Delayed gratification — Resisting a smaller but more immediate reward in order to receive a larger or more enduring reward later.
While progress seems slow to anxious FSoG fans, there is progress nonetheless.
- Producers Dana Brunetti and Michael DeLuca recently met with FSoG screenwriter Kelly Marcel.
- Yesterday, The Hollywood Reporter released a Q&A with Universal Chairman Adam Fogelson, the movie studio bringing the books to the big screen. To read the complete article, which includes a possible summer 2014 release of the first installment of the Fifty Shades trilogy, go here.
Q&A: Universal Chairman Wants ‘Fifty Shades’ for Summer 2014, More ‘Bourne’ and ‘Van Helsing’ Reboot http://shar.es/YMpYI
Retweeted by E L James–
No. We’re involved in a different project [the World War II drama Unbroken] with her. But we have had really, really interesting, great conversations with talented, serious filmmakers.
Let’s face it. We’re talking about Fifty here. Would we really want anything less than large and enduring? *raises glass* Here’s to delayed gratification ;)