Fifty Shades fans, the end is almost near! After being teased for months with several clips of the final installment in the Fifty Shades trilogy, the official trailer has been released, and it gives us plenty to salivate over until its highly-anticipated premiere!
The worldwide phenomenon that began with a book series and later became one the highest-grossing film series, will be premiering its third film on Feb. 9, 2018 — just in time for Valentines Day! Fifty Shades Freed will pick up from where the second movie left off, with the two main characters, Ana Steele (Dakota Johnson) and Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan), walking down the aisle and becoming man and wife. It would seem to be the perfect ending to the whirlwind, fairytale romance; but, unfortunately, things aren't that simple.
The trailer shows the impending danger and threats the couple will face. Christian's ex-lover and former friend Elena Lincoln aka Mrs. Robinson (Kim Basinger) will return causing conflict between the couple. In addition, someone seems to be stalking the Greys and last but not least Jack Hyde (Eric Johnson), Ana's recently terminated employer will be back for revenge.
On a happier note, the Greys seem to be enjoying married life and nothing has changed in the erotic department, as Mr. Grey still has needs that his wife continues to provide him within his 'playroom'. The trailer implicates that there will be more scenes depicting the BDSM lifestyle Christian has introduced to Ana.
The film also stars Eloise Mumford, Rita Ora, Max Martini, Arielle Kebbel, and Marcia Gay Harden who portrays Christian's adoptive mother, Grace Trevelyan-Grey.
The film's leading lady, Dakota Johnson, spoke recently about the unexpected success and fame she acquired after filming the first two movies.
"It has been a very educational experience, both professionally and personally. I've gotten to deal with certain things in a more grown-up way. I have a better outlook on certain parts," the actress stated.
The first film was released in 2015 to mixed reviews but made over $571 million worldwide in box-office sales. The second film also received mixed reviews and was released in February of this year, earning $381 million.
Will you be watching Fifty Shades Freed?
Check out the official trailer for the movie!