William Levy Wants 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Role After Discovering What Kinky Fans Have Been Enjoying

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There has been enough casting rumours about  the 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' movie to fill a Stadium Of Pain, let alone the room of the novel.

We're pretty sure Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson won't be playing Christian and Anastasia together, not least because asking Rob to give Kristen a good whipping might not be the best idea right now.

Other stars have hedged their bets, either saying that they'll wait for the script, stated ignorance of the novel, or like Channing Tatum demanded that his wife's involved. One star who's actually said he's read the book and would "love" the role is Dancing With The Stars hunk William Levy.

Levy told Celebuzz: "I have heard about it. Every day I hear about it," said Levy on the naughty books by E.L. James, continuing: "Some girls came up to me and said you should play this... and I didn’t have an idea, [of the book], Levy said.

“But when I started reading it, I looked at these women in a different way let me tell you,” he continued, perhaps a little bit perturbed with what fans were asking of him.

However perhaps the latino hip-swerver isn't as put off by the idea as you might think as he also said:“You know if the opportunity comes for me to play this role I would play it. I would love to do it.”

Although in the books Christian is caucasian we're sure William's acting skills can serve him well. Fans of the books, may have found a Christian Grey who understands their love of the books, and genuinely wants the role.

Perhaps however the very act of cowing to fans demands to play the role, makes him not enough of a dominant character to play the sado-masochistic billionaire.

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