“Fifty Shades of Grey” has a cult following for a new generation of fans, with fans calling the film “lovely” and “beautiful”

PUMA, Calif.

— Fans of the “Fancy” franchise of books and movies have embraced the latest release from writer-director-writer-star-producer-director James Deen, who has found a cult audience with his latest installment in the series, “Fannie & Hudson.”

The film, which is set in the 1970s, follows a young woman who is taken in by a young man who she later marries, as well as a man who becomes her husband.

It has been viewed more than 11 million times on YouTube, with nearly 100,000 comments.

“Fifty Years” is an adaptation of the 1973 novel by William Goldman, “A Man for All Seasons.”

It is also a sequel to the 2003 film, “The Color Purple,” starring Jennifer Garner, that earned the film an Oscar nomination.

Deen’s “Familia” hit the big screen with a $27 million budget and has been watched more than 20 million times.

His latest movie, “Mudbound,” which is about the 2011-12 NBA season, is scheduled to open March 2, 2019.

Deen has been married to his wife, Ashley Judd, for almost two decades, dating back to the days when the couple was married at the time.

The couple have two children together.

A fan on Twitter called “Famous” actress Amy Schumer, who starred in the 2009 film “American Hustle,” called Deen “the greatest writer in the world.”

“I don’t even know where to begin, but I feel like I’m the greatest writer.

I can say that with absolute confidence,” she wrote.

“I feel like it’s my life’s mission.

My mission is to write better.

I don’t need anyone else’s input.

And I love my husband more than anyone.

It’s so good.”

Deen has become a star in the movie industry, where he is credited with writing the script for “Pulp Fiction.”

His latest film, a thriller called “A Dog’s Purpose,” has been the top-grossing film of all time, grossing more than $300 million.