'Fifty Shades Darker' Spoilers: Extended Trailer Unveiled During 'The Bachelor' Premiere Teases Christian-Ana Steamy Scenes [VIDEO]
Fifty Shades Darker will feature more steamy scenes now that Christian and Anastasia are back together.
Universal Studios treats the movie goers by dropping a new extended trailer of Fifty Shades Darker on New Year's Day. While viewers were busy watching The Bachelor on Monday, they were surprised to see Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) and Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) on a new promo video.
The fans can expect to see more steamy scenes in the movie sequel of E.L. James' Fifty Shades Trilogy as Christian is trying to get Anastasia back in his arms. As the business-savvy guy invited the character played by Johnson, the latter agreed to join him but only because she feels hungry, according to Variety.
However, things are going to be okay between the two. While Fifty Shades Darker official soundtrack sung by Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik, I Don't Want to Live Forever, plays in the background, Anastasia can be heard saying, "This time, no rules, no punishments, and no more secrets."
The couple looks very happy while they are enjoying a series of dates, displaying PDA, as she admitted that she's "never been happier."
But it looks like things would turn darker with the appearance of a mysterious woman following Christian and Anastasia. From there, the tagline "Every fairy tale has a dark side" is seen in the trailer.
It appears that the lady who is following them is his ex Leila Williams (Bella Heathcoate). She can be seen holding a gun and looks very submissive having a hard time to move on from their former affair.
Daily Mail Online reported that Anastasia can see her from her sleep and quickly gone after a blink in Fifty Shades Darker. Later, she faced her rival, then she points a gun at her asking what does she have that she doesn't have. From here, Christian emerged and can be heard saying, he could never forgive himself if something bad happens to her.
Fifty Shades Darker will soon invade theaters worldwide on Feb. 10, 2017.