james foley


CNN analyst used Daniel Pearl’s 2002 death to slam Obama. He was a state senator then.

  • It’s always a good idea to check your facts before you try to badmouth someone.
  • On Monday evening, CNN analyst Kayleigh McEnany slammed former president Barack Obama for golfing after the beheading of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
  • “You had President Obama, who after I believe it was the beheading of Daniel Pearl, spoke to how upset he was about that, then rushed off to a golf game,” she said. “I think when we’re in a state of war, when we’re in a state of mourning, you should take time off from golfing.” Read more. (3/28/17, 9:26 AM)

                          “Fifty shades darker” on DVD

Contents of the CD:

  1. Version of the film in theaters
  2. Director’s version of the film, which is longer than this by 13 minutes
  3. Cut scenes, which 45 minutes long!
  4. Teaser of “Fifty Shades Freed”
  5. Video of masquerade ball in VR (360°) version
  6. Behind the scenes
  7. Interview with the cast and filmmakers

You can order it on Amazon: [here]

It was a very harmonious adventure mainly because Jamie and Dakota had developed a relationship since the last movie and even they told me when they really bonded on the publicity tour that went on for a long for a long time and the kind of craziness started. So by the time we started they were very tight and made each other laugh. Jamie was incredibly protective of her, of Dakota.
—  James Foley (Fifty Shades Darker Premiere)
The easiest scene to film was, surpisingly, when Christian flipped Ana over with the spreader bar. I don´t know why it was the easiest, but it was. The day before, we had our BDSM expert there showing us how to do this and do that, and I thought, Man this is gonna be hard tomorrow. And I don´t know what happened. I came to the set, Dakota´s in this great mood, like bouncing on the bed saying, “Let´s do this!” And we did it very quickly and (Dakota and Christian) were having a very good time. I mean, she was just giggling all over the place. So that one was easy.
—  James Foley