Fifty Shades Of Grey sex scenes to be axed?

Raunchiness may get cut for a lower rating

According to reports, the sexiest film to be released since Logan’s Run looks set to suffer from a few problems of a sexual nature. We’re sure it’s never happened before. It’s just been a stressful day and the film is probably just really tired, etc.

Stars James Dornan and Dakota Johnson have reportedly already filmed most of the sex scenes for Fifty Shades Of Grey, but they are in danger of being cut in order for the film to avoid an NC-17 rating.

A decision by the studio to make the film less racy (in order to get a lower age rating) is likely to upset fans of the books, who will be expecting to see all manner of raunchy acts in keeping with the original’s um... ‘tone’.

The film, which stars Dornan as kinky billionaire Christian Grey and Johnson as shy Submissive Anastasia Steele, is set to be released on 15 February 2015.

Would you watch a Fifty Shades Of Grey film that didn’t include any sex scenes? Let us know below...

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    • ravendarkholem

      Jan 21st 2014, 12:04

      This was such an obvious move from the studio. It was clear as day that they will try to get to a younger audience because they bring in the money and if they keep the movie close to the book it will be half erotic. Changing things will only make this movie boring and totally irrelevant.

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    • RKman

      Jan 21st 2014, 13:59

      If they wanted this for a younger audience, they should never make the movie in the first place, i mean it's as hard as making porn without showing boobies

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    • Ali1748

      Jan 21st 2014, 15:41

      What a shocker! It can still be naughty though, if Danny Boyle can get away with showing Rosario Dawson's hoohah in a 15 I don't see why every sex scene has to be removed.

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    • trist808

      Jan 21st 2014, 16:34

      Removing the sex scenes from Fifty Shades Of Grey is akin to having an Avengers film without any superheroes - what's the point in that? You're taking away the main reason why people will want to see the film. This film is gonna suck ... well, not literally, they'll edit that bit out ...

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    • willymcburgle

      Jan 22nd 2014, 10:50

      Why is this film being marketed towards children exactly???

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