After Universal Pictures released the "Fifty Shades of Grey" trailer on Cinemacon, YouTube trailers made my fans are taking over the Internet gaining more than 2 million views. The 3-minute video is a fan-made spoof that features "Fifty Shades" star Jamie Dornan and co-star Dakota Johnson.
The original trailer of the E.L. James' book adaptation is not yet available to the public, but according to critics, the sexy, new preview focus more on the romance and not on the kinky side of the movie. "Nobody outside the studio has seen a frame of footage," says Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley after the studio presented the big reveal on Cinemacon, reports Belfast Telegraph.
The fake "Fifty Shades of Grey" trailer features footages of the two lead stars spliced together using their previous movies and television advertisements. The fan-made trailer also included a few shots from an erotic film, some shots from Ryan Reynolds' Hugo Boss advertisement and footage of an Audi car.
Jamie Dornan on How 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Changed His Life
After being recognised for his role in Belfast-based TV show "The Fall," Jamie Dornan is gaining more followers when he landed the most coveted role as Christian Grey in the movie of E.L. James' erotic bestseller. Very far from his role as series killer Paul Spector, Dornan plays a BDSM-loving billionaire who seduced the young Anastasia Steele.
Now that the production of the film is officially over, the 31-year-old actor is busy for the premiere of his new TV show, "New Worlds." Proving that he can also play as a dashing action hero, Dornan is the new lead of Channel 4's upcoming epic TV series.
A sequel to 2008's "The Devil's Whore," "New Worlds" is a raw historical drama that follows the life of outlaw leader Abe played by Dornan who steals from the rich to give to the poor. "He's a renegade who's determined to make England a true republic," says the Northern Ireland lad.
Now that projects are pouring, Jamie admits that his career has never been better, but aside from that everything is still normal. "In terms of professionally doing a job that's well received, it helps, but otherwise nothing's changed," he revealed in an interview with Express.
"I don't get recognised much, except when somebody shouted, 'There's that serial killer!' at me—which provoked an interesting reaction," he says.
"New Worlds" is set to premiere on Tuesday, Channel 4 at 9 pm.