Blindfolds, shackles and jet skis! First demeanour during Fifty Shades Freed …
November 23, 2017 - Fifty Shades of Grey
A full trailer for Fifty Shades Freed is due for recover on Monday – and a producers are already formulating fad by effectively releasing a trailer for a trailer.
With so most build up, it is probable fans will raze with fad when a full film is finally expelled on 9 Feb 2018.
The teaser promises suspense, movement and intrigue in 8 seconds flat.
A speeding automobile is seen slicing in front of a outrageous truck, while Ana looks concerned during a wheel.
Then shots uncover Christian restraining a blindfold over Ana’s eyes – before handcuffing her opposite a wall and kissing her – all a while a thespian statement: “Final Trailer Monday” flashes opposite a screen.
E L James, a designer behind a strike mummy-porn phenomenon, has also taken to amicable media to provoke a new film.
“We’ve saved a best compartment last…” she wrote on Twitter, pity a brief trailer of a trailer.
Fans took to amicable media to demonstrate fad about a consummate of a critically maligned (but box bureau profitable) film series.
“OMG we only roar so aloud when we saw this, people during work wondered what was wrong,” one fan commented on Twitter after witnessing a teaser trailer.
Another typed: “I’m so excited!”
While another voiced a fear of a array ending, tweeting: “I wish @FiftyShades will have one of those fan assistance lines for people to call once february is over.”
The initial Fifty Shades film, patrician Fifty Shades of Grey, premiered in Feb 2015, destined by British artist Sam Taylor Johnson and going on to sum over £436 million during a tellurian box bureau notwithstanding a vicious mauling.