Fifty Shades of Grey fans are anxiously waiting to get their hands on more information about the films second installment, and according to sources, production is finally underway.
Due to an apparent on-going feud with author E. L. James, movie producer Sam Taylor Johnson quit the franchise and production for the Fifty Shades Darker film was delayed.
New reports have recently taken over the Internet and according to the Venture Capital Post, Universal execs have finally reached a deal with James and production is expected to begin shortly.
On Tuesday, the site mentioned that James will be writing the film's new script and casting for the new film has already been finalized.
It was recently reported that James wanted more control over the film and allegedly she and Johnson weren't in a good space.
Producer Dana Brunetti sat down with the Hollywood Reporter to dish about the rumors surrounding the drama and he gave the real story and said the reports were blown way out of proportion.
"This got blown out of proportion because anything with Fifty Shades in the headline got attention. Big whoop. There's disagreements every f---ing day, every setup, every shot. The press just ran with this and blew it into a much bigger issue than it ever was."
Actors Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson have been told to plan on an early 2016 shoot for a 2017 release.
Universal has yet to announce an official release date for the new film, so be sure to check in for more updates on the cast and the film.