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Fifty Shades of Grey First Movie Poster Revealed, Features Jamie Dornan: Picture

First Fifty Shades of Grey poster with Jamie Dornan
The first Fifty Shades of Grey movie poster was revealed via Twitter on Friday, Jan. 24; "Mr. Grey Will See You Now" it reads, with a photo of star Jamie Dornan's backside

He's arrived! The first movie poster for the highly-anticipated film Fifty Shades of Grey has been released, with its leading man Jamie Dornan taking center stage.

"Mr. Grey will see you now," the film's official Twitter page tweeted on Friday, Jan. 24. "Start the countdown to Valentine’s Day 2015! #FiftyShades #ChristianGrey."

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In the teaser poster, Dornan — who plays the tormented Christian Grey opposite Dakota Johnson's Anastastia Steele — shows off his backside as he peers outside a window from his office. The 31-year-old actor has his hands in his pockets with the headline "MR. GREY WILL SEE YOU NOW" written above him.

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Dornan and Johnson, 24, have been photographed several times together while filming scenes from E.L. James' erotic novel on the Vancouver, Canada set. On Jan. 16, the costars filmed when Grey gifts the doe-eyed and innocent Steele with a new car. On Jan. 22, the pair was photographed taping the famous hardware scene. Johnson was also spotted having a one-on-one with director Sam Taylor-Johnson at the time.

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Although it gets hot and steamy between the two characters in James' trilogy, producer Michael De Luca recently told Deadline that the book's sex scenes may be toned down a bit for the big screen. "We're very conscious of not making anything gratuitous or exploitive while being faithful to the stories of the book and to the fans of the book," he said.

He continued: "Obviously the film can't be as explicit as the book," he added. "A picture is worth a 1000 words. So to be erotic onscreen means I think an image is going to have way more power than reading the words on a page."

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