Fifty Shades of Grey trailer: First look at Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey
Dakota Johnson co-stars as innocent student Anastasia Steele
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The trailer begins with Anastasia being led into Christian Grey’s corporate office, where she is later seduced by him in the company lift.
Set to an exclusive version of Beyonce’s “Crazy Right Now”, the trailer goes on to show the vulnerable Anastasia being led into Christian Grey’s huge cupboard full of S&M items such as whips and chains.
Dornan and Johnson lead the cast, which also includes Rita Ora as Christian’s sister Mia and Jennifer Ehle as Anastasia’s mother Carla.
The Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy has sold over 100 million copies, making it one of the biggest and fastest-selling book series of all time.
Fifty Shades of Grey is due for release in the UK on 14 February 2015.
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