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We have a feeling the Parents Television Council may have less of a problem with the following version of the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer than they had with the original.

That's because it involves kittens.

Created by The Pet Collective, the footage features one cat acting as Jamie Dornan's Christian Grey and one cat acting as Dakota Johnson's Anastasia Steele. It also involves a lot of talk about abs.

It's both disturbing and hilarious. You can decide which reaction you have to the cute/weird teaser now:

Earlier this week, Fifty Shades of Grey combined with Frozen for a different kind of preview for the ages.

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The first Fifty Shades of Grey trailer was released last month, and it was either titillating, unintentionally funny or just plain vanilla, depending on your point of view.

This parody is none of the above, but darned if it isn't just as fun if not more to watch the Fifty Shades trailer audio layered over clips from the movie Frozen.

Christian Grey loves to let it go ... if you know what we mean!

(Let us know if you do, we're not sure that made any sense).

Middle-aged moms forced to watch Frozen for the 10 millionth time whilst daydreaming about Christian ransacking them can now experience both! Sort of!

Someone synced the visuals with the 50 Shades dialogue so perfectly, it's almost as if the Disney characters are animated versions of Christian and Ana.

Only unlike his Disney stand-in, Mr. Grey doesn't do romance.

The only clips that couldn't be reenacted with material featuring the icy fairy tale's hero and heroine were the brief snippets of Christian's red room of pain.

That's probably for the best. See below.

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For those of us of a certain age, Saved by the Bell was on TV pretty much round-the-clock during our formative years.

This was before the Internet, of course. Our entertainment options were limited, and so Zack, Kelly, and (to a lesser extent) Screech helped guide us through the rocky waters of adolescence.

But while the students of Bayside High were enjoying problem-free lives under sunny SoCal skies (We assume. The show was all interiors.), the cast themselves were struggling with hormones, romantic rivalries, and the dude who played being a Screech being a total douche.

Thankfully, the Lifetime network is bringing those scandalous days to life with The Unauthorized Saved By The Bell.

Check out the trailer above. If the clothes don't bring you back to 1990, the Bel Biv Devoe soundtrack certainly will.

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The first trailer for Into The Woods is here.

The upcoming blockbuster will be a musical that opens on Christmas Day and is based on the Stephen Sondheim play that intertwines classic stories from various Brothers Grimm fairy tales... although there's no actual music in the preview.

Still, there are shots of Meryl Streep as a witch, along with Emily Blunt as the Baker’s Wife; Johnny Depp as the Wolf; Tracy Ullman as Jack’s Mother; Anna Kendrick as Cinderella; Chris Pine as Cinderella’s Prince; and Christine Baranski as Cinderella’s stepmother.

Yes, this is an All-Star cast if there ever were one. Check out the first footage now:

Over the past several days, movie fans have already been treated to:

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More than a year and a half after the project was announced, the Fifty Shades of Grey movie trailer hit the web last week, and it did not disappoint.

Well, unless you're an actual BDSM enthusiast, in which case you are probably LOLing at Christian Grey. But for the fans of the book? Gracious!

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Christian prepares to WORK Ana like you'd expect in a marvelous GIF from the Fifty Shares of Grey trailer.

While certainly titillating on some level, the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer definitely brings the cheese factor, not dissimilarly to the source material by E.L. James.

Let's be honest: Even if you love the books, they aren't exactly literary masterpieces. Guilty pleasures, for darn sure, but heavy on the melodrama.

From what we've gleaned from this trailer, the movie looks like it will be no different when it hits theaters in February. Here's a scene-by-scene breakdown:

0:00: We first meet Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, an impressionable, innocent college graduate who interviews Christian for a newspaper and may or may not know what Google is.

0:12: "Mr. Grey will see you now," Christian's possible cyborg secretary tells Ana. Mr. Grey, meanwhile, stares out his window, brooding in contemplative silence.

0:25: Watching Christian pace around his office, Ana is clearly taken with this mysterious, powerful figure, commenting on how polite and intimidating he is.

