The “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie has been described as “tasteful and artistic.”
“[Sam Taylor-Johnson] such a great director,” Eloise Mumford, who plays the roommate of character Anastasia Steele, told E! Online. “I knew right away it would be tasteful and artistic. And the cinematographer is Seamus McGarvey. He did Anna Karenina. It’s going to be beautiful.”
Mumford added: “In the end, the story really is a romance and a love story so it’s about that more than anything.”
Mumford didn’t touch on any of the specific details about the movie.
“I wish I could, but as you know, we’ve all been sworn to secrecy,” she continued, according to the broadcaster.
But she said Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson are “the perfect pair to play Ana and Christian.”
Mumford also talked about an upcoming movie she’s in, “Drones.”
“War is messy,” Mumford told E!. “But I can’t say if I am for or against the use of drones. It’s not a black and white issue. But we do know that war will probably be fought using drones and other technology some day. It saves the lives of our soldiers who would otherwise be in the line of fire, but figuring out what to do many times is based on really grainy and unclear images.”
The interview comes as a report says EL James, the author of the “Fifty Shades” books, netted more than $56 million in profits in 2013.
“The company had a very successful year, during which it secured royalty agreements with numerous international publishing houses, and licensing agreements with other organizations,” she said, according to the Telegraph.