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If the version of Fifty Shades of Grey that hit theaters over Valentine's Day weekend wasn't steamy enough for you, prepare yourselves for the unrated DVD release set for May 1.

The new teaser trailer for the unrated version doesn't allude to how the at-home version will end, but it does include never-before-seen interviews with cast and crew, including Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, who give insight into their characters' tumultuous relationship.

"Essentially it is two people who've fallen in love with each other and there's massive hurdles in the way, things that have happened that have shaped him in ways of sort of great magnitude," Dornan explains of his character's struggle to fully open himself to Anastasia.

Johnson adds, "Christian and Ana meet each other, and they both happen to be each other's Achilles' heel. I don't think that his power or wealth has anything to do with what she feels for him. It's the way he sees her."

50 Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades of Grey, Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson

Universal Pictures and Focus Features

But with an unrated version, fans can probably expect a much more racy movie. Prior to being given an R-rating, many, including director Sam Taylor-Johnson, believed Fifty Shades of Grey would receive an NC-17 rating as a result of its graphic sex scenes. 

It had been reported that Taylor-Johnson and author E.L. James feuded while on-set of the highly successful film, which even included debates over how the movie should end. Taylor-Johnson opened up about their tension in Porter magazine, calling it "difficult."

"We definitely fought, but they were creative fights and we would resolve them. We would have proper on-set barneys, and I'm not confrontational, but it was about finding a way between the two of us, satisfying her vision of what she'd written as well as my need to visualize this person on screen, but, you know, we got there," she explained.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed that the author and director even squabbled about the theatrical ending of the film, with James ultimately deciding the movie's final words.  

Will you be picking up a copy of the unrated DVD? Sound off in the comments below!