0:40: Explaining that she's, like, so simple, Ana says, "Look at me." Christian replies, "I am." You have NO IDEA what he's thinking about doing to her, too.

0:52: The elevator doors close. Slowly, for added suspense.

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Thanks to Comic-Con in San Diego this weekend, it's a very exciting time to be a movie fan.

First, the Mad Max Fury Road trailer hit the Internet. Then, it was time for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay trailer.

Now, fans can feast their eyes on the first preview for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, the final installment of Peter Jackson's beloved trilogy that will hit theaters on December 17.

What will be the aftermath of Smaug’s Laketown attack? And of the Battle of the Five Armies, which refers to the fight between the Goblins and the Wargs against the Men of Dale, the Elves, the Dwarves, the Eagles and a Shape-shifter?

Check out this extended trailer now:

Ready, film fans? Set? REACT!

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Hours after the release of the first Mad Max: Fury Road trailer, movie fans were treated with an even more exciting sneak peek at an upcoming blockbuster.

Oh, yes, THGers: the first Hunger Games: Mockingjay trailer is here!

A little over a minute in length, it features Julianne Moore making her franchise debut as President Coin and discussing the impending revolution with Philip Seymour Hoffman's Plutarch.

Will Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) be a part of it? Can she handle such a responsibility after her experience in The Hunger Games? Those questions are answered before the preview concludes.

See what she has to say about get ridiculously excited for this November 21 release now:

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay will air in two parts, with the final movie in this franchise hitting theaters in November 2015.

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Following the reveal of Gal Gadot as Wonderwoman, San Diego Comic-Con treated movie fans to another major reveal today:

The very first trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road!

The blockbuster, which reboots the franchise started years ago by Mel Gibson, will be released on May 15, 2015.

It will feature Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron in lead roles and be directed by George Miller, who teased during today’s panel discussion that this Mad Max movie will take place 30 years after events on the previous one.

"A lot of time has passed," Miller says. "Technology has changed. It was an interesting thing to do. Crazy, but interesting."

The movie also stars Nicholas Hoult, Zoe Kravitz, Riley Keough, Hugh Keays-Byrne and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - and you should stop whatever you are doing to watch the trailer now:

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The Parents Television Council and Morality in Media are putting the first Fifty Shades of Grey trailer on blast, deeming it highly inappropriate on a number of levels.

Perhaps most jarringly for the two groups, it debuted on NBC's Today show.

PTC director of grassroots education and advocacy Melissa Henson said:

“We’re talking about basically the equivalent of a dime-store trashy romance novel. Essentially, [Today] is promoting what people refer to as ‘mommy porn.’"

Yes, she referred to it as "mommy porn." And called it "poor judgment."

Because parents often have morning news shows on with their children in the room, Henson suggests NBC should have “couched it" with a very strong disclaimer.

This, she believes, is critical given the film's strong messages.

The Fifty Shades of Grey movie is one "that’s romanticizing violence in relationships ... sexual violence is basically what this movie is promoting.”

Morality in Media, a group which advocates for education against pornography, was also none too thrilled with the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer's debut.

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The Fifty Shades of Grey trailer finally arrived on Thursday morning, and its uber-sexy debut will no doubt leave you aching for more Christian Grey.

Or if you're Anastasia Steele, aching literally because of him.

E.L. James' story of the virginal Anastasia, who meets the not-so-innocent businessman Christian, became one of the biggest novels of this decade.

Now, for the first time, it's come to life in visual form.

The two-and-a-half-minute trailer gives us glimpses of the two meeting and falling in love ... and Christian going to WORK on his love interest:

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Christian prepares to WORK Ana like you'd expect in a marvelous GIF from the Fifty Shares of Grey trailer.

The film stars as Jamie Dornan as the tortured billionaire who loves to torture his muse, and Dakota Johnson as his younger, all-too-willing companion.

While it may not be as NC-17 as fans of the book trilogy might expect, this domineering and submissive love story certainly looks steamy on screen.

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