Fifty Shades Of Grey Filming 'Upsets Residents'
Movie version of erotic novel reported to have got locals' backs up in Vancouver...
Residents of the Vancouver neighbourhood where the movie version of Fifty Shades Of Grey is being filmed are reported to have taken exception to the disruption being caused.
E! News reports that a rain machine has been annoying locals - and that one man in particular has been sabotaging filming.
A source said: "Neighbours at the building were upset over the noise and water flying everywhere.
"An older man continued to ruin scenes by opening his window and shaking a cowbell. He did not stop until they came to some sort of a resolution with producers.
"Another person in the building told production that if any water comes into his house, they will have to pay for the water damage.
"Residents are not happy with them shooting there. Eventually they met half way with the cowbell resident — they had to move the rain machine to another location."
Meanwhile star Dakota Johnson is reported to have struck up a friendship with a dog on the set.
E! reports that "she follows the dog around everywhere" and says: "After ending the hardware scene, Dakota jumped back out of the SUV that Max Martini (Christian Grey's bodyguard) put her in during the scene, to go over and see the furry cutie."
Rita Ora recently shared a snap of herself seemingly in character for the movie.