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Official 'Fifty Shades of Grey' movie poster released featuring Jamie Dornan

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The first official movie poster for "Fifty Shades of Grey" was released on Jan 24, over a year before the film will hit the big screen. Fans can gaze at Mr. Grey himself, as Jamie Dornan stands tall in the photo which has the tag line, "Mr. Grey will see you now." Those five words can make a girl's heart flutter at the prospect of seeing Christian Grey on Valentine's Day 2015.

While a year seems like forever to some, "Fifty Shades of Grey" is going to be everywhere soon enough. This is the first release in a long line of expected promotions. There are no official announcements from Focus Features or Universal, but teaser trailers can be expected in just a few months.

Filming is still underway in Vancouver and local photographers have taken advantage of the outdoor scenes, sharing set photos with fans. It is apparent that team Fifty is not trying to keep production under wraps, likely because they know fans are excited to see Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson in their roles as Christian and Ana. With rumors that chemistry between the actors is pretty hot and filming is running smoothly, there is no reason to hide them away.

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