Things get sexier in 'Fifty Shades Freed' trailer

by Abel Hampton November 7, 2017, 0:21
Things get sexier in 'Fifty Shades Freed' trailer

It teases Ana (Dakota Johnson) and Christian (Jamie Dornan) celebrating the bliss of married life.

But yes, Mr. and Mrs. And when Christian informs Ana that her he'll pick her up from work at 5, she confidently replies, "I may not be done by then". Christian surprises his bride with a attractive new dream home he had built for her, but when the home's architect is a little too hands-on with Christian, Anastasia is having none of it, asking that she "please stop speaking to my husband as if I weren't here". The original film, Fifty Shades of Grey, based on the book series by E.L. James, debuted in 2015.

'Fifty Shades Freed is directed by Fifty Shades Darker's James Foley (Fear) and once again produced by Michael De Luca, Dana Brunetti and Marcus Viscidi, alongside E L James, the creator of the culture-spanning blockbuster series.

A one-minute-long teaser clip for the third film gave fans their first look at Ana and Christian's wedding when it was released back in September. Watch the trailer below. She adds, "Call me Mrs".

Proving that marriage and a whole lot of BDSM doesn't protect people from the evil that's around, things go from fantastic to disturbing as we see Jack Hyde (played by Eric Johnson) and Elena Lincoln (played by Kim Basinger) lurking in the shadows and terrorizing Ana in more ways than one.

The film opens in the USA on February 9, 2018, which is Valentine's Day weekend.


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