With countless reports on “Fifty Shades Darker” filming and even affair rumors between lead stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, isn’t it high time that we see an official “Fifty Shades Darker” trailer?
Fans of “Fifty Shades Darker” should not fret. A trailer will be out sooner than later. What more, if fans are worried about the amout of sex going overboard in “Fifty Shades Darker,” they’ll be pleased to know that the movie will focus on love more than than just sex.
According to Melty, the “Fifty Shades Darker” trailer might be released a few days from now.
Via tweet, a fan asked the famous author of the trilogy, E. L. James, about the exact release date of the “Fifty Shades of Grey” sequel’s teaser video to which she replied, “I think the Fall – but I don’t really know – you’ll need to ask @UniversalPics.”
Despite the fact that Universal Pictures neither denied nor confirmed James’ revelation, fans can already look forward to a movie that will talk about love more rather than just featuring the lovers having steamy bed scenes.
The report noted that “Fans who thought that ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ was more sex than love story, will be happy to know that is all going to change in the second movie,” which is the “Fifty Shades Darker.”
Meanwhile, it appeared that there is more to the love story of Jamie Dornan’s and Dakota Johnson’s roles as Bella Heathcote’s “twisted” character, Leila Williams, is anticipated to bring more complication to the film’s plot, Front Row Features reported.
When asked how “pretty twisted” she could get in “Fifty Shades Darker,” the 29-year-old pointed out that “it’s further down the spectrum but she’s also just a girl who’s grief-stricken and heartbroken.”
“I feel like grief can make people do pretty crazy things,” she added. “And if you’re already not in a good place to begin with, it sends you off the deep end.”
She insisted, though, that her character is never a psychopath.
Keep posted for more “Fifty Shades Darker” news and updates and watch out for the final release date of its trailer.