‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Adds Robinne Lee and Fay Masterson

'Fifty Shades Darker' Adds Robinne Lee
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Robinne Lee and Fay Masterson have joined the cast of Universal’s adaptation of E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades Darker.”

Kim Basinger, Eric Johnson and Bella Heathcote have also recently joined the cast, with Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan returning to reprise their roles of Anastasia Steele and Grey, respectively. James Foley is taking over directing reins from Sam Taylor-Johnson.

Luke Grimes, Eloise Mumford and Max Martini are also returning to the cast, with Michael De Luca and Dana Brunetti producing along with James and Marcus Viscidi. Niall Leonard and James are penning the script.

Universal is planning to shoot “Fifty Shades Darker” and the final pic, “Fifty Shades Freed,” back-to-back, with “Darker” set to bow Feb. 10, 2017. The last installment brought in $570 million worldwide, including $166 million domestically.

Lee will play an executive at Grey’s company. The actress recurred on the BET hit series “Being Mary Jane.” Her film credits include “Hitch,” “Seven Pounds” and “Hotel for Dogs.” She is represented by manager Darren Goldberg of Global Creative, Global Artists Agency and attorney Jamie Feldman of Lichter Grossman.

Masterson is currently recurring on TNT’s “The Last Ship.” She is repped by Global Artists Agency and Adam Levine at Industry Entertainment.

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  1. Fangirl says:

    OMG, we have a Mrs. Jones! I missed her in the first movie.

  2. cadavra says:

    I’ve worked with Fay several times over the years, and she’s as talented as she is gorgeous. This is a terrific break for her.

  3. Nanny Mo says:

    If there are minorities and women in it, it has to get an Oscar, because that’s all the Academy cares about these days. If it’s not a white guy, it’s an Oscar! Wait, though, isn’t that racism and isn’t Hollywood past that? Weren’t they the industry that was leading the way in not seeing skin color but only the talent, I guess not, anyway, give them an OSCAR! It’s got minorities and women in it!

    • Fangirl says:

      Gosh, you’re too stupid to be real!

    • Jason says:

      I think your confused the OSCARS don’t care about minorities that’s why there is an uproar.This comment is stupid it is ignorant and prejudice. So they decided to add a black woman to the cast and you go into a state like this? Why? Your a prejudiced hateful person. If Oscars have lowed down so much maybe minorities should not worry so much about that statue it represents hate and racism,and represents people like you. So you should receive an OSCAR!!! For representing what it stands for PERFECTLY.

  4. cindy secord says:

    Who are they going to play ?

  5. Bea of FakeABaby says:

    They say the the first one is often the best, but let’s see if the darker one is set to impress! :) Fingers crossed! This celebrities are intriguing though goo.gl/MsBqfB

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