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Marcia Gay Harden Joins FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

December 5, 2013
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The incredibly talented Marcia Gay Harden is the latest edition to the steamy Mommy porn adaptation "50 Shades of Grey". Harden has officially signed on as Christian Grey's mother.

Jamie Dornan is set to play Grey after actor Charlie Hunnam abruptly exited the production. He will be starring opposite Dakota Johnson, who will play the naive but open-minded Anastasia Steele. Sam Taylor-Johnson is still locked in to helm the picture.

Locking Harden was a very smart on the production's part. This film will undoubtedly make money because of the controversy surrounding it and best-selling book series on which it was based on. But adding an actress of Harden's caliber will perhaps enable it to be taken more seriously perhaps.

Do you think she's a good addition? Let us know in the comments section below!

"Fifty Shades of Grey" will hit AMC Theatres in February 2015

Source: EW

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