Raised in the countryside just outside of Shamokin, Bob graduated from Our Lady of Lourdes Regional High School in Coal Township in 1998 and (after a two and a half year stop at Allentown College/DeSales University in Center Valley) graduated from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove in 2002.
Bob is engaged and has two sons: Brodey and Cade.
The writer of the film adaption of Fifty Shades of Grey says she's aiming for an NC-17 rating.
Kelly Marcel, the woman who's writing the script for the first installment, says, quote, "It’s going to be raunchy. We are 100% going there."
Not every sex scene can be represented in a 90-minute movie. Marcel says, quote, "We did go through and decide which are our favorites and which are not. Most of them are in there, but I can’t say more than that."
Here's something to note: while she may be writing an NC-17 script that doesn't mean an NC-17 movie will result from it. The studio will decide how far the movie goes.
And as you can probably guess, it's hard to get NC-17 movies into theaters. And if you don't get "Fifty Shades" into theaters, you're saying goodbye to massive box office revenue. What studio is going to do that?