15. Director leaves
Taylor-Johnson did not return to the franchise, at least in part because of her difficulty working with James — who exercised as much creative control as she could, even bringing in her husband, Niall Leonard, to write the manuscript for the successors, Fifty shades darker and Fifty Shades Friday.
“We wanted proper on-set barneys,” Taylor-Johnson reminded Porter magazine in 2015. “I’m not confrontational, but it was about finding a way between the two of us and satisfying her vision of what she had written, as well as my need to visualize this person on screen.”
She told that too Hollywood Reporter in 2015 that James “would also be the first to say it was not easy. It was not easy. But we got there. I think we both felt it was an incredibly painful process.” James said in an appearance on MSNBC that “people will poke their heads and that’s exactly what happened.”
Opening to Sunday Times magazine in 2017, Taylor-Johnson said she herself had not regretted making the film, “because it would just finish me off. With advantage in hindsight would I go through it again? Of course I would not. I ‘would be mad . “
She continued: “I like everyone and I get really confused when they do not like me. I was so confused by EL James. I do not understand when I can not navigate a person when there is no synergy. ”
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