal Studios and Focus Features, at $5 million.[8] With James gaining control over the process of the making of the film, she hand-picked Dana Brunetti and Michael De Luca as the producers.


Film U.S. release date Director(s) Screenwriter(s) Producer(s)
Fifty Shades of Grey February 13, 2015 (2015-02-13) Sam Taylor-Johnson Kelly Marcel E. L. James
Dana Brunetti
Michael De Luca
Fifty Shades Darker February 10, 2017 (2017-02-10)[5] James Foley[9] Niall Leonard[9][10] E. L. James
Dana Brunetti
Michael De Luca

Marcus Viscidi

Fifty Shades Freed February 9, 2018 (2018-02-09)[5]

Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)[edit]

When Anastasia "Ana" Steele, a literature student, goes to interview the wealthy Christian Grey, as a favor to her roommate Kate Kavanagh, she encounters a handsome, brilliant and intimidating man. The innocent and naive Ana, startled to realize she wants him, despite his enigmatic reserve and advice, finds herself desperate to get close to him. Not able to resist Ana's beauty and independent spirit, Grey admits he wants her too, but on his own terms. Ana hesitates as she discovers the singular tastes of Grey; despite the embellishments of success – his multinational businesses, his vast wealth, his loving family – Grey is consumed by the need to control everything. As they get close, Steele starts to discover Grey's secrets and explores her own BDSM desires.

Fifty Shades Darker (2017)[edit]

Following the events of the first film, Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey resume their relationship under Ana's terms. However, their relationship is tested when Christian's past threatens the couple.

Fifty Shades Freed (2018)[edit]

Believing they've left behind the shadowy figures from the past, billionaire Christian Grey and his new wife, Anastasia, fully embrace their inextricable connection and shared life of luxury. Just as the Greys begin to step into their new roles, sinister events come to light and jeopardize their happy ending before it even begins.

Cast and crew[edit]


Character Films
Fifty Shades of Grey Fifty Shades Darker Fifty Shades Freed
2015 2017 2018
Anastasia "Ana" Steele Grey Dakota Johnson
Christian Grey Jamie Dornan
Katherine Kavanagh Eloise Mumford
José Rodriguez, Jr. Victor Rasuk
Elliot Grey Luke Grimes
Dr. Grace Trevelyan Grey Marcia Gay Harden
Mia Grey Rita Ora
Jason Taylor Max Martini
Carrick Grey Andrew Airlie
Carla May Wilks Jennifer Ehle Jennifer Ehle
Unrated Edition only
Jennifer Ehle
Bob Adams Dylan Neal Dylan Neal
Unrated Edition only
Dylan Neal
Raymond Steele Callum Keith Rennie Callum Keith Rennie
Jack Hyde Eric Johnson
Jerry Roach Bruce Altman
Ros Bailey Robinne Lee
Elizabeth Morgan Amy Price-Francis
Gail Jones Fay Masterson
Elena Lincoln
(Mrs. Robinson)
Kim Basinger Kim Basinger
Unrated Edition only
Leila Williams Bella Heathcote
Gia Matteo Arielle Kebbel
Luke Sawyer Brant Daugherty
Boyce Fox Tyler Hoechlin


Occupation Film
Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades Darker
Fifty Shades Freed
Director Sam Taylor-Johnson James Foley
Producer(s) E. L. James
Dana Brunetti
Michael De Luca
E. L. James
Dana Brunetti
Marcus Viscidi
Michael De Luca
Writer(s) Kelly Marcel Niall Leonard
Composer Danny Elfman
Director of photography Seamus McGarvey John Schwartzman
Editor(s) Lisa Gunning
Anne V. Coates
Debra Neil-Fisher
Richard Francis-Bruce David Clark
Debra Neil-Fisher
Richard Francis-Bruce
Production Companies Michael De Luca Productions

Trigger Street Productions

Perfect World Pictures[b]
Trigger Street Productions
Michael De Luca Productions
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Runtime (Unrated) 128 minutes 131 minutes 110 minutes
Release Date February 13, 2015 (2015-02-13) February 10, 2017 (2017-02-10) February 9, 2018 (2018-02-09)



