Kelly Osbourne is signing off!
The Fashion Police co-host gave E! her walking papers today.
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Well, according to director Sam Taylor-Johnson, the answer is a LOT!
When asked about the grooming of Dakota's lady business, Sam explained:
Perezcious readers, we are only DAYS away from seeing Fifty Shades of Grey on the silver screen and fans are getting excited!
But believe it or not there are still some folks out there who haven't been enlightened! Seth Meyers sent his crew out to find some New Yorkers who haven't read the book, and asked them to read some sections out loud!
Judging from their reactions, it isn't what they were thinking the book would say!
But did any of them read Dakota Johnson's favorite part?! The actress talked about which scene was her favorite, saying:
Good news, Fifty Shades of Grey fans!
Not only are you finally getting your film adaptation this week, but the director dropped off an early Valentine over the weekend.
No, it wasn't flowers or candy — it was TWO MORE movies! That's like … 100 more shades!
Sam Taylor-Johnson reportedly confirmed at a New York fan screening on Friday that we would indeed be getting film adaptations of the bestselling book's sequels, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed.
We're guessing those record-breaking advance ticket sales didn't hurt!
If that doesn't make your inner goddess go holy crap, we don't know what will!
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Good for her!
Hollywood tried to snazz up the ending to the Fifty Shades of Grey movie, but author EL James reportedly stepped in and wouldn't allow it!
The flick will get the ending she wanted, and not the one that director Sam Taylor-Johnson was pushing for, according to sources.
WARNING: BIG SPOILER ALERT
In the books, Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) ends the story with
Whoa! Game of Thrones was going to be WAY different!
UK bookseller Waterstones tweeted — and then deleted — author George R. R. Martin's original pitch for A Song Of Ice And Fire way back in 1993, and it reveals a lot about the future of the series!
Or at least, the series that would have been. So much of the plot completely changed!
The craziest difference is that George thought he could tell the epic story in only THREE NOVELS!
Ha! Maybe if the books were each 2500 pages… LOLz!
There were a lot of other big changes too! SPOILER ALERT even for fans — some of these events could still come to pass in future chapters — but here's what was originally going to befall your fave characters:
To Kill A Mockingbird is one of those novels so classic, so peerless, that it's sometimes hard to remember that it even had an author.
It only adds to that Great American Novel mythology that Harper Lee never published another book.
Well, all that is changing now.
55 years after the release of the original, the 88-year-old is releasing a sequel!
Don't expect Go Set A Watchman to be a modernization. The story of Scout Finch as an adult was actually written six decades ago!
Ms. Lee explained in a statement:
Until the movie comes out on February 13th, they're keeping it under VERY tight wraps — like, leaving groove marks around your wrists tight!
So far we've seen precious little but what we have seen is tantalizing!
See the clip of Anastasia and Christian's first ever meeting (below)!