Not even the less high-concept Netflix series are safe from the cancellation axe, it seems. After one tepidly-reviewed season, Naomi Watts and 50 Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson’s Gypsy is officially out of business.
We’re admittedly on edge with Netflix’s sudden willingness to limit its content, but a seductive new psychological thriller from Naomi Watts and 50 Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson offers a good start. Watch the first trailer for Gypsy, as Watts gets more than a little hands-on with her patients.
Last week brought us a first look at Naomi Watts and 50 Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson getting psychologically seductive with new Netflix drama Gypsy, and it’s time to go deeper. Oaths are broken, and patients get some hands-on care in our first official teaser.
Don’t be distracted by all those shiny Defenders, as Naomi Watts and 50 Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson are taking back the Netflix spotlight. Get a first look at new psychological thriller series Gypsy, as Naomi Watts gets really up-close-and-personal with her patients.
Looks like that bit role in BoJack Horseman Season 1 has finally paid off for Naomi Watts, scoring the actress her very own Netflix drama. Watts will lead 2017 psychological thriller Gypsy as an apparently-terrible therapist, with the first two outings directed by 50 Shades of Grey helmer Sam Taylor-Johnson.
And so it begins. We’ve heard the stories of issues on set between Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson and author E.L. James, making it seem unlikely that Taylor-Johnson would return to direct the sequel. Universal has now made it official: Fifty Shades Darker is in the market for a new director, as Taylor-Johnson has declined to return.
Things have been going pretty well for Fifty Shades of Grey, the film based on the first novel in E.L. James’ massively successful erotic trilogy. Not only is it the fastest-selling R-rated movie in history, but the film adaptation has been totally dominating the box office. Two sequels have already been announced, and following reports of creative issues on the set, the latest news surrounding the global phenomenon doesn’t seem particularly optimistic: James is reportedly demanding full control over the script for the sequel.
Christian Grey is an unusual guy. He’s the world’s most eligible billionaire bachelor and an enormously powerful businessman. He’s an avid jogger, an exceptional piano player, and a licensed helicopter pilot. He also really like the color gray. He wears gray suits and ties, drives a gray car to his gray office building (which is called Grey House) under gray Seattle skies, where his assistant dresses in—you guessed it—gray. (For the record, his office chairs are white but the couches are gray too.) And, oh yeah, he’s into kinky sex, including bondage, spanking, and domination.
In disappointing but totally expected news, the upcoming film adaptation of ‘50 Shades of Grey’ will not include the notorious (disturbing, hilarious, and absolutely batsh— insane) tampon scene from E.L. James’ wildly popular erotica novel. For those of you hoping to see the most absurd moment from the book translated to the big screen, director Sam Taylor-Johnson has put her foot down.