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Fifty Shades of Black': Marlon Wayans Talks Female-Skewing Parodies and Drinks with E.L. James

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With ‘Fifty Shades of Black’ getting ready to hit movie theatres, Marlon Wayans spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about the new movie, female-skewing parodies, and more.

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The comedian admits that his interest in the ‘50 Shades Of Grey’ franchise stemmed from his curiosity about the book. ‘When I had seen women on the plane reading this book and just getting so hot and bothered, I was like, what is in this?!’ he said in an interview. ‘Part of me was reading it because I wanted to learn something, because, you know, women, I always want to please you guys.’

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After he read the book he immediately got started on the parody. ‘For us, mockery is the best form of flattery, and you want the people that you're sending up to probably laugh the hardest’ he revealed. Although it is a parody he doesn’t think that it will offend fans of the original film.

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Wayans said that he actually bumped into the author of the original book, E.L James, and that they had drinks together!

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After he read the book he immediately got started on the parody. ‘For us, mockery is the best form of flattery, and you want the people that you're sending up to probably laugh the hardest’ he revealed. Although it is a parody he doesn’t think that it will offend fans of the original film.

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Wayans said that he actually bumped into the author of the original book, E.L James, and that they had drinks together!

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