“Mr. Grey will see you meow.”
I got 9 problems but a beard ain’t one.
I’ll never be able to unsee this.
E. Edward Grey > Christian Grey. Spoiler alert for both movies!
Feel the good vibrations!
All right, so it’s a peck on the cheek. But, still.
The sassy Roc Nation singer has bagged her biggest acting role to date.
The two gathered to shoot a less controversial scene in a coffee shop for their upcoming film, shot in Vancouver! The man can pull off a suit, no?
Seriously—don’t wait until the last minute to get a costume together this year.
The Irish actor and model has allegedly scored the role after Charlie Hunnam dropped out last week.
The insanely hot Irish actor has reportedly landed the role and he’ll make you forget that Charlie Hunnam ever existed.
It’s just like Big, except, well, thirty years in the future.
She revealed the hidden talent we never knew she had on Saturday’s Jonathan Ross Show.
With a second box office win for Gravity and a great weekend for Captain Phillips, it’s like the 90’s all over again.
He was too tied up with TV work to play the bondage king.
Hot, raunchy, and kinky books that fans of the Grey series will adore. Get some reading in; it’s good for you!
Finally, a director for E.L. James’ steamy novel’s big screen adaptation. So, who is she?
(Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)
According to a video uploaded to Facebook by the CW star, he had a meeting about taking on the role.
Plus bad news for aspiring astronauts, a major Chicken McNugget milestone, and the Pope’s first day.
What better way to give to charity then to have a supermodel seductively read 50 shades of Grey out loud if enough money has been donated.
What if the protagonist was… slightly more overwhelmed by her interview subject than she was in the book?
A mashup of “Keep Calm And Carry On” and Fifty Shades Of Grey. It is anything but calming. And it doesn’t particularly make any sense!
All joking aside, the “bacon-bound chicken wings” and “taters, baby” are delicious.
Robertson, who finds porn “boring,” is mystified by the book’s success.
These won’t be awkward at all when you take your kid over to Grandma’s house.
This was a real question posed to Kirsten Gillibrand and Wendy Long, two women running for U.S. senate in New York, during their only debate.