'50 Shades of Grey' Star Will Make You Think Twice About Seeing the Movie

Rita OraOk, so I know we have almost a year to go until the Fifty Shades of Grey movie premieres, but that doesn't mean it's too early to get all excited about seeing it.

And while I'm sure none of the cast will be so bold as to give away too many details, Rita Ora has opened up about the film -- in which she plays Christian's adopted sister, Mia, and her review is definitely positive.

In an interview with Capital FM, she said, "The movie is amazing, it’s such a great passionate movie."

I know, I know -- that's what we all expected her to say. But then she went one step further and brought up an interesting, but very true point.

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She said, "I had to be involved, I love the books. I know everybody’s going to watch it, whether it’s in secret or confidence, but everyone’s going to watch it."

Um, did she hit the nail right on the head or what? Yeah, there are plenty of people who will be first in line at the theater on the day the flick comes out. But let's be honest -- there are also plenty of people who will be a.) too embarrassed or disgusted to watch it in public, or b.) too worried that they'll get all hot and bothered watching it in a theater, so they'll wait for the DVD to come out.

And I gotta say -- I'm considering waiting to watch it in the privacy of my own home, simply because of all the couples who will go to the theater to see it together and well, you know -- do stuff in the very back row because they think no one is paying attention.

Sorry to put that visual in your head, but don't kid yourself. There's going to be all sorts of shady stuff going down in Fifty Shades theaters across the country as soon as they dim the lights.

On that note, do you plan on seeing Fifty Shades of Grey in the movie theater, or on your couch? (Or bed, or whatever.)

 

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