Mila Kunis To Star As Anastasia Steele In ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’?

Mila Kunis To Star As Anastasia Steele In 'Fifty Shades Of Grey'?

There have been a ton of rumors floating around about who will be playing the lead roles of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey in the movie adaptation of “Fifty Shades Of Grey”. Ian Somerhalder, Alexander Skarsgard, James Deen, Mila Kunis and Alexis Bledel have all been thrown out there as possible contenders for the racy roles.

There was a report making the rounds that Mila said she could have a “good time” with the role of Ana on the big screen, but don’t count her in just yet. “The Sun” said that Mila gave an interview where she expressed her interest in the role because “there are times when you just want to do something fun because you’re going to have a good time doing it.”

According to E!, Mila never even spoke to the tabloid about the casting rumors for the saucy movie.

But don’t pull out your whips and chains just yet, because a source tells E! News that Mila never even gave an interview to The Sun, meaning the quotes have no merit.

Kunis is the latest sexy star to pop up on the Fifty Shades casting couch. Emma Watson is rumored to be the current front-runner for the erotic franchise, and Anna Kendrick and fan favorite Alexis Bledel have also been named as potential hopefuls.

But even though the Sun’s story is false, there’s still a silver lining to the tabloid chatter: Kunis hasn’t denied that she wouldn’t be down for the erotic thriller.

As for an actor who has expressed a desire to star in the raunchy role (besides Ian Somerhalder, that is)?
Porn star and Lindsay Lohan’s Canyons costar James Deen recently told Entertainment Weekly that Christian Grey is a character he “could have a lot of fun with.”

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Who do you think would be a perfect fit for the roles of Anastasia and Christian? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments below!

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