Fifty Shades of Grey Movie: Steamy Honeymoon Scene in Spain, Producers Afraid it Will Turn Into a Disney Movie [VIDEO/PHOTOS]

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By charmaine corne clutton | January 6, 2014 11:57 AM EST

The cast of E.L James' bestselling novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" has finally started filming. The stars of the movie, Dakota Johnson who plays the role of Anastasia Steele and Jamie Dornan, who plays Christian Grey have already begun the erotic movie adaptation.

Recent reports have been saying that Dakota Johnson's real life "Christian Grey" boyfriend, has been utterly jealous of her doing all the sexy, steamy and chemistry building scenes on the movie with co-star Jamie Dornan.

The movie is currently filming the "honeymoon" scene in Spain, particularly in Tenerife found in the Canary Islands. Various reports have said that Dakota Johnson has been working out and doing juice cleanses in order to get into shape for the steamy, erotic scenes between her and Jamie Dornan. The two would not be wearing much of any clothes for that matter during most of the scenes if the producers are to stay true to the book, in which reports have said that they are "afraid it might turn into a Disney movie."

According to Star Magazine, a source had revealed saying that the reason for filming in various locations such as Spain would help in making the movie look and feel a lot like what reader's of E.L James' book had imagined:

"Fifty Shades of Grey producers know they have to make the screen version just as steamy as the novel to make it a success. They can't turn it into a Disney movie."

They certainly would not want to turn this into a Disney movie since the book gained popularity because of it being an erotic novel. 

Fans can be sure to have everything from the book into the movie in which they would fall in love once again with Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey.

Watch a fan made video of "Fifty Shades of Grey" that went viral here: Fifty Shades of Grey | (2015) Red Band Teaser Trailer (Jamie Dornan/Dakota Johnson)

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