We trust you, Christian Grey.

The newest trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey is more like 50 shades of hot!

The third TV spot for the hotly anticipated Valentine's Day film has been released just a week after the previous trailer, and we get even more glimpses at the sexy on-screen chemistry between Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan. Set to Beyoncé's song, "Haunted," the trailer kicks off with an assistant telling Anastasia the line that starts off the scandalous affair: "Mr. Grey will see you now."

Describing the titular character as "really smart, very intense and kind of intimidating," Anastasia then begins her heated affair with Christian, but the trailer reminds the excited viewers, "Love isn't always black or white."

"I don't do romance," Christian declares, while walking around shirtless. "My tastes are very singular."

The steamy montage that follows his firm statement indicates that Anastasia doesn't seem to mind his "singular" tastes, but the millions who have read E.L. James' best-selling book already know that!

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Prepare to see more touching, caressing and even some tying. You'll also get a glimpse into the grandiose life of the billionaire, whose helicopter Charlie Tango is shown front and center.

The final moments of the trailer show Christian, who is off-screen, placing a blindfold over Anastasia's eyes while asking the most important question of the series, "Do you trust me?"

In real life, however, the movie's stars have learned to trust one another completely, given the nature of the film in which they're starring.

"We got ourselves into situations that don't feel too natural and are not that easy," Dornan has said. "You need to have the trust there."

The important question is, does Johnson enjoy her sexy time spent with Dornan?

"It's not like a romantic situation. It's more, like, technical and choreographed," Johnson has explained of getting steamy with her hunky co-star. "It's like more of a task."


Don't worry he had a sense of humor about her comments.

"Cheers," Dornan said, pretending to feel slighted.

(E! and Universal Pictures and part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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