On June 19, 2013, Sam Taylor-Johnson was chosen to direct the first film. On February 6, 2015, Taylor-Johnson announced the sequels, prompting she would return to direct the sequels.[2] It was later revealed that Taylor-Johnson would not return.[4] On August 20, 2015, it was revealed by Deadline Hollywood that James Foley was the front-runner to direct the sequel and third film Fifty Shades Freed.[11]


Kelly Marcel was chosen as the screenwriter for the first film.[12]

On April 22, 2015, it was announced that James' husband, Niall Leonard, would write the script for the sequel.[10] Leonard also went on to write the script for the third film.[13]


The casting for the lead roles was considered controversial. Many contenders considered for the film included Ryan Gosling, Garrett Hedlund, Theo James, Alexander Skarsgård, François Arnaud, Charlie Hunnam, Scott Eastwood, Luke Bracey, Ian Somerhalder and Billy Magnussen as Christian Grey. Alicia Vikander, Imogen Poots, Elizabeth Olsen, Shailene Woodley, Alexis Bledel and Felicity Jones were all considered for the role of Anastasia Steele.[14]

On September 2, 2013, Dakota Johnson and Charlie Hunnam were cast as Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey respectively.[15] As a result, the displeasure of the casting from fans caused controversy. In response, Brunetti stated, "There is a lot that goes into casting that isn't just looks. Talent, availability, their desire to do it, chemistry with other actor, etc. So if your favorite wasn't cast, then it is most likely due to something on that list. Keep that in mind while hating and keep perspective."[16] On October 12, it was announced Hunnam had quit the role of Grey and the studio was in the process of searching for a new actor.[17] On October 23, Jamie Dornan was cast as the replacement for Christian Grey.[18]

In October 2013, Jennifer Ehle was cast as Carla Wilks.[19] On October 31, 2013, Victor Rasuk was cast as José Rodriguez, Jr.[20] On November 22, 2013, Eloise Mumford was cast as Kate Kavanagh.[21] On December 2, 2013, singer Rita Ora was cast as Christian's younger sister Mia.[22] On December 3, 2013, Marcia Gay Harden was cast as Christian's mother, Grace.[23]

On January 28, 2016, Kim Basinger joined the franchise to play the role of Elena Lincoln in the sequels, Grey's business partner and former lover, while Luke Grimes, Eloise Mumford and Max Martini would be returning for the sequels.[24] On February 5, Bella Heathcote was cast as Leila, one of Grey's former submissives.[25] In the same month, Eric Johnson was cast to play Jack Hyde, Ana's boss at SIP.[26][27] On February 18, 2016, Robinne Lee and Fay Masterson joined the film's cast.[28] On February 20, Brant Daugherty signed on to play Luke Sawyer, the personal bodyguard for Anastasia in the third film.[29]


For Fifty Shades of Grey, principal photography was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which began on December 1, 2013.[30] Scenes were filmed in the Gastown district of Vancouver.[31] Bentall 5 was used as the Grey Enterprises building.[32][33] The University of British Columbia serves as Washington State University Vancouver, from which Ana graduates.[34] The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver was used as the Heathman Hotel.[35][36] The film was also shot at the North Shore Studios.[37] The production officially ended on February 21, 2014.[38] Reshoots involving scenes between Dornan and Johnson took place in Vancouver during the week of October 13, 2014.[39]

For Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, principal photography was to commence in June in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.[40] This was later to be impossible, due to the script being unwritten at that moment.[10] In November 2015, Universal Studios announced that both films would be shot back-to-back with principal photography scheduled to commence in early 2016.[41] Filming began in Paris and Vancouver from February 9, 2016, to July 12, 2016, under the working title "Further Adventures of Max and Banks 2 & 3."[42][43][44] Filming on Fifty Shades Darker concluded on April 11, 2016.[45]


With a combined worldwide gross over $1.3 billion, the franchise was one of the biggest R-rated franchises ever, behind only The Matrix ($1.6 billion over three films), The Hangover ($1.4 billion over three films) and Alien ($1.328 billion not counting the PG-13 Alien vs. Predator).[46]

