Fifty Shades of Grey: First Glimpse of 2015 Film

    January 25, 2014
    Kimberly Ripley
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Fifty Shades of Grey fans are getting their first tiny glimpse of what the upcoming film–due out on Valentine’s Day 2015–will entail. A new promotional poster, featuring a backwards Christian Grey overlooking a view of Seattle from his office. Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey looks dapper–for a backwards guy, anyway–in a finely tailored suit. The text on the poster reads, “Mr. Grey Will See You Now.”

The erotic drama is based upon author E.L. James’s novel, and stars, in addition to Dornan, Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele. Eloise Mumford plays Anastasia’s best friend Kate Kavanagh and Jennifer Ehle plays her mother, Carla. Max Martini plays Christian Grey’s bodyguard and Marcia Gay Harden plays his adoptive mother, Dr. Grace Trevelyan Grey.

Fans are no doubt bemoaning the fact that they still have more than a year until this film hits theaters, but will likely cling to this tiny tidbit of information and promotion the way housewives clung to the sexy scenes in–oh, wait. That’s what this film is based on.

Fifty Shades of Grey announced the release of this new poster via their Twitter account, and since then it has appeared it countless places across the internet.

Does the release of this poster make you long to see scenes featuring Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele engaging in acts of–well, if you’re not a housewife then you likely won’t care. At least that’s what the naysaying critics say about their idea of the book-to-film translation of Fifty Shades of Grey.

In the meantime fans of the books will simply have to wait until the next little fish is dangled above them on a string. Maybe it will be a new trailer or a sound byte from one of those secret fetish rooms.

Are you eagerly anticipating the release of Fifty Shades of Grey?

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  • Bimbo Country

    It is funny how American women will speak out against porn and then will turn right back around and read this book and watch this movie which is nothing but porn. I don't care. I just hate hypocrisy. Why doesn't America just admit the whole country is about sex. You can go out on the net and literally sex millions of women doing homemade porn and sex tapes. America is now a bimbo country.

    If is so funny, women complain about being sex objects and then they will go out of their way to make sure that they are viewed as sex objects. All so hypocritical.

  • tomigirl

    I am really looking forward to Fifty Shades of Gray, but am not expecting many surprises as I am a very open minded person that looks for a little wild when it comes to sex with my partner……