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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.

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 but the re­turn of Jack puts them in jeop­ardy. They rely on body­guards to keep them safe while Ana has un­fin­ished busi­ness with Elena Lin­coln (Kim Basinger), who se­duced Chris­tian when he was 15.

It’s time for Mrs Steele-grey (ho ho!) to stand by her man.

Dakota John­son as Anas­ta­sia Steele and Jamie Dor­nan as Chris­tian Grey

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