Box office performance[edit]

Film Release date Box office gross Budget Reference
Opening weekend
(North America)
North America Other territories Worldwide
Fifty Shades of Grey February 13, 2015 (2015-02-13) $85,171,450 $166,167,230 $404,838,898 $569,651,467 $40 million [47]
Fifty Shades Darker February 10, 2017 (2017-02-10) $46,607,250 $114,581,250 $266,962,186 $381,543,436 $55 million [48]
Fifty Shades Freed February 9, 2018 (2018-02-09) $38,560,195 $100,407,760 $271,501,689 $371,909,449 $55 million [49]
Total $381,156,240 $943,302,773 $1,323,104,352 $150 million [1]

Critical and public response[edit]

Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic CinemaScore
Fifty Shades of Grey 25% (279 reviews)[50] 46 (46 reviews)[51] C+[52]
Fifty Shades Darker 11% (202 reviews)[53] 33 (39 reviews)[54] B+[52]
Fifty Shades Freed 12% (189 reviews)[55] 31 (43 reviews)[56] B+[52]


Awards Fifty Shades of Grey
Award Category Recipients Result Ref.
Academy Awards Best Original Song Belly, Stephan Moccio, Jason Quenneville, and The Weeknd for "Earned It" Nominated [57]
Brit Awards British Single of the Year Ellie Goulding for "Love Me like You Do" Nominated
Critics' Choice Awards Best Song "Love Me like You Do" Nominated [58]
Golden Globe Awards Best Original Song Savan Kotecha, Max Martin, Tove Lo, Ali Payami and Ilya Salmanzadeh for "Love Me like You Do" Nominated [59]
Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Picture Michael De Luca, Dana Brunetti, E. L. James Won [60]
Worst Director Sam Taylor-Johnson Nominated
Worst Actor Jamie Dornan Won
Worst Actress Dakota Johnson Won
Worst Screen Combo Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson Won
Worst Screenplay Kelly Marcel Won
Grammy Awards Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Fifty Shades of Grey: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Nominated [61]
Best Song Written for Visual Media Savan Kotecha, Max Martin, Tove Lo, Ali Payami and Ilya Salmanzadeh for "Love Me like You Do" Nominated
Ahmad Balshe, Stephan Moccio, Jason Queenneville and Abel Tesfaye for "Earned It" Nominated
Best R&B Song Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Ellie Goulding for "Love Me like You Do" Nominated
Best R&B Performance The Weeknd for "Earned It" Won
MTV Movie Awards Breakthrough Performance Dakota Johnson Nominated [62]
Best Kiss Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite Dramatic Movie Fifty Shades of Grey Nominated [63]
Satellite Awards Best Original Song "Love Me like You Do" Nominated [64]
Fifty Shades Darker
Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Picture Michael De Luca, Dana Brunetti, E. L. James, Marcus Viscidi Nominated [65]
Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel Fifty Shades Darker Won
Worst Director James Foley Nominated
Worst Actor Jamie Dornan Nominated
Worst Actress Dakota Johnson Nominated
Worst Supporting Actress Kim Basinger Won
Worst Screen Combo Any combination of two characters, two sex toys or two sexual positions Nominated
Worst Screenplay Niall Leonard Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Best Romance TV Spot Universal Pictures, Trailer Park Nominated [66]
Grammy Awards Best Song Written for Visual Media Jack Antonoff, Sam Dew & Taylor Swift for "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" Nominated [67]
Satellite Awards Best Original Song "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" Nominated [68]
Fifty Shades Freed
Golden Raspberry Awards
Worst Director James Foley Nominated
Worst Supporting Actress Marcia Gay Harden Nominated
Worst Screenplay Niall Leonard Won
People's Choice Awards
Favorite Movie Fifty Shades Freed Nominated
Favorite Drama Movie Fifty Shades Freed Won
Favorite Drama Movie Star Jamie Dornan Won


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  1. ^ Even though the company produced Fifty Shades Darker, their logo is not shown on any promotional material or in the movie itself.
  2. ^ Even though the company produced Fifty Shades Darker, their logo is not shown on any promotional material or in the movie itself.

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