Danielle Taylor Staff Writer
Do not expect seeing Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the film adaptation of the New York Times bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey because he has ruled out the possibility of starring in it.
This past June, it was confirmed that the actor’s wife, Sam Taylor-Johnson will control the impending adaptation of E.L. James’ very successful romance book, with the two leads still unannounced.
When Aaron was asked about the rumors that he could accept the part of the puzzling financier Christian Grey, he told Metro “I am no Christian Grey. I imply, he is suspected to be the most attractive man in the freaking world! And by means I am not old enough.”
The Saving Mr. Banks writer Kelly Marcel has written the script for Fifty Shades of Grey. James has recently approved Sam as the director explaining that, “She’s innovative, incredibly gifted, and she’s got a fantastic eye. She has a great sense about the Fifty background; she masters it.”
The set release date for Fifty Shades of Grey in the U.S. is August 1, 2014 with international release dates to be announced soon.