Fifty Shades of Grey trailer reveals more erotic drama

A new, steamy, two and a half minute tease for the erotic drama is more intense and seductive than the first.

Highly anticipated, full-length trailer turns up the heat and reveals more of Christian Grey's backstory

A new, steamy trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey is more intense and seductive than the first sneak-peek that came out in July.

The movie's second trailer premiered Thursday night during an episode of ABC's Scandal, tantalizing fans with an opening shot of a shirtless Christian Grey, dressing in front of a meticulously organized closet.

  • On mobile? Watch the Fifty Shades trailer here.

The video cuts to the infamous job interview at Grey House (with a shot of the building's exterior, a transformed office tower in Vancouver), and finally Anastasia Steele and Grey's courtship with scenes of naughtiness in the bedroom involving whips, blindfolds, and handcuffs.

The soundtrack is the new Beyoncé song Haunting. The first Fifty Shades teaser featured a version of the pop star's hit Crazy In Love.

Audiences also learn more of Grey's backstory, specifically his "rough start in life".

Fifty Shades of Grey the movie is based on E.J. James' wildly popular erotic book series about a college grad who gets swept up by a mysterious and handsome entrepreneur. The couple, played by actors Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, engage in a daring affair driven by dark desires.

The film is due out in theatres on Valentine's Day 2015.


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