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Fifty Shades Freed
The rump and pump of EL James' literary threesome, adapted for the screen by Kelly Marcel and the author's husband, Niall Leonard, comes to a headboard-thumping climax in Fifty Shades Freed, directed by James Foley. When we left heroine Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) at the end of Fifty Shades Darker, her riding crop-wielding beau - buff billionaire Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) - had just emerged unscathed from crash-landing his helicopter, and lecherous fiction editor Jack Hyde (Eric Johnson) was poised to wreak revenge on Ana for getting him the sack for sexual harassment. In the third and final picture, Ana walks down the aisle to Christian in front of friends and family including his mother Grace (Marcia Gay Harden), brother Elliot (Luke Grimes) and sister Mia (Rita Ora). The happy couple look forward to building a new life together in a luxurious home designed by architect Gia Matteo (Arielle Kebbel) but the return of Jack during the honeymoon puts both Ana and Christian in jeopardy. They rely on bodyguards Jason Taylor (Max Martini) and Luke Sawyer (Brant Daugherty) to keep them safe while Ana has unfinished business with Elena Lincoln (Kim Basinger), the woman who seduced Christian when he was 15 and refuses to let him go. It's time for Mrs Steele-Grey (ho ho!) to stand by her man.