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Monday 25 May 2015

Beyonce for Fifty Shades soundtrack

Beyonce has hinted she is involved in the new Fifty Shades of Grey movie.

The singer has posted a teaser trailer to the new film - starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson as raunchy lovers Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele - on her Instagram account.

The short clip features a slow and sexy remix of Beyonce's hit Crazy In Love, with some heavy breathing and the singer's voice breathlessly sighing the line: "Uh-oh, uh-oh, oh no-no."

The video features a brooding Jamie Dornan staring out of the window with his back to the camera, tapping his fingers meaningfully on the windowsill, Anastasia sliding her dress up her legs as she sits at a desk and finally a door being unlocked.

Irish hunk Jamie plays billionaire heartthrob Christian Grey in the big screen adaptation of EL James' hit erotic novel. The movie - directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson - is set to bring to life the story of his steamy affair with Anastasia Steele, the young college student he seduces.

Beyonce's clip teases: "This Thursday... the worldwide phenomenon... comes to life."

The official trailer is due to be released on Thursday July 24, while the film will open cinemas on 14 February 2015.

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