"Fifty Shades Freed" Opening Night Comes With A Blood-Pumping Pop-Up Immersive Museum Of Pain And Pleasure
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan might be reprising their roles as Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey for the last time in the final Fifty Shades of Grey installment, but the on-screen couple is making sure they leave their audiences fully satisfied once the credits start to roll.
Picking up from the couple's life-changing wedding, Fifty Shades Freed is the last film to be released from the franchise based on E. L. James' novels. Dakota and Jamie, along with fellow cast members Brant Daugherty, Eloise Mumford, Ashleigh LaThrop, Robinne Lee, and Arielle Kebbel, stunned on the red carpet as they posed for photographs for the press and eager fans watching from the sidelines.
Deviating from usual opening night gimmicks, Fifty Shades Freed's special advanced screening was made more exciting by the launch of a blood-pumping pop-up interactive museum called "F I F T Y: Fifty Shades Brought to Life."
The immersive experience is a six-room exhibition that literally allows the film's fanatics to step into the world of Anastasia and Christian—complete with props, costumes, and custom art pieces used during production. The trilogy's most memorable sets—which you can explore at length—are rumored to be recreated at the museum, too.
While Universal isn't offering too many details about the experience, they assure the biggest of fans that this will be more than a simple "thank you" for the support they've offered since the beginning of the franchise.
"F I F T Y" is open from February 2 to 4, and is located on House on Sunset, 9169 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood. Fans may enter free of charge as walk-ins, while others may also come as pre-registered visitors.
Fifty Shades Freed will hit Manila theaters on February 7, in time for Valentine's Day.