Fifty Shades of Grey: 4 Changes From the Book That Made the Movie Better
Fifty Shades of Grey has opened, finally indulging the millions of readers who have been envisioning how the story of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele would play out on the big screen. As is the case with many adaptations, not everything from the book made it into the movie, and certain stylistic choices had to be made. With Fifty Shades, author E L James and director Sam Taylor-Johnson cut out a few things — and most of these changes are emphatically for the better. If you're curious about what's different and why it works so well, here are the four biggest differences.