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Marlon Wayans Explains To Ellen Why He Is 50 Shades of Scared!

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In an interview on the Ellen Show, Marlon Wayans spoke to host Ellen Degeneres about his upcoming parody film, ‘Fifty Shades of Black’. Things were going as expected but it wasn’t a true Ellen interview until Marlon got scared half to death!

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The actor was speaking to Ellen about his upcoming new film and revealed that when he first saw ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ he was expecting to learn something from it. ‘I had my pen and pad and I was like ‘We’re going to learn some freaky stuff today!’ and he did such basic moves,’ he revealed. ‘I already did that in high school.’

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After discussing a few more things, the interview starts to come to an end. As Marlon talks about the props being used in the movie, a man from behind slowly creeps his way towards the guest.

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The guy is dressed up in some provocative clothing and a black wig. He makes his way to the actor and yells at his victim.

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After discussing a few more things, the interview starts to come to an end. As Marlon talks about the props being used in the movie, a man from behind slowly creeps his way towards the guest.

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The guy is dressed up in some provocative clothing and a black wig. He makes his way to the actor and yells at his victim.

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