By A. Charlotte Rose
Now that the movie production has wrapped, fans are getting antsy to see the final version of Fifty Shades of Grey, the movie. And many wonder why, if the film has wrapped, they can’t have a movie in 2014.
Well, there is editing to do. And possible re-shoots. And a gazillion things to be done, including promotions and premiers and making sure the stars are free to promote the film when it finally lands in our theaters.
Still, fans are now petitioning for a closer release date via Change.org.
The petition reads:
It seems like the most anticipated movies are the ones that are always pushed back despite the huge fan base that they get. However, if “Fifty Shades of Grey” were to be released in August 2014, there shouldn’t be any reason that it would cause harm to the film or to any of the other films that is due to be released at the same time. If not August, then sometime in September or October of 2014 could work just as well since it would not interfere with what is known as “Award Season”.
This movie will probably be good enough to receive great recognition due to the popularity of the book while still not being too overwhelming towards the other films that are to be released at the same time regardless as to when that is if the release date does get changed. We ask that “Fifty Shades of Grey” will be pushed forward to a more closer release date than February 14, 2015.
Thank you for your time and patience.
Oh, and by the way, the originator of the petition is signed, um, “Anastasia Grey.”
At this writing, 110 fans have signed.