As some relentless fans continue to flock around the filming locations for “Fifty Shades Darker,” numerous photos and supposed leaked images have made their way online. However, people within the production are also generous enough to give other fans some updates with regards to the development of the project.
While author E.L. James is the more active in social media teasing fans, this time, executive producer Michael De Luca took it to his official Instagram account to divulge some juicy tidbits about the production. De Luca posted a photo of what seems to be the invitation for the famous masquerade scene in the story hinting that they are all geared up to translate the sequence in the film.
Readers of the “Fifty Shades” trilogy would remember the event as a pinnacle of many firsts for the Ana (Dakota Johnson) and Christian (Jamie Dornan). The occasion was where Ana and Elena Lincoln (Kim Basinger) get their first on one one interaction as well as Ana’s long-awaited introduction to Christian’s therapist, Dr. Flynn (Hugh Dancy). While the whole occasion ended on a happy note with the couple enjoying themselves, what precedes the Masquerade ball was a pivotal moment in “Darker” with Leila (Bella Heathcote) suddenly popping out at Escala.
Meanwhile, Twitter user Lindsay B with the handle @lemon_buzz tips that shooting of the abduction scene in “Fifty Shades Freed” will take place today.
“On Monday Hyde will be creating havoc for everyone in #FiftyShades. Filming in New Westminster. There will be a . (And yes exteriors),” she posted. The social media source is known to diehard “Fifty Shades” fans for divulging shooting schedule for the aforementioned project.
The majority of filming for “Darker” are being done in Vancouver but latest word reveals that some outer scenes will be taken in Seattle which is the original setting of the book. “Darker” as well as “Freed” are being shot back to back with release dates a year apart from each other. “Darker” will come out Feb. 10, 2017, while “Freed” will hit theaters Feb. 9, 2018.