“Fifty Shades” is having the biggest first week of ticket sales on Fandango for a non-sequel film since the first “Hunger Games” movie debuted in 2012. The demand is causing theater owners in all fifty states to offer new showtimes.
Although based on a literary phenomenon, “Fifty Shades of Grey” represents something of a risk for Universal. Sexually charged films haven’t been in vogue since “Basic Instinct” and “Fatal Attraction” pushed boundaries in the late 1980s and early 1990s. To that end, the studio seems to be emphasizing the love story elements of the story in its promotional materials. Apparently love means always needing to have a safe word. Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson star in the film about a literary student who falls for a billionaire with a kinky side. “Fifty Shades of Grey” debuts on Feb. 13.
Men are biologically "programmed" to look for a woman who will be able to feed their children (Since nature thinks that sex is only for reproduction), so, bigger breasts equals more milk for the baby. I bet you expected something sexier.
Good lord. Reminds me of this show in Spain where this woman goes around playing pranks on unsuspecting people, to see how long until they look at her chest. Like... that I S A L L I S E E -!!! *
What do babies think when they see this? "Oh! Thank Heavens I won't be getting hungry any time soon..." There's boob shots all over the internet, and I've seen enough -it's not really my thing, but this shot, makes me laugh every time it comes up somewhere on DA -I always think of the baby seeing it, and the attitude, either to the men or the baby. "HERE! -BOOBS!!! Do THESE get your attention? Is THIS good enough for you?..." "Yeah? ...."
Sheesh! do you MIND? I'm trying to drink my coffee, GF! *rolleyes*