Charlie Hunnam leaves "50 Shades of Grey"
Universal Pictures has confirmed in a press release that the actor Charlie Hunnam, who was to play the lead of "50 shades of gray", has decided to abandon the project. Movie studios claim that the actor's schedule is not compatible with the shooting of the film.
Since hearing the news of the signing to star Christian Grey, it is said that Charlie Hunnam has not been liked by certain audience to represent the star, symbol of the erotic, "50 Shades of Grey" in the film version of book by British author E. L. James. Your prayers have been fulfilled.
Although from the outset Charlie Hunnam said the role was taking him it seriously, in the end the English actor will not be in body and soul in "50 Shades of Grey". This was made known the Universal Pictures in a press release in which they do know that "those responsible for 50 Shades of Grey and Charlie Hunnam have agreed to find a new male lead given the busy schedule television that does not allow him to adequately prepare for the role."
After the news was published, Matthew Belloni of entertainment website The Hollywood Reporter, from his Twitter account, wanted to deny the release of the film studios. Already saying that two sources are saying that the television schedule of Hunnam had nothing to do with his departure. Furthermore, say that the withdrawal of the actor's filming of "50 Shades of Grey", has been for public pressure that behave the project and negative reactions from fans and, especially, of the fans girls, that led even to films studio to hire bodyguards for actor was well protected against possible violent act against him. Some atrocities can go far.
In Twitter, reaction to the news about Charlie Hunnam is not waiting. Fans of "50 Shades of Grey" are campaigning for U.S. actor Matt Bommer, is the ideal candidate to be in charge of playing Christian Grey. It circulates through the social network the hashtag
So if you want to participate in the attempt to make this actor becomes the ideal candidate to play the role, you only have to write it on Twitter. Perhaps Universal Pictures is fix in your prayers. But you don't try to enter into discussion with the writer, Bret Easton Ellis, best known for his screenplay for "American Psycho", that he published on Twitter, after confessing that he was bisexual, that "Matt Bomer is very handsome and a very good actor. But is NOT the correct Christian Grey, he complicates the character. I do not care how good an actor you are but if you are married to another man, that complicates things to play CG ". You decide.