Updated 05:10 AM EDT, Tue, Apr 20, 2021

'Fifty Shades of Grey' Movie Cast, Release Date & Trailer: Topless Jamie Dornan Reveals Sex Tastes to Dakota Johnson in Hot Teaser

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With "Fifty Shades of Grey" just a few days away, more and more details have been released, and as a treat, the "Today" show is giving the ultimate tease by releasing a new clip every day until the movie actually takes the box office by storm.

The most sexual so far, according to MTV, is the one from Wednesday, where the millionaire Christian Grey (played by Jamie Dornan) reveals to his partner, Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson), his "singular" bedroom tastes.

In the clip, Christian tells Ana that he "doesn't do romance," and understandably, that statement left the college student looking worried, so Christian then explains, "My tastes are very singular. You wouldn't understand."

And as with any girl in love with a rich, handsome boy, Ana replies, "Enlighten me, then."

Of course, Christian and Ana's story is nothing but complicated, and as revealed in Tueday's "Today" clip, he's as taken with her as she was with him.

With the "50 Shades" frenzy getting hotter and hotter as its release date gets nearer, different countries have given it different ratings: According to BBC, UK has given it an R18 rating, while Entertainmentwise noted that it has been banned in Malaysia, and with the Sydney Morning Herald saying that it's classified MA in Australia, meaning it can't be viewed by children under 15 without a parent or guardian present.

But exactly how much sex scene is there in the film? SMH said it will only take about a fifth of the film, so it's about 20 minutes of the 100-minute running time, which sounds a lot, but then again, "a lot" is relative in this sense considering that "50 Shades" is known for its erotic nature.

When the book from which the film is based upon was released in 2011, it drew attention for its depiction of BDSM sex, and quickly became a hit. However, it wasn't smooth-sailing to turn the best-selling series into a film, as director Sam Taylor-Johnson admitted that her relationship with the author has been a bit on the difficult side.

She said about her relationship with James, "It was difficult, I'm not going to lie. We definitely fought, but they were creative fights, and we would resolve them. We would have proper on-set barneys (bust-ups), and I'm not confrontational, but it was about finding a way between the two of us, satisfying her vision of what she'd written as well as my need to visualise this person on-screen, but, you know, we got there."

And there they got, with the film all wrapped up with chains and whips, just in time for Valentine's Day. Are you going to watch the controversial film?

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