Rumors are circulating that big-screen adaptation of E.L. James's Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy will be consolidated into just one film. The production has moved to Miami to film scenes that don't take place until the third book, and several reports mention the producers making a statement that there will be just one Fifty Shades of Grey movie, rather than three.
While it's easy to say the decision was made because the series itself drags on too long, the prospect of making a lot of money usually trumps artistic concerns. So if it's true, why do you think the producers are making this decision so early in the production process? Do you think the movie might be better if it were condensed?
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