September 19, 2013 8:48 AM EST
'Fifty Shades of Grey' Movie: Chloe Bridges Reveals Film Has Sexually Explicit Content [PHOTOS]
Fans who have read the erotica novel of E.L. James, "Fifty Shades of Grey," certainly won't be disappointed with the film. Actress Chloe Bridges, who had auditioned for the part of Anastasia Steele, claims the script had contained graphic sexual content. This only means that, like the novels, the film, too, will have an equally fair share of sexually explicit content.
It's no surprise that the film adaptation of E.L. James best-selling erotica novel, "Fifty Shades of Grey" would contain sexually explicit content. Some readers may have handled this quite easily, but for actress Chloe Bridges, the film's dialogue has gone overboard.
Known for her roles in "Camp Rock 2" and "The Carrie Diaries," Chloe Bridges auditioned for the part of Anastasia Steele. Yet, due to the amount of graphic sexual content and her discomfort with the script, Chloe failed the audition.
"There were three pages of sides that I was going to audition with. I read them and then was like, I really can't do this. If you read these three pages of sides, you would die," stated Bridges in an interview with Cosmopolitan.
"The [audition] scene was, like, the girl telling her friends about some sexcapade she had. But it goes into extreme detail and uses the word sperm a couple times. I was like, 'I don't know guys, I have to go home to my grandparents' house in a few months at Christmas; I don't know if I can do this.' It was intense," continued Bridges.
The sexually graphic content might have affected Chloe Bridges, but it definitely didn't seem to faze Charlie Hunnam and Dakota Johnson's attention. Of course, Chloe had nothing but compliments to say for the films' lead stars.
"Mad props to the people who are going to do it," stated Chloe, adding, "You had to be able to take it seriously and not laugh or turn bright red."
With Chloe having stated the film contains sexually graphic content, it seemed the rumoured NC-17 rating for the film could be true. However, according to USA Today, producers of the film won't "push the sexual content" that would potentially inflict damage on the films' box office number.