Fifty Shades of Grey fans, prepare yourselves! The sequel to the wildly popular book-turned-movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, has its first teaser trailer!
This is not a drill!
According to Us Weekly, before Universal Pictures has even hired a new director or begun rolling on the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel, Fifty Shades Darker, a fan has released what is believed to be the official first movie teaser trailer!
Fans of the popular franchise only just got a look at Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey in Fifty Shades Darker after Universal Pictures released the first promo photo featuring Christian Grey putting on a black mask. The teaser trailer is much of the same.
The clip is only 29 seconds long and, according to E! News, shows Christian suiting up in a formal tux and putting on the black mask seen in the promo photo. White text flashes across the screen, reading “Are you ready for something darker?”, leaving fans who haven’t read the books to wonder just what is coming next.
While the clip wasn’t post online by Universal Pictures, or by the author of the books, E.L. James, it was posted to YouTube by a fan, and you can check it out here!
Understandably, since the video was posted online fans have gone wild! Just check out the Twitter reactions for yourself!
@eonline Jamie you are so gourgeus!
— Maria patricia (@marypatryto) April 30, 2015
— Valerie Katulka (@valkatt) April 30, 2015
— Rebecca S. Watson (@Rebecca1209) April 30, 2015
FIFTY SHADES DARKER TEASER TRAILER WHAT OMG
— lea (@leabrionesx) April 26, 2015
While the first movie in the Fifty Shades of Grey series received mixed reviews, there is no denying the fact that it was a major box office hit, earning $165.99 million in the United States and another $568.8 million worldwide.
The official Fifty Shades of Grey Twitter account recently tweeted that Fifty Shades Darker is expected on February 10, 2017, while the final installment in the series, Fifty Shades Freed, is expected to be released on February 9, 2018.
Will you be checking out the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel?
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