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‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Gets R Rating: Official Trailer Released


"Fifty Shades Darker" recently received an 'R' rating despite its strong sexual content and graphic nudity, according to an E! News.  The news surfaced after the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) confirmed the rating.  

At first, people were worried that "Fifty Shades Darker" will get a NC-17 rating, that completely prohibits young adults, 17 years below, to watch the movie. However, fans of the franchise should not be worried about the rating of the film. An 'R' rating allows children 17 years younger to see such movies provided they're accompanied by adults, be it their guardians of parents.

MPAA's final decision on the rating of the film came up after the release of the official trailer.

In a US Weekly report, the "Fifty Shades Darker" official trailer made everyone crave for more. It has revealed more than what to expect from the movie. Everyone had seen the hot and sexy shower scene of Jamie Dornan (Christian Grey) and Dakota Johnson (Ana/ Anastasia Steele).

Other than the steamy sexy scenes, there is more to see. To those who haven't read the book, there is more to discover in the life of Christian.

 A report by Popsugar  uncovered some of the most awaited events in "Fifty Shades Darker".

Ana and Christian will live away from each other as Ana started with her job in a publishing house. After they got back together, Christian will screw up Ana's career. In this sequel, Mrs. Robinson or Elena Lincoln will finally show up. After a dangerous stalker has been thrown out, Christian will then propose to Ana.

In addition, expect to see plenty of nudity in the movie. More of nude scenes are from Ana and a shirtless Christian with some exposure of his back. It isn't fair though as some others think.

What's more exciting is the part where Ana said that there should be no more rules, punishments, and secrets. What does this mean?

Surely, everyone is excited for the official release of the film and it's only a few months away before it hits the theater on Feb. 10, 2017.

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